Meet the Staff
Carol Day, RN, MSN, CNS
Director, Health Education Services
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As the Director of Health Education Services, Carol oversees general operations, planning and supervision of professional staff. She also provides individual consultations directly to students in the areas of general nutrition, sports nutrition, eating disturbances and disorders, weight management, sexual health, pregnancy and parenting. She is also the Faculty Advisor to GERMS.
Jen Luettel Schweer, MA, LPC
Associate Director, Health Education Services
Director, Sexual Assault Response and Prevention Services
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Jen coordinates sexual assault and relationship violence services for students. In this capacity, she is available to provide crisis intervention and options counseling to students struggling with issues related to interpersonal violence, stalking or cyberstalking. Jen is available during regular business hours to provide confidential services, discuss law enforcement and judicial options, assist with safety arrangements, discuss medical and counseling options, academic assistance, and/or put you in touch with resources on or off-campus. She is available to provide confidential consultations with survivors and friends of survivors, as well as training and educational programs in these areas.
Patrick Kilcarr, Ph.D
Director, Center for Personal Development
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Patrick’s role as Director for the Center for Personal Development is to educate and inform students about the choices surrounding alcohol and drug use and abuse. He provides confidential individual, family, and group counseling sessions for students struggling with substance abuse and family members of alcoholics. Patrick also coordinates Georgetown University’s alcohol and drug education programs.
Jennifer Wiggins, MA
Assistant Director for Sexual Assault Response and Prevention Services
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Jennifer Wiggins is a licensed professional counselor who sees students confidentially around the areas of sexual assault, relationship violence, and stalking. She is available to offer students clinical services, as well as consultation, advocacy, and support regarding accommodations, academics, medical and judicial options, and navigating on and off-campus resources. She is the staff advisor to the Sexual Assault Peer Educators (SAPE) and helps to coordinate wellness programming such as BLAST and GLOW.
Laura Marcucci, MPH, CHES
Assistant Director for Health Promotion
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Laura M. oversees health promotion programming and health communications for HES, including the Hoya RealTalk play, Social Norms campaign, and Stall Seat Journal. She coordinates health communication materials, including those on alcohol use, flu prevention, stress reduction, self-care, and mental health. She advises on HES Health Hut programming, as well as Active Minds at Georgetown University, a student group who works to increase dialogue about mental health on college campuses.
Erin Hill, MA
Interpersonal Violence Training and Education Specialist
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Erin develops and delivers campus educational programs that engage students in education around issues of sexual assault, relationship violence, stalking, consent, personal responsibility, and bystander intervention, specifically HoyUs campus programming. She helps to manage and coordinate existing programs around these issues and assists with the development, production and marketing of relevant department promotional materials.
Zareena Khan, CHES
Graduate Assistant and Health Educator
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Zareena is a part-time Health Educator who works closely with professionals in HES and with other on-campus offices to create wellness programs and health promotion campaigns for the students. She manages the Health Hut team, co-manages HES social media, and provides extensive program support and office management.
Gender Violence Program Coordinator and Graduate Assistant
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Megan is a part-time Graduate Assistant who works both in Health Education Services and the Women’s Center to create gender violence programming and prevention efforts for students. She supports programming such as HoyUs, Sexual Assault Awareness Month, and initiatives run by the Sexual Assault Peer Educators.