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Iris Escarraman ’10, ’16
Executive Director for Enrollment Development
Iris serves as the Executive Director for Enrollment Development for the College of Arts and Sciences. In her role, she focuses on community partnerships, transfer students and the Dreamer Scholarship and Conway Nursing cohorts. She holds a Bachelor of Science degree and a master’s degree from Trinity Washington University and is currently pursuing her master’s degree in counseling from Trinity. She enjoys encouraging young women to achieve their goals through higher education and seeks to empower and advocate for those in her community. She enjoys traveling and spending time with her dog Panda. She describes her strength as an unwavering commitment to encouraging young women to achieve their goals through higher education.
College of Arts and Sciences
Jessica Stamp ’14
Jessica serves as the Enrollment Recruiter for the College of Arts and Sciences. She holds a bachelor’s in Business Administration and a bachelor’s in Communications from Trinity Washington University. As an alumna, her experience in the College of Arts and Sciences prompted her to become staff at the institution. She enjoys the opportunity to interact with prospective students and serving as an instrumental asset to their exploration of Trinity.
She believes in the power of higher education and sees it as integral to a future student’s success. She asserts that the overall goal of a liberal arts women’s institution of higher learning is to foster the foundations of leadership to mold young women into inspirational leaders of society.
She is the first person in her family to attend college. Therefore, as a first-generation student, she discovered her strength at Trinity through a wide variety of activities including playing on the Trinity tennis team where she won MVP for the 2012 playing session. She also served as the President of the Student Government Association, participated in the gospel choir and in a variety of other campus clubs. She describes her strengths as ambition, courage, and leadership.
Ashley Horton ’14
Ashley serves as a Enrollment Recruiter for the College of Arts and Sciences. She brings a wealth of experience including, media coordination, production assistance, event coordination, social media and web marketing. Recently, she served as the Media Coordinator for BET in its national headquarters in Washington, D. C. She has also served as a Production Assistant for Fox 45 in Baltimore, Maryland and as a Master Control Operator for WTVZ in Norfolk, Virginia. Her experience in commercial television media brings a consummate level of professionalism, creativity, and a world-class smile to the Admissions team. She holds a Master of Arts in Communications degree from Trinity Washington University.
Tiffany Carolina Solis ’16
Tiffany holds a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice with a minor in forensic psychology from Trinity Washington University, where her coursework helped her to appreciate the many different points of view in today’s society. While encouraging intelligent young women to prosper in their daily lives and to be successful, Tiffany particularly likes interacting with students from different regions of the country. Proud to be a first-generation college graduate, Tiffany enjoys coffee, pizza, and spending time with her family.
Enrollment Recruiter for Transfer Students
A devoted advocate of women’s empowerment, Giovanteey obtained her Bachelors of Science in Political Science with a concentration in Women and Gender Studies from Eastern Michigan University. As a first generation college student, she can attest to the transformative impact of education, and believes it is a fundamental tool for women unlocking their potential.
Graduate and Professional Studies
Graduate and Professional Schools
Cynthia seeks to empower others to accomplish their goals. Cynthia received her Master’s in Public Administration, Management, from the University of the District of Columbia, and her Bachelor of Science, Economics, from the University of Maryland College Park. She is also a trained life coach. In her spare time, Cynthia provides service to the elderly, and takes joy in reading, dancing, and laughing.
Dee is the primary point of contact for students seeking assistance with admission to Trinity’s professional programs and the new student enrollment process. She has received her master’s degree from Coppin State/University of Baltimore in Human Services Administration, and has more than 17 years of experience in higher education. Dee enjoys spending time with her daughter, parents, reading, and long walks with her schnauzer, Hero.
Data and Operations
Data and Operations Manager
Tyler serves as the manager of data operations for Enrollment Development in the Office of Admissions. In his role, Tyler manages all admissions data and the operational processes, procedures, and policies that govern the institutional admissions standards. In addition, he provides advanced analysis and reporting to support senior enrollment development leaders with strategic decision-making.
Tyler’s previous university work was as a project manager for a homelessness-awareness newspaper published by the Center for Community Action and Service-Learning at Gonzaga University, Tyler’s alma mater, where he double-majored in biology and political science. More recently, Tyler served as an analyst and advisor for an accounting and consulting firm in D.C. whose clientele is composed of nonprofit entities. Tyler also worked for nonprofits in Albania and Mexico.
Tyler joined Trinity Washington University because of the institution’s commitment to an accessible education that is rooted in equity and justice. He is continually inspired by his co-workers and Trinity’s students, who are loyal, mission-oriented, and confident leaders.
Tyler’s hobbies include reading long-form journalism and systems and statistical analysis in ice hockey.