Who Should I Talk to About…
Are you wondering about that administrator you met on opening day? Trying to figure out who can help you with financial aid, housing, advising or a laptop purchase? This page will help you to find just the right person. Still not sure? Check out Trinity’s A-Z page!
President Patricia McGuire
President McGuire is responsible for the overall administration of Trinity, and is more than happy to help you with just about anything. However, she also will encourage you to try to work things out with the faculty and staff who really know what’s going on:
Dr. Carlota Ocampo, Provost
Dean Ramamurti oversees programs for the university’s historic women’s college. She also leads the team of advisors and educational specialists who support the first year experience.
Dr. Mary Romanello, Dean of the School of Nursing and Health Professions
Dean Romanello oversees all programs in nursing, occupational therapy and other health professions.
Dr. Peggy Lewis ’77, Executive Dean of the School of Business and Graduate Programs and the School of Professional Studies
Dr. Lewis oversees all undergraduate and graduate programs in these two schools, including strategic communications and journalism, MBA, master’s in administration, business, accounting and criminal justice.
Dr. Nicole Strange-Martin, Dean of the School of Education
Dr. Strange-Martin oversees all graduate programs in teacher preparation, school leadership, counseling, continuing education for teachers and principals and related programs.
Dr. Gerlach has oversight of a range of services and staff to support Trinity’s students, including Athletics, Campus Housing Office, Campus Ministry Office, Dean of Student Services / Student Activities and the Health and Wellness Center at Trinity.
Ms. Bowie oversees student government, student clubs and organizations and traditions.
Sr. Ann Howard leads the Campus Ministry program at Trinity, including mass and other prayer services, community service, Sower’s Seed lecture, Cunneen Summer Fellowships and Trinity’s Alternative Spring Break community service trip.
Iris Escarraman, Executive Director of Enrollment Development, Admissions Office
Ms. Escarraman is a graduate of Trinity and is responsible for leading the enrollment recruitment team for the College of Arts and Sciences, Trinity’s historic women’s college. This includes overseeing all undergraduate recruitment and admissions processes for our daytime traditional undergraduate degree programs.
Walter T. Brooks, Vice President for Financial Affairs, CFO
Mr. Brooks has oversight of the financial affairs of Trinity, including the Business Office operations, budget process, financial statements and investments. Trinity’s Business Office operations include accounts payable, accounts receivable, student accounts, purchase orders and departmental budgets. Students can go online via the Self Service portal to view their statements, pay their student accounts and sign up for direct deposit if they are eligible for a refund. Mr. Brooks also has oversight of Technology Services and Public Safety.
Ms. Geier oversees the registration, student records, billing and financial aid functions at Trinity.
Ms. Whitman manages Trinity’s one-stop Enrollment Services Center in Main 154, where students can come for assistance with any aspect of their enrollment, from registering for classes to applying for financial aid, or for employer invoicing. Students can go online via the Self Service Page to register for classes, view their accounts, review their financial aid packages, pay their student accounts and sign up for direct deposit if they are eligible for a refund.
Ms. Martha Molina, Director of Financial Aid
Ms. Molina processes federal, state and institutional financial aid programs. She provides counseling services to students and their families in all aspects of financial aid awarded at Trinity and is a student loan debt counselor. Students can go online via Self Service to view their accounts, review their financial aid packages, pay their student accounts and sign up for direct deposit if they are eligible for a refund.
Mr. Shaffer is responsible for the maintenance, repairs and improvements to the Trinity buildings and grounds, including housekeeping, room set-ups, painting, plumbing, heating and electricity.
Ms. Coram is responsible for identifying new business opportunities for the university including securing space rentals for business meetings, special events and conferences. Once identified, Ms. Coram will work with the client to develop, define, negotiate, and finalize the business relationship.
Ms. Salvador manages space rentals for conferences, special events and campus housing for visitors. She also handles room reservations for Trinity events and is the point of contact for Trinity staff and faculty and student clubs.
Mr. Alfonso White, General Manager, Metz Culinary Management and Trinity Dining Services
Trinity’s dining services include Alumnae Dining Hall, the Deli in Main Hall and catering.
Ms. Ross manages all of Trinity’s human resources, including hiring, orientation, training, performance assessments, payroll and benefits. She also oversees the Trinity Post Office/Mail Room.
Development and Alumnae/i Relations
Ms. Kristin Heller, Executive Director of Development and Alumnae/i Relations
Ms. Ann Pauley, Vice President for Institutional Advancement
Ms. Pauley is responsible for Trinity’s communications and handles all media relations; she oversees the Creative Services team that manages Trinity’s print publications (TRINITY magazine and other Trinity marketing materials) and Trinity’s website, social media and online communications.
For emergencies and for every-day public safety issues (lock-outs, campus safety escorts, the Trinity Metro Shuttle) contact Public Safety 24/7 at 202-884-9111. Public Safety Dispatch is located in the basement of Main Hall. Walter Brooks has oversight of Public Safety.
Mr. Burback is responsible for keeping all of Trinity’s technology running smoothly, including the technology hub and servers, email, classroom technology, Wi-Fi, computers for faculty and staff, computers in the Library for students, Internet TV, PowerCampus and Self Service and Trinity’s laptop and software purchase programs. Submit IT services requests through this form.