Meet our Residence Life Staff
Student Life Coordinator
In July of 2013, Christina began her career at Sullivan University as the Student Life Coordinator. Prior to working with student services she has worked with the admissions department at her alma mater, Abilene Christian University. Here she got a taste of what student services is all about, and how important it is to find activities for students to get plugged into so they are able to have a well-rounded experience as students. Now at Sullivan she oversees residence life for the University, and coordinates the Student Life events for the campus including health fairs, charitable fundraisers to raise awareness, guest speakers, and more. Christina publishes the weekly student newsletter called the Chronicle. She also coordinates the campus clubs and organizations, and would love to tell you about the different opportunities you have to get involved here at Sullivan. Christina attended Abilene Christian University where she earned her Bachelor of Science in Psychology and her Masters of Science in Counseling Psychology. In her free time, she enjoys hanging out with her friends and family, traveling, and trying new craft ideas and recipes.
Sherri Kidd is a Mobile, Alabama native. She attended Mattie Thomas Blount High School and graduated from The University of South Alabama in 2009. She is not only a first generation college graduate, but also a Big Brothers Big Sisters mentor for five years. In December 2013, Sherri began her career at Sullivan University as The Residential Advisor for Student Housing. In the Fall, Sherri will be attending The University of Louisville pursuing a Master’s in Social Work. She is extremely committed to being resourceful and influential to Sullivan Housing Students. Her goal is to promote relationship building with all students while providing a safe and healthy environment conducive for learning. Also, Sherri makes a priority to always being available for all housing students. Sherri is excited to continue her journey as Residential Advisor and look forward to building healthy relationships with all Sullivan Housing Students.