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Undergraduate Recruiter for NHP, Communications (BA), Criminal Justice (BS), General Studies (AA), Health Sciences (BS), Human Relations (BA)
B.A. (Music), University of Maryland Baltimore County
Steven is a native of Cecil County, Maryland. In college, Steven actively participated in campus life as a member of the UMBC Mama’s Boys A Cappella Group, Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity and the Student Government Association. He found his passion for higher education through working within his university’s Office of Admissions as an Undergraduate Admissions Fellow and an Orientation Peer Advisor. Currently, Steven serves as a choir director for church in Maryland. He has also sung with the Baltimore Choral Arts Society and the UMBC Camerata. With these previous groups, Steven has performed at the Joseph Meyerhoff Symphony Hall, the Music Center at Strathmore and Carnegie Hall.
Undergraduate Recruiter, Accounting (BS), Business Administration (BA), Business Administration with Hospitality Management (BA), Business Administration with Human Resources Management (BA), Early Childhood Education (BA)
Charnita Mise is a Trinity Alum, earning her MBA in 2010. She also holds a Bachelors Degree from Bowie State University which she received in 1999. Prior to joining Trinity Washington University, she worked as a legal recruiting coordinator for Beveridge & Diamond PC, and as a summer program coordinator for Covington & Burling LLP. As the Assistant Director of Admissions, she assists potential students seeking admission into Trinity’s undergraduate program for the School of Professional Studies. Charnita enjoys spending time with family and friends, and reading classic novels and books on U.S. history.
Alisha was born and raised in Forestville, Maryland in Prince Georges County. She graduated from Largo Senior High school in 2007 and received her Bachelors of Arts in English at Trinity in 2011, graduating magna cum laude. In that same year, Alisha was awarded the Mary Boyle McCrory Award ’22 for Excellence in Writing. She is a member Phi Beta Kappa honor society. Currently, she is pursuing a Masters in Library and Information Science at Catholic University of America with a concentration in Cultural Heritage Information Management. Her passion lies in reading and writing, in both poetry and fictional works.