Katherine (Kate) Cudé, Residence Director of South Hall, was born in Porland, Oregon, but has also lived in Washington state, Vermont and Virginia! She began her college career at Piedmont Virginia Community College, and then transferred to the University of Vermont (UVM) at Burlington for a B.A. in Political Science. She worked as a Resident Advisor and Lead Resident Advisor (similar to our RAs) while at UVM. Kate is a perennial political activist, having worked with the American Association of University Women's ElectHer Program (which supports women seeking public office), and on both the lieutenant governor's and governor's campaigns in Vermont. She is also keenly interested in conflict resolution and proactive conflict prevention within communities -- including college communities.
is the Head Resident Assistant of South Hall living in room 100. This is currently his 6th semester here at NHTI. He’s currently in the Health Science Major with a concentration in Nutrition and Wellness. He is also a NCSF personal trainer and love helping people. Kyle is from Milford, NH and loves fitness and nutrition, hanging out with friends, and playing Xbox. He’s always willing to help out whether it be talking, working out, or destressing with some video games. He looks forward to getting to know everyone in South and getting an opportunity to meet new people!
Olivia Oberlin is from Derry, NH where she graduated with Pinkerton Academy’s class of 2015. This is her third semester as an RA, but fourth semester living on campus. She’s currently majoring in addiction counseling, but is also enrolled in the addiction counseling/criminal justice certificate program. When she’s not in class or doing her schoolwork she’s usually hanging out around the hall, going on late night Dunkin’ Donuts runs, catching a quick nap, or watching her favorite shows on Netflix. Olivia lives in 216 so feel free to stop by and say Hi!
Hey! My name is Shane Chandler and I’m currently enrolled in the Human Services program here at NHTI! This is my second year here and my first semester as a Resident Assistant. I grew up in Saugus, Massachusetts where I graduated from Saugus High School in 2014. Three years ago I moved to the greatest city in the world, Boston, Massachusetts. My goal in life is to transfer to Boston College and become a social worker. I grew up playing a variety of sports, my favorite being lacrosse. To this day I still have a passion for sports, whether playing them or watching them. I like to be involved on campus and served as South Hall’s Hall Council President during my third semester. I’ve always been the friend that everyone comes to when they have a problem or need to talk, so don’t hesitate to stop by my room 207!