Michelle (she/her/hers) joined the Division of Student Affairs in 2008 as a Program Assistant for the Alcohol Drug Education Program, Disability Support Services and Anti-Violence Initiatives. Michelle now serves as the Assistant Director for Anti-Violence Initiatives. As a part of her role, Michelle works with students on a daily basis to provide appropriate support services for those impacted by power-based personal violence and opportunities for community involvement as it relates to prevention. Michelle supervises volunteers, interns, student workers, the SAVE (Student Anti-Violence Education) Peer Educators and Greeks for Change on campus. This supervisory role is a perfect blend for two of Michelle’s passions: prevention work and student engagement.
Michelle holds two degrees from The College of New Jersey, having earned her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology in 2008 and her Master’s of Arts degree in Counseling in 2013. Michelle is also recognized as a nationally certified counselor and a licensed professional counselor.
Michelle currently resides in Bucks County with her husband and daughter and enjoys filling her free time with family, friends, home improvement projects and baking.
Office of Violence Against Women Grant Project Director and Prevention Education Specialist: Zach Gall, MA, LAC, NCC
Zach (he/him/his) is the Office of Violence Against Women Grant Project Director and Prevention Education Specialist. In addition to managing the OVW grant that AVI received in 2016, Zach supports the Assistant Director in generating and sustaining prevention programs and in managing the Peer Educator team; Zach coordinates MILES: Men for Integrity, Leadership, and Ethics in Society, TCNJ’s group dedicated to en
gaging men in violence prevention and in promoting equity. Zach also serves as a volunteer clinician and provides counseling and advocacy to community members impacted by power-based personal violence.
Zach graduated from TCNJ in 2013 with a degree in English and Psychology and in 2017 with a Master of Arts degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. He lives in Robbinsville, NJ and is a self-described foodie, spending lots of his free time either making or trying new foods.
Christina (she/her/hers) joined the Division of Student Affairs in 2018 as the Program Assistant for Health and Wellness. As a part of her role Christina supports all of the initiatives of the Alcohol and Drug Education Program (ADEP), Anti-Violence Initiatives (AVI), and Religious and Spiritual Life (RSL). In 2018, Christina graduated from Monmouth University from the Student Affairs and College Counseling Program.
As an undergraduate student at Quinnipiac University Christina was extremely involved both on and off campus, which is where she gained a passion for Student Affairs. Christina currently lives in Monmouth County, New Jersey and enjoys spending time with friends and family!