Director of Residence Life
Noah Hurley, the College’s new director of residential life, brings a strong background in college administration and student services. Before arriving in Poultney he served as assistant director of residence life at Western Oregon University and as residence hall director at Post University. He holds a BS in English from Western Oregon University and a master’s degree in education in college student services administration from Oregon State University.
Barbara Almeida graduated from Post University with a BS in environmental science. While at Post she was president of the Residence Hall Association, a senior peer educator, captain of the cross-country team and a member of the sustainability committee.
Suzanne Doane earned her BS in business administration at Fitchburg State University where she served as a resident assistant for four years and was head student service desk supervisor at the Office of Housing and Residential Life.
Bethany Everett graduated with a BA in English from Post University and is working toward a master’s in human services (anticipated May 2013). She is a two-year veteran hall director at Post University where she started Post Pride, a gay-straight alliance to help better serve LGBT students, and worked as an admission counselor.