We would like to introduce the 2012-2013 McCarthy Hall Staff. This highly experience veteran team is excited to become a resource toward your success at St. Ambrose University. Don't hesitate to knock on their door and ask questions. McCarthy Hall Staff is here to provide a great community and environment where we strive to help in the development of the well-rounded Ambrosian.
First Floor, McCarthy Hall
Heather is embarking on her third year with Residence Life and is excited to be the Student Hall Manager of McCarthy Hall. She is originally from Muscatine, Iowa but loves her home at SAU where she is a senior pursuing a degree in nursing with a biology minor. When she has free time, Heather loves disc golfing, cooking, reading, and re-arranging furniture. Heather is excited to get to know her new residents and is also looking forward to having a great year.
Chelsee Lisk, International RA
McCarthy Hall 215
A senior/first year graduate student from Rushville, Illinois, Chelsee is pumped to start her second year in Residence Life! She is involved in the Occupational Therapy program and will be team captain of the cross-country team this year. She also runs track in the spring. Favorite pastimes include baking, reading, and being outside when the weather allows.
Kemper Rusteberg, International & Spiritual RA
McCarthy Hall 315
Kemper is an International Business major with a minor in Environmental Studies. He is the student body Vice President, President of GreenLife, and an active member of Campus Ministries. This is his second year as an RA, and he is very excited to work with the international/ spiritual community this year! Kemper traveled to Israel and Palestine this past January to study international business, through a short term school program. Currently a Junior, he has had a great experience at St. Ambrose and is looking forward to making yours a great experience, too.
Patrick Schmadeke, Spiritual RA
McCarthy Hall 415
Originally from Waterloo, Iowa, Pat Schmadeke is a Senior at St. Ambrose and is entering his fourth semester as member of Residence Life. As far as hobbies go, he likes hanging out with friends, any type of physical activity, reading, and trying new and exciting things whenever the opportunity presents itself. Pat is also involved in Campus Ministry and SGA, of which he is the president. He is very much looking forward to being the RA on the spiritual floor as he believes it will be a great community to be a part of and he anticipates having a lot of fun in the coming year.