Leadership Team

Meeting Facilitator – Bobbie Lee

Role: Meeting Facilitator

Involvement: Social Media Director for UWW German Club, Meeting Facilitator for NRHH, an RA on campus, and the Community Engagement Coordinator for Jitters

Hi, I’m Bobbie. Something about me is that this is my third year here at Whitewater. I have gotten involved in different ways that helped make it feel like home. I am a double major and double minor in German Education and Elementary Education, with minors in Coaching and Special Education. I also have 4 pets; 2 dogs (Kate and Tank), and 2 cats (Diesel and Maggie). I am engaged to my middle school sweetheart. I am more of a morning person who enjoys cleaning and finding ways to stay organized.

NRHH-CC – Brenna Bongiorno

My name is Brenna Bongiorno. I am a junior majoring in psychology and minoring in special education. I am planning to become a school psychologist. I am a second-year resident assistant in Ma’iingan hall. I am an intern for Maria Glorioso, Assistant Director of Residence Life. I am also involved with the psychology club on campus. 

I currently serve as the National Communications Coordinator (NCC) for NRHH. In this role, I am the primary means of communication between our university and the National Association of College and University Residence Halls (NACURH). I maintain the school’s affiliation status, assist with choosing delegations that go to conferences, and serve as the University of Wisconsin – Whitewater’s vote in conferences. 

Service Coordinator – Hayley Pfaff

Hi there! My name is Hayley and I am one of two Service Chairs of NRHH, Linda Long Chapter. As a Service Chair, I work with my co, Katie, to create service opportunities for NRHH members and other folks in housing. These service opportunities could be located in the cities near Whitewater, just a few blocks off campus, or even in our very own residence halls. Our goal is to support folks who are in need of our time and energy in order to effectively give back to the community.

In terms of academics, my major is General Business and my minor is Spanish. I am tentatively planning to graduate this year, although I may stick around for one more to get a second degree. I haven’t figured it out just yet!

Outside of NRHH, I am involved on campus through work and other student organizations. I work as an RA in the Arey/Fricker complex, and it is my second year in the role. I am also a Residence Life Intern within University Housing and a Handshake & Career Event Assistant within UW-Whitewater’s Career Services department. Aside from my on-campus employment, I am the Vice President of Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) on campus, and I served as SHRM’s Director of Community Relations prior to transitioning into my role as VP. I am also a member of Sigma Delta Pi, which is our Spanish Honor Society on campus.

Some of my interests are reading self-help or psychology books, working out (when I feel like it!), and skincare. If you see me around, feel free to say hello. I would love to talk about NRHH or find out which facial cleanser you’ve been loving lately. You can also send me an email or connect with me on LinkedIn below. I look forward to chatting!

Service Coordinator – Katie Gruber

My name is Katie Gruber. I am a 10th year senior. I am a post bachelorette major of Early Childhood Education.  I graduated with an English -Professional Writing and Publishing Major and Spanish minor and three certificates of Diversity leadership, Women’s and Gender Studies, and LGBTQ Studies. I also have my Associates of Art degree. I am involved in:

  • Kappa Delta Pi
  • Aspiring Educators
  • Creative And Resourceful Educators
  • Students Helping in Education
  • Residence Hall Association
  • Active Minds
  • Leadership Involvement Team
  • National Society for Leadership and Success
  • The Society for Colligate Leadership and Achievement
  • National Society of Collegiate Scholars
  • Delta Alpha Pi
  • Welcome Team
  • Cheer & Stunt Team

Fun Fact: Went on a travel study trip to the 2016 Paralympics  in Brazil!

Favorite Quote: “Cerebral palsy slows me down, but it ain’t stoppin’ me!”💜

Recognition Coordinator – Kym Morgan

I am a senior here at UW-Whitewater. I am studying biology with a pre-biomedical emphasis. I am wanting to go to dental school after I’m done here in Whitewater. My role in NRHH is I’m recognition chair. Some things I’m involved with on campus are; I am a third year resident assistant in the Arey-Fricker complex. I am the treasurer in pre-dental club. I am also a clerical in the wells tower. 

Advisor – Maria Glorioso

I have been the NRHH advisor for the past five years and I am so excited to work with such amazing student leaders. I attended UW-Whitewater for undergrad as an English major and a Spanish Minor. I returned two years later to complete my Masters degree in Counseling K-12 and Counseling in Higher Education. While on campus, I served as an RA in Tutt/Fischer, a Desk Assistant, was on Homecoming Court, a member of Tri-Sigma, and an intern in the English Department. As a graduate student, I was the ACD for Arey/Benson and Tutt/Fischer, served as an advisor for two GLACURH delegations, and was the recipient of the Intentional Acts of Kindness Scholarship. Currently, I serve as an Assistant Director in Residence Life and work on RA selection and training. My son Teddy (pictured) serves as an unofficial NRHH advisor on Thursday evenings.  

Advisor – Jacob Nicolosi

Hi all! I am a Co-advisor to the NRHH board this 22-23 year. I am very excited to be part of NRHH this year. We have so many fantastic plans this year, just you wait!

I am on my second and final year of graduate school studying project management while in tandem of being an Assistant Complex Director for Wells West. With my position, I get the opportunity to advise Jitters, the Coffeehouse on campus located in Wells. My position offers many opportunities to connect with students and being a Co-Advisor to NRHH furthers that opportunity.

I was an RA in my undergrad in the Lee/Bigelow complex. The RA role was such a blast and that really pushed me to continue working for University Housing and to further my education into my master’s degree. I have really enjoyed my collegiate experience at UWW. There are so many opportunities to get involved on campus and meet so many great folks.

I enjoy spending my free time working on business ventures (currently a clothing company), playing videogames, recording for podcasts and watching YouTube videos.