Danielle Hoefeld is the Hall Director for Colby Hall. Danielle earned her B.A. in Organizational Communication with a Minor in Leadership Studies from the University of Louisiana at Lafayette (Go Cajuns!) and her M.Ed in Higher Education Administration from Florida International University. During her time in graduate school she served as a Graduate Assistant for Campus Life directly working with Student Activities. She also completed a NODA Internship with Texas Tech University Office of Transition and Engagement. She has a passion for student leadership and helping incoming students develop their leadership skills. Danielle is looking forward to using these passion areas as a way to help students build relationships and establish their own legacy here at TCU.
Danielle is originally from New Orleans, Louisiana and is excited to join the Horned Frog Family at TCU. She enjoys traveling, live music, lounging outside in her hammock, and spending time with family and friends. Danielle is looking forward to helping incoming first-year students create a fun, engaging and transformative community within Colby Hall. She almost always has M&Ms in her office so feel free to stop by!
Kelcia Righton is the Graduate Hall Director for Hays Hall.
Tyra Young is the Hall Director for Sherley Hall. Tyra earned a B.A. in History with a double minor in American Studies and Political Science from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte (Go 49ers) and her M.Ed. from the University of South Carolina (Go Gamecocks). During her time in graduate school she served as a Graduate Assistant for Gamecock Gateway (residential bridge program) and Residential Leadership initiatives for University Housing. She completed a NODA Internship with Johnson and Wales University-Charlotte Office of Student involvement and Leadership Programs.
Tyra is a part of a military family who has lived a little bit of everywhere, but she claims Northern Virginia area as home. She enjoys thrift store shopping, food festivals, traveling, and spending time with family and friends. She likes to collect post cards from places she visits and hangs them up in her office to connect with students who may have traveled, lived or are from that state or country.
She has a passion for first generation college students, access and equity programs, and leadership development. Tyra is looking forward to empowering students to take responsibility and ownership of their educational endeavors while providing them with ongoing support and key resources throughout their journey here at TCU! She is very happy to be working in Student Affairs and to be part of the Horned Frog Family!
Maurice Mull is the Hall Director for King and Wright Halls. Maurice earned his B.B.A. in Professional Management with a concentration in Human Resources from the University of North Alabama (Roar Lions). He also earned his M.A. in Higher Education/Student Personnel from the University of Mississippi, where he served as the graduate assistant for the department of Student Housing. Maurice is passionate about leadership development and community engagement. He is excited about helping students tap into their potential, and discover their passion(s).
Maurice is from Tanner, Alabama and is a brother of the Alpha Tau Omega Fraternity. He enjoys hanging out in his hammock, listening to music, photography, and outdoor activities. He is also a fan of Sonic, and enjoys conversing over one of their famous slushes. Maurice is excited about building relationships with the members of the King/Wright communities and other TCU students. Go Frogs!
Chelsea Jordan is the Hall Director for Milton Daniel Hall. Chelsea earned her B.A. in Print Journalism and Creative Writing from Hofstra University. She earned her M.Ed. in Counselor Education and Student Affairs from Clemson University, where she served as the Graduate Assistant for Student Leadership and Community Engagement. She has also completed internship experiences with Sam Houston State University and Georgetown University. She is incredibly passionate about Women’s Leadership and Empowerment and hopes to integrate that energy into the work she will do with Housing and Residence Life.
Chelsea is an avid bruncher, a pasta queen, a love lover, a quote fiend, and a loyal friend & sister. Catch her going for a quick jog, checking Pinterest for inspiration, or traveling to visit her favorite places and people. Oh, and if you have a to-die-for pasta recipe, email her! She’ll cook it up and (maybe) share.
Madison (Maddie) Reid is the Hall Director for the Campus Apartments. Maddie earned both her B.S. in Interdisciplinary Studies with an emphasis in Math/Science Mid-Level Education and her M.Ed. in Educational Leadership and Policy Studies with an emphasis in Higher Education Administration from the University of Texas at Arlington (Mav up!). After graduating with her bachelor’s degree, Maddie pursued her love for education and became a 7th and 8th grade Math Teacher in Hurst-Euless-Bedford ISD. After one year of teaching, Maddie found her way back to UT Arlington to explore other realms of education and decided to commit herself to Higher Education and Student Affairs. While completing her Master’s, Maddie served as an Assistant Residence Director and then a full-time Residence Director for Apartment and Residence Life. She is passionate about leadership development, first generation college students, inclusiveness efforts, and campus & community engagement. She is excited about fostering a safe and collaborative space that will aid in providing and exceptional living and learning experience for her students and staff.
Maddie enjoys any and all activities outdoors including yard games, sports, water activities, festivals, concerts, and spending time with others! She is also an advocate and supporter of the FSL community. She is an alumna of Alpha Chi Omega, and served as Chapter President and then Panhellenic Council President at UT Arlington. Maddie is looking forward building relationships with and supporting the upperclassmen among the Tom Brown/Pete Wright and Sandage/McCart communities!
Meg Mosiniak is the Hall Director for Moncrief Hall. She earned her B.A. in Social Work with a Minor in Business Administration and Marketing from the Lourdes University. At LU, she was a two sport student-athlete where she played softball and ran cross country and was involved in a multitude of organizations across the institution. Meg completed her M.A. in Higher Education with a concentration in Diversity and Higher Learning from the University of Denver, where she served as the Graduate Assistant for the Office of Cultural & Spiritual Life. Meg also interned for the Office of Student Outreach and Support at the University of Denver.. Meg is passionate about assisting first year students in transitioning to college life, getting to holistically support students across campus to help them thrive, and creating equitable experiences at TCU. She is excited to be working within Housing and Residence Life to make Moncrief Hall feel like home.
Meg grew up just outside of Toledo, Ohio where she developed a deep love for cooking, music, and sports! You can find her cheering on the Cleveland Cavaliers, Detroit Lions, and the Colorado Rockies. She loves exploring new places in Fort Worth and cooking new recipes! She will need some taste testers so be sure to check-in to see what she is cooking next!
Hope Swaim is the Hall Director for Marion and PE Clark Halls. Hope earned her B.S. in Sociology from Saint Leo University in Tampa, FL (Go Lions!) and her M.S. in College Student Affairs with a specialization in Conflict Resolution studies. Before becoming a Horned Frog, she served as a Graduate Assistant for Campus Activities working specifically with the student programming board. She also completed an internship with Arizona State University working with Housing and Residence Life. Hope has a passion for Women’s Leadership and helping students develop strong life skills. Hope is looking forward to helping her Horned Frog residents establish their own legacy here at TCU!
Hope is a Florida native and has spent that last two years living in the Miami area, where she discovered her passion for diversity and inclusion. She enjoys going on walks, trying new foods, music, going to the zoo and photography. She also is a proud alumna member and volunteer of Alpha Sigma Tau Sorority. Hope is so excited to build community with all her residents in Marion and PE Clark. Come and stop by her office for a smile and some new music to listen to!
Keely Teters is the Hall Director for Foster Hall. Keely has a BS in Social Work and Masters in Counseling for Student Affairs from Texas Christian University. Go Frogs!
Keely has previously served as a graduate assistant and Hall Director in Fraternity and Sorority Life and still has a passion for working with students who are affiliated with a Greek Lettered organization.
Keely is excited to continue her journey at TCU by being a part of the Housing and Residence Life family and the many opportunities it affords her to interact with students, faculty and staff on campus. Keely’s favorite part of her position as a Hall Director is when her residents stop by her office to chat, grab a snack or some candy and just hang out for a bit.
Keely enjoys getting to share of her love of TCU with residents and looks forward to helping each of them learn and grow through their first year on campus. In her spare time Keely enjoys reading, attending TCU football games and trying new restaurants in the area.
David Abshire is the Hall Director of Carter/Samuelson Halls. David earned his BS in Business Administration from the University of Louisiana at Lafayette and his M.Ed. in College Student Personnel at Ohio University. While in Ohio, David worked in student conduct, advised fraternity and sorority leaders, and supported first-year students during their transition to college. He is thrilled to have joined the Horned Frog family and can’t wait to explore Fort Worth.
David is a Louisiana native that loves to cook nearly as much as he loves to eat. He is an alumnus of Pi Kappa Alpha and actively supports the fraternal community. He is rumored to have an impressive collection of fun socks and Chinese fortunes. If David isn’t in his office, he’s probably hanging out with his residents or eating ice cream at Market Square.
Cedric Garron is the Hall Director for Clark Hall. Cedric earned his B.A. in Liberal Studies with minors in Music, Education and Psychology and his M.A. in Higher Education/Student Personnel from the University of Mississippi (Hotty Toddy!). During his time in graduate school he served as both a full-time Admissions Recruiter and Graduate Assistant for the university’s Center for Inclusion and Cross Cultural Engagement. Cedric also completed a NODA Internship with Murry State University’s Office of Recruitment.
Cedric is excited to be joining the Horned Frog family at TCU, and is excited to meet his Clark Sharks this fall. He has a passion for helping first-year students complete the sometimes difficult transition from high school to college. In his spare time he enjoys reading, napping, watching college football on Saturdays, and trying to become a foodie!
Shanna Davis is the Hall Director for Arnold and Richards Hall. Shanna earned her B.S. in Psychology with Minors in Leadership Studies and Business Administration from the University of Central Florida and her M.Ed in Student Administration in Higher Education from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. Shanna has previously worked in Fraternity and Sorority Life, Student Activities, and TRIO programs. She has a passion for student leadership, diversity and inclusion, and college access. Shanna is looking forward to using these passion areas as a way to help students build relationships, create a sense of belonging, and establish their own legacy here at TCU.
Shanna is originally from Colorado and enjoys traveling, shopping, dancing, and spending time with family and friends. She is also an active member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. and enjoys giving back to the community through service projects. Shanna is looking forward to helping incoming first-year students create a fun, engaging, and transformative community within Waits Hall.
Ali Moss is the Hall Director for Waits Hall. Ali earned her BA in Communication with a minor in Human Relations/Counseling and a certificate in Leadership Studies/Social Justice from the University of Iowa (Go Hawks!) and her M.Ed in Higher Education Administration with an emphasis in Diversity and Higher Learning & College Student Affairs from the University of Denver. While in graduate school, she served as a Graduate Resident Director in Housing and Residential Education and worked for the Pre-Collegiate Development College Access Program at the University of Colorado-Boulder. Ali has previously completed an ACUHO-I Internship at Rice University in Houston, Texas and is a 2015 ACUHO-I STARS College Graduate. She has a passion for educational equity, working with first-generation college students, aiding students in their own identity development, and assisting students through the transition of college.\
Ali is originally from Muscatine, Iowa and grateful to now be a part of the Horned Frog Family at TCU as a Fort Worth resident. She enjoys being on the water, running, being outside in the sunshine, watching Cubs baseball (or any sport), exploring new cities, and spending time with family and friends. Ali is excited to get to know her first-year students, and all of the community and adventures that a-Wait(s)! Go Frogs!
Reece Harty joins the Hall Director team at TCU as the Hall Director for the GrandMarc & Village East communities. He received his Bachelors of Arts in Public Relations and Spanish for the Business Professions and earned his Masters of Arts in Communications both from Marquette University (Ring Out Ahoya!) in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. There, he served in a variety of previous roles including being a Resident Assistant, Tour Guide, Apartment Manager and Facilities Manager.
Reece is passionate about encouraging open communications regarding social justice issues, from race to privilege and advocating for others to create more welcoming and accepting spaces for all individuals of any background or identity. One of his goals is to also help students gain transferrable experiences that help them continue their success, as well as find their place to make this world a better place.
Reece’s adventurous energy keeps him busy; enjoys being active, whether it is training for a marathon, traveling and learning about new cultures or trying out new restaurants or spending time with family and friends.