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Meet Our ResNet Team

Our ResNet Team
Liz Collar:
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Major:           Mathematics and Secondary Education

Class:             Junior

Hometown:    Norton, MA

I joined ResNet my Freshmen year and never regretted it since. Although I am far from tech-savvy (though I'm learning) I joined IT in hopes to learn more about the world I grew up in. #GenerationZ.

 Nick Freberg:
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Major:          Computer Science

Class:            Senior

Hometown:    Abington, MA

I joined the ResNet team my Junior year in hopes of getting my feet wet in the IT field. All I can say is I wish I joined sooner because this team is the best! As my major suggests I'm very hands on when it comes to tech and I want to know just how it all works. I like to consider my self a professional nerd.

Spencer Geary:
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Major:           Communications studies: Film, Video and Media

Class:             Senior

Hometown:    Marlborough, MA

I joined the ResNet team this year because I love to help people. I would consider my self quite tech savvy and I love designing some of the fun flyers you will see around campus. (P.S. I did this Webpage)

Wendy Quintanilla-Iraheta:​
​​ResNet Support Representative
Major:           Sociology

Class:             Senior

Hometown:    Chelsea, MA

I joined ResNet my Sophomore year. I love working with the ResNet because I can interact with the student and give them the resources they need. I also love seeing student faces when I tell them the resources ResNet provides them.

Liam Nolan:
​ResNet Support Representative

Major:           Communications studies: Film, Video and Media​

Class:             Junior

Hometown:    Braintree, MA

I transferred to BSU my sophomore year and am entering my junior year here. I wanted to find a job on campus and I'm glad I found ResNet. Although I'm still learning the ins and outs of IT, I enjoy helping people and taking on new challenges out of my comfort zone.

Jaliene Escalera:
​ResNet Support Representative

Major:           Undecided

Class:             Freshman

Hometown:    Rockland, MA

This is my First Year at ResNet! Working as an RSR has helped me get to know my way around Bridgewater State University and its students. Although I do not know much about IT I am continuously learning each day from my colleagues who are very easy going.​

Malakai Souto:
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Major:            Computer Science

Class:             Junior

Hometown:    Berkley, MA

Last year I switched my major from Physics to Computer Science. Ever since then I've been looking for ways to explore the field and ResNet was the perfect opportunity. Now I'm working with a great team and I'm looking forward to learning more about my field with them!

ResNet Leaders

Tina Gill: 
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ResNet Support Specialist

​Bachelor Degree:  Bridgewater State University

Major:                    Mathematics

Class:                      Alumni

Hometown:            Walpole, MA

I joined ResNet in 2014 as a student employee. I began with administrative work, as I had very little technical experience. As time went on, I enjoyed learning more aspects of the department and developed technical skills along the way. It wasn't long before I realized that this is what I wanted to do as a career. When I graduated from BSU in 2016, I was able to work for ResNet     part-time. In 2018, I became a full-time staff member of the ResNet department performing both administrative and technical roles. 

What do I enjoy most about my job? Working with our student employees and helping our students with their technology needs!

Mary O'Neill:
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ResNet Assistant Director

Bachelor Degree:   Salem State College

Major:                     Business Education

Hometown:             Bridgewater, MA

All joking aside, I am very passionate about ResNet.
Over 15 years ago, I was hired at ten hours a week to create and grow the ResNet department. We have come a long way! Today ResNet is a committed team made up of of two full time staff members and 9 fabulous student workers. We are all here to contribute to the success of every BSU resident student.  What is the most important part of my position?  To make a difference in the BSU resident living experience and academic success one student at a time!