Assistant Director, WCC
Part-Time Writing Consultants:
Paul is a writer living in Brooklyn. He received his MFA from Brooklyn College in Playwriting and his BA from the University of Denver in English and Theater. His plays have been seen onstage at Classic Stage Company, the Bushwick Starr, and Little Theater at Dixon Place. His essays, reviews, and fiction have been published by the Brooklyn Rail, Electric Literature, and Sock Monkey Press. He is on the committee for the Pataphysics Workshop at the Flea Theater and bakes handmade bread in his spare time. He loves helping students take ownership over their ideas through writing and is consistently surprised by what he learns from the students who come to the WCC.
Peter is a doctoral candidate in English literature studying twentieth century Anglophone literatures. His dissertation examines the political rhetoric surrounding children from a global perspective. In his free time, Peter enjoys catching up on films and visiting art museums in New York City.
Marina is a senior majoring in Chemical Biology with an expected Masters in Biomedical Engineering. She enjoys cultural diversity as well as the company of others. In her spare time, she dedicates much of her time to various church activities. Ultimately, she aspires to become a pediatrician who serves the underprivileged children of New Jersey. Marina enjoys creative writing, which she considers a personal freedom that allows her to escape any tribulation. She looks forward to working in the writing center this year.
Jacqueline – Jack – is a sophomore majoring in both computer science and visual art and technology. In her spare time, she enjoys painting, writing, and playing video games, in addition to playing oboe in the Stevens Orchestra. While some are dog or cat people, Jack is a bird person. She is also a talented writing consultant, and she’s excited to be working at the writing center this year.
Chris is a sophomore at Stevens Institute of Technology studying naval engineering. He enjoys music and has been featured in many honor bands both as a French horn player and as a percussionist. Chris also enjoys film studies and has taken courses in film analysis. While most anything that moves sparks his interest, Chris is particularly passionate about cars and boats. Chris is thrilled to be able to continue to learn and grow as a writer through tutoring and looks forward to helping students better articulate their ideas.
Sophomore Annemarie Thomas joins us from Durham, North Carolina. She is a Mechanical Engineering major looking to follow up her bachelor’s degree with a master’s in project management. Outside of academics, she enjoys staying involved through the Society of Women Engineers, Phi Sigma Sigma Sorority, and Stevens Athletics. As a member of the Varsity Volleyball team, she can often be found practicing in the gym or training in the weight room. In addition to volleyball, her hobbies include personal writing, sailing, cheering on the Pittsburgh Steelers or North Carolina Tar Heels, and spending time with friends and family.