Staff & Services

regina smith imageREgina smith, Executive Director for Mission Integration and Student Affairs 

Phone: 303-245-3503

  • Commencement
  • Conflict resolution
  • Orientation
  • Student conduct
  • Student health insurance
  • Student concerns
Tashi Browder

Tashi Browder,
Coordinator, international students
& scholar services (PDSO/ARO)

Phone: 303-546-3562

  • Primary Designated School Official (PDSO/ARO)
  • International student programming
  • Ongoing support for international students and scholars
  • Student & Scholar Visas
  • Immunization records
  • Lost and found
  • Student and staff ID cards/RTD bus passes
  • Student health insurance

Linda Faucheux, Coordinator of Career Services and Community EngagementLinda Faucheux, director of career development center

Phone: 303-546 3578

The office of Career Development provides the following:

  • Access to weekly job postings
  • Assessments for self-exploration such as the Human Design System, The Enneagram, VIA Strengths Inventory & StrengthsQuest
  • Assistance with obtaining an Internship or volunteer opportunity
  • Coaching for interview preparation
  • Contemplative Career Counseling for cultivating an authentic work life
  • Guidance for writing professional resumes and cover letters
  • Help with developing a personalized job search strategy
  • Support with graduate school application process
  • Workshops and events for the Naropa Community


Jo Lynn ParkJo Lynn Park,
Associate director of student Counseling Center

Phone: 303-245-4633

  • Management and day-to-day leadership of Student Counseling Center
  • Supervisor and trainer of intern therapists providing student counseling sessions
  • Consultant to faculty and staff regarding mental health concerns and emergencies
  • Outreach and support for Students of Concern with well-being needs
  • Clinical and administrative support for Community Counseling Center


Joy RedstoneJoy Redstone,
Director of Student
& Community Counseling Center

Phone: 303-546-3570

  • Administrative Direction of the counseling centers
  • Supervision of Counseling Center staff


Crisis and Alcohol
& other drugs counselor 
at Naropa's Student counseling center

Phone: 303-245-4761

  • Holds walk in hours
  • Support students who are referred through the student of concern portal
  • Offer alcohol and other drug outreach, education and groups


Ethan Jackson, Ethan Jackson, Student Life Coordinator
resident life 
& student housing coordinator

Phone: 303-546-3549

  • Community development
  • Management of Snow Lion residence hall
  • Resident Assistant training and supervision
  • Student Conduct


Giovannina JobsonGiovannina Jobson,
& Contemplative Practice Coordinator

Phone: 303-546-5298

  • Contemplative practice opportunities
  • Meditation Instruction for Students, Staff & Faculty
  • Practice Days


coordinator of accessibility Resources

Phone: 303-245-4749

  • Alternate format conversion
  • Disability accommodations
  • Disability awareness and advocacy
  • Faculty and staff consultations and training
  • Ongoing support


jenna jennings,Jenna Jennings headshot

veteran success coordinator

Phone: 303-245-4621

  • Advise Student Veterans Organization
  • Community Resources for Student Veterans
  • Informing Staff/Faculty on Resourceing Veterans
  • Database of information on/for Student veterans


Academic Coaching Program (ACP)

The Academic Coaching Program offers academic coaching sessions over Skype and via email to students who want extra support to successfully meet their academic goals. Staffed by trained and experienced graduate students, the Academic Coaching Program provides one-on-one study skills and time management tutoring to develop and enhance students' academic competencies. In this one-on-one setting, you and your Academic Coach will seek to understand your academic challenges and honor your strengths and goals. Through this partnership you will explore various proven strategies, techniques, and tools to support your academic success.

Phone: 303-546-3576

Naropa Writing Center (NWC)

The Naropa Writing Center offers 25 or 50 minute appointments to low-residency students through our online software, which allows students to utilize our writing consultation services via a user-friendly online consulting platform.

Types of writing assignments include: essays, thesis papers, personal narratives, résumés, cover letters, creative writing, grant proposals, scholarship essays, and more! Sessions usually begin with questions to understand your current assignment, past writing history, general composing habits, learning style, motivation, etc.

Phone: 303-245-4606