Madison

Hailey Miller

Hailey is pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Rehabilitation Psychology and Special Education from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Before working with Mansfield Hall, Hailey has worked one-on-one with students through service learning courses, volunteering, and internships. One of her most profound experiences was working at Children’s Therapy Network. Here, she was able to observe occupational… Read more »

Rachel Brightman

Rachel is currently a Third Year undergraduate student at UW Madison studying Art History and English Literature with a certificate in Educational Services and Policy Studies. She has several years of experience working as a Recreational Aid and tutor for children and young adults with developmental disabilities at the Charles River Center located in her… Read more »

Caitlin Kinnart, Ph.D.

Caitlin has an extensive background in counseling, research, and teaching at the college level. She has taught undergraduate and graduate students at the University of Vermont and served as a Visiting Professor at Middlebury College. In addition, Caitlin has worked as a clinical therapist with adolescents and young adults in a variety of settings, including… Read more »

Katelyn Matkin, M.S.

Katelyn received both her Master’s and Bachelor’s degrees in Rehabilitation Counseling from the University Wisconsin-Madison, where she developed a strong passion and appreciation for transition-age youth with disabilities. Her previous experience involves working with individuals on the autism spectrum working on social and communication goals. Katelyn’s further experience involved serving as a disability specialist and… Read more »

Megan McGlauchlen, B.A.

Megan grew up in a small city outside of St. Paul, Minnesota. There she developed a love of nature and a passion for dance. She graduated with a B.A. in Religious Studies from Northwestern University in 2018, where she had the opportunity to study abroad in India on a Buddhist Studies Program. She spent four… Read more »

Patricia Layde, B.A.

Patricia is a recent graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She earned a degree in History, and a certificate in Gender & Women’s Studies. She spent the first two years of college exploring the North-West while attending the University of Oregon before returning to her native state of Wisconsin. She spent several summers working as… Read more »

William Shanley, B.S.

William graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison with a B.S. in Mathematics, a Certificate in Education and Educational Services, and will earn his Masters Degree in Curriculum and Instruction at the end of Summer 2018. William has previous experience working as a math tutor for Local Middle School Students through the PEOPLE program. He spent several summers… Read more »

Elissa Raduazzo. B.A.

Elissa is a recent graduate of University of Wisconsin – Madison. She graduated May 2018 with a degree in Special Education, and a certificate in Educational Policy Studies.  During her time as a Madisonian, she has volunteered with Snacks with Scientists at the Discovery Building, and has been an avid member of Slow Food, an… Read more »

Erin Miller, M.S.

Erin recently graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison graduate program in Communication Sciences and Disorders. She works as a school-based speech-language pathologist. After leading a social communication group at Mansfield Hall during fall 2017, she is excited to be a Student Life Coach! In her free time, Erin likes reading, listening to music, and coffee.

Bridget Fowler, M.A.

Bridget earned a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and a Masters of Arts in Counseling from the University of Texas at San Antonio. Bridget has worked with students in Housing, Campus Recreation, and Counseling Services and during this time she found that she loved helping college students reach their goals.  Before working with Mansfield Hall… Read more »