Meet Our Staff

  • Now: Thu Oct 08 12:08:57 EDT 2015
  • Today: $today
  • Oct 8, 2015 12:08:57 PM
  • 10-08-2015 12:08 PM
  • October 8, 2015 12:08:57 PM EDT
Enable: $enabledate, Expire: $expiredate


Daniel Bishop (Bio and picture are forthcoming)
Emily Considine

Emily Considine is an awkward turtle, a junior, and an English major, in that order. Emily’s pursuing a dream of becoming a novelist or an editor, whichever she can get into first. She also thought she had a crush on Paul Revere in the sixth grade. . . but that was before she really knew what he looked like. Her guilty pleasure is reading copious amounts of astrological horoscopes and she likes to collect stud earrings. She’s from the dirty Jerz’ too, but don’t be fooled by the Oompa Loompa pigment to her skin, writers – this tan is real.

Charlotte Covey

Charlotte Covey is double majoring in Psychology and English with a Concentration in Creative Writing. She is going to graduate a year early, but plans to attend grad school in order to avoid real life for a few more years. She is from St. Mary's County where nothing interesting ever happens. She's played Cinderella in two different plays and talks about boys to anyone who will listen. In her free time, she goes to concerts and writes poetry. She wants to be either an English professor or the next Paris Hilton.

Sam Cowie

Sam Cowie is currently a junior who is studying exercise science with a minor in psychology.  She plans to become an Occupational Therapist to work with veterans or people on the autism spectrum.  Her favorite TV shows include Grey’s Anatomy, New Girl, and The Office. Her love of the oceanic atmosphere of the beach causes her to sometimes wish she was actually a mermaid. She’s president of Best Buddies and a member of the exercise science club. During the winter months you can find her rooting for the New Jersey Devils or hitting the slopes.

Nicole Demme Nicole Demme is an English major with a concentration in laughing until she cries. She is a junior with minors in psychology, French, and Pinterest. She enjoys long walks on the beach and cats. She sometimes believes she has narcolepsy, but she is actually just a tired old grandma stuck in the body of a 20 year old. Her hobbies include listening to rap music, pretending she knows what she's doing at the gym, and crafting with her sorority sisters. 
Caitlin Lake (Bio and picture are forthcoming)
Grace McKinnon (Bio and picture are forthcoming)
Lindsay Montanye

Lindsay Montanye is a senior elementary education major with a minor in English. She is a member of two honor societies on campus: Phi Eta Sigma and Kappa Delta Pi. She also loves to volunteer at the local Humane Society. After graduation, Lindsay's goal is to become a second grade teacher. A quote that Lindsay lives her life by is: "Never regret something that once made you smile." - Amber Deckers

Kelsey Reichenberg

Kelsey Reichenberg is a first-semester senior at Salisbury University, majoring in English. She transferred from Radford University, where she was majoring in dance, her sophomore year. After a short year as a math major, she realized her true calling was writing at 3 AM. Kelsey finds it difficult making time for her friends, as she works five jobs and partakes in Greek life. She enjoys being too busy to function, but in her rare downtime she likes sipping Dunkin Donuts French vanilla iced coffee and watching The Bachelor. Kelsey plans to graduate in December 2015, and she will miss her Writing Center family very much. 

Joe Wenke, a master Pokèmon trainer, worked as a lifeguard in Ocean City over the summer. Joe’s favorite song is “That was a Crazy Game of Poker” by his favorite band, O.A.R; his favorite memory of the summer was seeing O.A.R. live. The Salisbury native LOVES cats, crab cakes, and Samuel L. Jackson. After graduating with degrees in English and secondary education, Joe plans to teach high school, then get his masters degree and become a college professor. The quote that Joe constantly lives his life by is: “What would James Bond do?”

Stephanie Wilson (Bio and picture are forthcoming)
Enable: $enabledate, Expire: $expiredate


Annabel Bonnett Annabel Bonnett is a sophomore from Montgomery County, Maryland. Her major is Communication Arts with a focus in journalism and public relations, and her minor is marketing management. Her favorite pastimes include watching Netflix, dancing with her roommates and eating. She is currently interning at the Salisbury Wicomico Arts Council as an event planner. 
Alaina Gostomski

Alaina Gostomski is a current sophomore majoring in Elementary Education and minoring in Philosophy. She has plans to one day be an influential voice in education policy on a federal—or close to federal—level. She enjoys reading, thinking, listening to hip-hop and R&B music, working with children, running (which resembles jogging more than actual running), and playing the violin.

Payam Shoureshi (Bio and picture are forthcoming)
Enable: $enabledate, Expire: $expiredate


Dr. Nicole Munday Dr. Nicole Munday is the Director of the Writing Center and an Associate Professor in the English Department. Prior to her career in teaching, she worked as a journalist, focusing primarily on political reporting and feature writing. Her interest in writing centers began when she worked as an undergraduate writing consultant at her alma mater, the College of William and Mary.
Stephanie Davis

Stephanie (Reed) Davis is the Administrative Assistant in the Writing Center. She has a Bachelor of Arts degree in English and a Master of Fine Arts degree in Dance, and she aspires to one day own her own dance studio. She has a slight obsession with Pinterest and HGTV, wishes she had as much culinary know-how as the Barefoot Contessa, is a firm believer in the Oxford comma, and could watch each I Love Lucy episode a million times and laugh every single time. She used to be more of a cat person until she and her husband Ryan adopted their first dog, a Corgi named Yinzer. And since puppies are obviously like potato chips (you can’t have just one), they also adopted Duke, a Corgi-Eskimo mix. They currently live in Salisbury, in a home filled with dog hair and Stephanie’s unfinished crochet projects.

Info for: Future StudentsCurrent StudentsParents & FriendsAlumniFaculty & StaffEmployers
About: SUAcademicsAdministrationAdmissionsAthleticsCommunityHuman ResourcesLibraryTechnology
Online Suggestion Box Web Site FeedbackTerms of UsePublic Information Act (PIA) Requests

Salisbury University 1101 Camden Avenue Salisbury, MD 21801 410-543-6000
Copyright © 2015