Start Date: 10/17/2023 2:00 PM EDT
End Date: 10/17/2023 3:00 PM EDT
Owning your authentic self in a world where you can't be categorized is a task that is equally challenging and liberating. But often we find ourselves in spaces where we are subconsciously told we don't belong. Join us as we embody our true selves and dismantle the struggles of imposter syndrome both within student development and in the workplace. In this session, we will provide the tools for you to confront your own relationship with imposter syndrome as well as empower you to support students as they navigate the most transformative years.
Presenters & Bios
Ms. Daniele 'Dani' Mascia (she/her/hers)
Residence Hall Director (RHD)
My name is Dani Mascia and I have been in Residential Life over the last 6 years. I am originally from Long Island, New York and in 2015 I moved to Fairfield, Connecticut where I received my Bachelors and Masters degree from Sacred Heart University. After Sacred Heart, I moved to South Portland, Maine as a New Higher Education Professional at Southern Maine Community College as a Student Activities Coordinator and Resident Director. After almost a year, I moved back to CT and have called QU home for the last year and a half as a Residence Hall Director. My passion areas within my role include student development, exploring and embracing your identity, programming, building meaningful connections, and professional development. In my free time I enjoy hiking, going to the gym, spending time with friends/family, trying new restaurants, and most recently I taught myself how to DJ and mix music.
Dorice 'Dori' Dorvilier
Residence Hall Director (RHD)
As a Bridgeport, CT native, Dorice Dorvilier, better known as Dori, has committed her journey to the accessibility and empowerment of underrepresented communities. In 2014, Dori obtained her bachelor’s degree in Liberal Studies from Southern CT State University and then began her higher education career at Westfield State University. During her time at Westfield, Dori completed her Master’s degree in Public Administration. It was at Westfield where Dori discovered her passion for authenticity and inclusion. Dori continued her career and training in 2018 at the University of Hartford where she navigated out of Residential Life and entered the realm of Academic Advising and Access Programs. During this time Dori developed a number of programs that focused on the development and the equality of resources for underrepresented students. Currently, Dori serves as a Residence Hall Director at Quinnipiac University where she remains committed to serving and empowering underrepresented populations.
Please note registration will close at 11:45 PM EST the day prior to the event.
A Zoom link will be provided the morning of the meeting. If you need accommodations for this event, please contact the ASCA Central Office at email@example.com or 979-589-4604 as soon as possible.