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Welcome from the 2011-2012 Residential Life Team!

Please click on your Resident Assistants name to read their welcome letter.


Cameron Elliott- St. Joe 2nd Floor Resident Assistant (pdf, 310.57KB)

Hello! My name is Cameron James Elliott, and I am the Resident Assistant for the men’s freshmen floor in St. Joseph Hall. I am a junior studying Business Administration, and I am heavily involved with both the Student Government Association and Alpha Lambda Delta, a freshmen honor society.

My hobbies include hiking and photography, and I come from a rural town in Arkansas, an area that makes up the Southern region of the Ozarks (which explains my interest in the outdoors).

I am excited to begin a new year, meeting new people. I hope you’ve enjoyed your summer, and I look forward to welcoming you!



Kim Carter- St. Joe 3rd Floor Resident Assistant (pdf, 125.65KB)

Hello and welcome! I’m Kim Carter and I am going to be the RA on the third floor of St. Joseph’s Hall.  I will be in my junior year and continue studying Speech Pathology. I play on the soccer team and I am also a part of student government, NSSHLA, and the student athletic association. I also enjoy running, music, and spending time with friends and family.  I am from Rolla, MO and I have loved living in St. Louis and meeting new people!



St. Joe 4th Floor Resident Assistant

Information coming soon!


Lauren O'Brien- Medaille Hall 2nd Floor Resident Assistant (pdf, 72.79KB)

Hi! I’m Lauren and I will be spending the 2011-2012 school year as a resident assistant for the 2nd floor of Medaille Hall. This upcoming fall I will begin my junior year at Fontbonne University, where I will continue to study special education as well as elementary education. In addition to my interest in teaching and getting to know other students through my job as an RA, I am a representative for education in the Student Government Association (SGA). I am also a huge fan of arts and crafts, being active through zumba and yoga, exploring new places, celebrating birthdays, boutique shopping, and eating delicious food!

I can’t wait to begin the upcoming school year in hopes of welcoming new students and developing new friendships! See you all soon.



Johanna Fleer- Medaille Hall 3rd Floor Resident Assistant (pdf, 225.8KB)

Whether it's your first time in Medaille Hall or you're coming back, welcome! I will be the RA in your building this semester and I wanted to introduce myself and say hi. My name is Johanna Fleer; I'm majoring in math and education here at Fontbonne University. I'm from Washington, Missouri, which is about 45 minutes west of here. Just a few fun facts about me: I play soccer, and I have been for quite some time, I play here at Fontbonne. I have also played piano since I was 8 years old. I have a little West Highland White Terrier, named Lily, and I absolutely love her. I hope you have a great summer and I look forward to meeting you this coming semester!




Angie Brasher- Cotta & Southwest Apartment Coordinator (pdf, 44.24KB)


Hey there! For those new to Fontbonne, welcome, and for those returning, welcome back. I’m Angie and I am the Apartment Coordinator for Southwest and Cotta Hall. To let you know a bit about myself, I was born in northern Missouri, but have lived in St Louis and the surrounding areas ever since and went to Francis Howell Central High School in St Charles. I am a junior majoring Fashion Merchandising, with a minor in Business Administration. I plan on using my degree to hopefully open my own store to sell my designs. This is my third year living on campus, but my first year working on the Residential Life Staff. I cannot wait to get to know all of you this next year and am excited to see what the year has in store.




Allie Coleman- Senior Resident Assistant

Welcome! My name is Allie Coleman and I am a junior Fontbonne and I am the Senior Resident Assistant. I am originally front Indianapolis, IN and I love being here in St. Louis! I am a Speech-Language Pathology major and I am also the president of the National Student Speech Language Hearing Association (NSSLHA). We do a lot of fun activities on and off campus, including community service. I also run cross country and track for Fontbonne. I am really excited for the 2011-2012 year and I am sure we will have a lot of fun!




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