Meet the Staff

To make an appointment, please contact the individual clinician with whom you’d like to meet.

Carol Day, RN, MSN, CNS

Director, Health Education Services
202.687.8942
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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 the Faculty Advisor to GERMS. Carol co-teaches a 3-credit course on Flourishing, Soc111: Flourishing in College and Community with Sociology faculty member, Sarah Stiles. Carol is also an adjunct Assistant Professor in NHS/Human Science, teaching HSCI 222: Crisis Management in College Health course in the fall semester. Carol is passionate about student health and well-being. She believes that college is an important time to focus on health promotion and resiliency building. Her expertise includes research and assessment. For more information about her classes, visit her faculty profile on GU360.
Pronouns: she/her/hers

Jen Luettel Schweer, MA, LPC

Associate Director, Health Education Services
Director, Sexual Assault Response and Prevention (SARP) Services

202.687.0323
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Jen is a licensed professional counselor in the District of Columbia. In her role as the Director of Sexual Assault Response and Prevention Services and Associate Director of Health Education Services, she  provides support to the work of the SARP team and assists the Director of Health Education Services in carrying out the mission of HES. As a clinical member of  the SARP team, Jen  provides confidential crisis intervention services to survivors of interpersonal violence (sexual assault, relationship violence, stalking and/or harassment) and those who are supporting survivors. This includes advocacy around legal and Title IX options, safety planning, medical and counseling options, assistance navigating academic needs, referrals to on and off campus resources and consultations. Jen also does outreach, education, training and programming around issues of interpersonal violence and is an adjunct faculty member in Women’s and Gender Studies where she teaches a course on interpersonal violence.
Pronouns: she/her/hers

Patrick Kilcarr, PhD

Director, Center for Personal Development
202.687.8944
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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.
Pronouns: he/him/his

Jennifer Wiggins, MA

Associate Director for Sexual Assault Response and Prevention (SARP) Services
202.687.8932
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Jennifer Wiggins is a counselor who sees students confidentially around the areas of sexual assault, relationship violence, and stalking.  Additionally, she specializes in serving historically marginalized  communities. Jennifer  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), leads wellness programming such as BLAST and GLOW, and is the co-founder of the Shades of Saxa retreat.
Pronouns: she/her/hers

Brit Egan, MSW, LICSW, CCTP

Staff Clinician and Sexual Assault Specialist
202.687.0350
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Brit is a licensed social worker who provides free and confidential services to those who have experienced a traumatic event. She can offer survivors of sexual assault, relationship violence, and stalking support as they make the decisions that work best for them. Some services include: information on rights/options, crisis intervention, trauma-informed therapy, non-judgmental support, safety planning, and referrals to resources. Brit enjoys working through a lens of self-compassion and using interactive modalities like art and yoga to connect to students. Additionally, Brit is available for educational programs around these areas.
Pronouns: she/her/hers

Erin Hill, MA

Interpersonal Violence Training and Education Specialist
202.687.0902
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Erin develops and delivers campus educational prevention programs that engage students in education around issues of sexual assault, relationship violence, stalking, consent, personal responsibility, power and privilege, and bystander intervention. Specifically, Erin coordinates the HoyUs programming module, which includes mandatory first year programming, student leader specific programming, and programs for graduate students, faculty and staff.  She also works on a variety of wellness initiatives and creates personalized programs for student groups and individuals. To request a program, fill out our online program/training request form!
Pronouns: she/her/hers


Nicole Sandoz

Director of Student Life, Sexual Assault and Relationship Violence Liaison
Georgetown University Law Center
202.662.9293
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Nicole joined Georgetown Law in February 2016 as the Director of Student Life and Sexual Assault and Relationship Violence Liaison (SARVL). As Director, Nicole oversees the Office of Student Life and its many co-curricular programs, including Orientation, our 120+ student organizations, and the Peer Advisor program. Nicole also serves as the SARVL for the Law Center. Nicole provides support and confidential options counseling to student survivors of sexual assault and other forms of relationship violence. To learn more, visit the Law Center’s Sexual Assault Services page.
Pronouns: she/her/hers