Residence Life & Housing New Staff

Lisa Eizenga is joining Wright State as a new Community Director for Residence Life and Housing. Lisa is from Dyer, Indiana and just completed her master's degree in Educational Leadership at the University of Wisconsin, Oshkosh, and her work there as an Assistant Residence Hall Director. Lisa is looking forward to working at Wright State and meeting the students and other professionals in Student Affairs!

Dave Mooring is a native of Millville, New Jersey. He attended Stockton University and received his B.A. in Psychology. He recently graduated from Miami University (OH) with his M.S. in Student Affairs in Higher Education. Dave currently works as the Community Director in the Woods community and is excited to intersect his passion for student development and mentorship in his work. Dave is a proud member of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Incorporated and believes in the quote, "He who opens a school door closes a prison".

Mark Queen has joined Residence Life & Housing as of July 1, 2015 as a Community Director for the Woods Community. Mark earned his B.A and M.A. in Sociology from North Carolina Central University. Previously Mark worked as a Community Director for Louisburg College. Mark is originally from Maryland.

Matt Crawford is a former student worker that began working for AM Management in our maintenance department beginning the summer of 2012. Matt remained a part-time student worker for AMM for three years through May of 2015 when he became a full time worker for AMM after graduating from WSU. Matt works in our maintenance department and continues to attend WSU on a part time basis, while he works on his Masters degree in accounting.

James Riddle came to AM Management in December of 2014 as a newly hired maintenance technician and brings with him a positive mental attitude and the skill sets to do what it takes to get the job done. He likes to give back to his community by having a passion to coach Wee Hawks youth football in Fairborn every fall. James is a great addition to our facilities maintenance team as he fits in well with our company's philosophy on customer service, staff and the residents that we serve.

Larry Riddle (no relation to James) joined AM Management in late August of 2014, in fact he started the day after "move in" day last year, so this is his first student affairs kick off breakfast since being hired. Larry brings multiple skill sets to AM Management's facilities team, primarily in our grounds department with his lawn care experience to help maintain 36 acres of AMM property. Larry also is a talented mechanic that oversees and maintains our fleet of company vehicles in house. Outside of his full time position with AM Management, he owns his own landscaping business as well.

Regina Fulmer is the new Facilities Office Assistant in the Residence Life & Housing office. She comes to campus after previous experience with Prebble County Developmental Disabilities Center and the New Lebanon School District.