The WRC Staff
Katie Dalton is the Director of the Women's Resource Center. Katie received both her undergraduate degree in Psychology and her master's degree in Higher Education Administration from Boston College. Katie enjoys being active and indulges her competitive side whenever possible. She and her husband, also a Boston College graduate, can often be found skiing, training for triathlons, or in the kitchen of their Milton home testing out Barefoot Contessa recipes.
Graduate Student Staff
- Erin Ramsey, Women's Resource Center GA
- Molly Kocher, Bystander Intervention GA
- Rachel DiBella, Sexual Assault Network (SANet) GA
Undergraduate Student Staff
- Keun Young Bae, A&S'13
- Colby Campbell, A&S'14
- Laura DelloStritto, A&S'13
- Franca Godenzi, A&S'13
- Gillian McGann, A&S'15
- Emma Moriarty, A&S'14
- Nicole Laniado, CSOM'13
- Jenny Phan, LSOE'14
Erin Ramsey is the Graduate Assistant for the Women's Resource Center and is a first-year student in the Social Work and Pastoral Ministry program at BC. She graduated from the University of Notre Dame in 2009, where she developed a love for social justice, Spanglish, eclectic communities, and strongly brewed coffee. Her experience serving for two years in Honduras affirmed her belief in women's power to enact change in society, and she is excited to integrate her experiences with her work at the WRC. Erin enjoys perusing food blogs, running, singing, theology, the written word, and learning from others' life experiences, and she looks forward to getting to know all those involved with the WRC community.
Molly Kocher is the Graduate Assistant for the Bystander Intervention Education program. She is also a second year student in the Mental Health Counseling program. Molly graduated from SUNY Geneseo with a BA in English, and previously worked as a high school English teacher outside of Rochester, New York. While her interests are varied, she is passionate about social justice issues, the promotion of mental health, and the classic television show The Golden Girls. In addition to working at the WRC, Molly enjoys hitting the snooze button for excessive amounts of time prior to waking up, meeting animals that have people names, and meeting people that have animal names.
Rachel DiBella is the Graduate Assistant for the Sexual Assault Network (SANet). Rachel is a clinical Master of Social Work student, seeking to specialize in working with LBG/TQ survivors of sexual assault trauma. Her background with issues surrounding gender-based violence and sexual health spans the civil legal arena, clinical health settings, and training & education. Rachel graduated from Framingham State University in 2008 with a BA in English and a strong focus in gender studies. She looks forward to continuing her dedication to the anti-violence and LBG/TQ movements with SANet, the WRC and the BC community.
Keun Young (KY) Bae, A&S’13, has worked at the WRC for four semesters. Born in Seoul, South Korea and raised in Indonesia, KY is currently majoring in English and Psychology with a concentration in creative writing. She is interested in exploring the intersection of race, culture, and gender issues in society and is passionate about promoting positive female role models in the media. After graduation, KY plans to head to law school where she hopes to influence the legal and political decisions that impact women's lives. In her spare time, KY loves to read detective novels, especially by her favorite authors, Arthur Conan Doyle and Agatha Christie.
Colby Campbell, A&S'14, is a junior at Boston College. He is from Miramar, Florida and am currently a Sociology Major with a minor in Women's and Gender Studies. His studies in Sociology mainly focus on racial and gendered inequities, which led him to become a part of the WRC staff. actively pursuing something that he is deeply passionate about. In addition to the WRC, Colby is involved on campus as part of the breakdance group Conspiracy Theory.
Laura DelloStritto, A&S'13, is from the beautiful, exotic city of Worcester, Massachusetts. She is majoring in Biology, minoring in Philosophy, and this is her first semester working at the WRC. Laura is passionate about women's rights, gay rights, and free t-shirts. She aims to help empower women on campus, promote positive images of masculinity and femininity, and she aspires to one day do something half as groundbreaking as the person who combined chocolate with milk.
Franca Godenzi, A&S '13, was born in Switzerland but has lived in nearby Newton, Massachusetts for the past ten years. She is getting her undergraduate A&S degree in Sociology from Boston College whilst beginning her fifth year Master's degree in Applied Developmental and Educational Psychology in the Lynch School of Education. Franca loves rooting for her favorite Boston sports teams and visiting family in Switzerland. After graduation, she hopes to pursue a career in teaching.
Gillian McGann, A&S'15, hails from Syracuse, NY and is ecstatic to start her first semester working at the WRC. At Boston College she is majoring in International Studies and minoring in Spanish with hopes of pursuing a career in public health in Latin America. Gillian is passionate about understanding the structural and social causes of inequality and believes that women hold the power to eliminate it. She also dreams of seeing Boston College as a campus that cultivates positive body images regardless of the world's standards. In her free time she enjoys leading Young Life, running and frequenting concerts in this wonderful city!
Emma Moriarty, A&S’14, has worked at the WRC for the past two semesters and is from the sleepy town of Marblehead, MA. She is pursuing a History major with double minors in Women and Gender Studies and Faith, Peace, and Justice with a concentration on urbanhealth and poverty. She is active on campus as a Coordinator of Health and Safety for the Undergraduate Government of Boston College where she acts as an advocate for mental health issues. Emma is passionate about issues concerning race, class, and gender and promoting positive female empowerment. She also loves going to concerts and discovering new music for her radio show, Nothing Rhymes with Orange on 90.3 WZBC (tune in!).
Nicole Laniado, CSOM'13, was born in Miami, Florida, but was raised and lived her entire life in Guayaquil, Ecuador. Nikki has been working at the WRC for four semesters and is pursuing a concentration in Leadership and a minor in Faith, Peace, and Justice. She is passionate on finding measures to end poverty and is convinced that women are the key to foster growth and change. Nicole loves to sing in the shower, ride her bicycle at night, cook, and do many other things that if you get to know her, she will definitely share with you. Nicole hopes to start her own poverty relief business one day and succeed in persuading the business world to take a look at society and start doing something about it.
Jenny Phan, LSOE’14, is from Everett, Massachusetts and has worked at the WRC for two semesters. At Boston College, she is double majoring in Psychology and Human Development and Applied Psychology, with hopes of pursuing higher education in counseling psychology post graduation. Jenny is passionate about finding measures to support and empower survivors of sexual assault in their road to recovery and believes that women have the potential to foster change in the community. In her spare time, Jenny loves to experiment with new baking recipes, to tackle arts and crafts projects, and to volunteer for community service opportunities.