Marley Regis

Transfer Admissions Counselor

Marley.Regis@duny.edu
Office: 845-848-7907
Work Cell: 845-263-2261

Contact Marley if your last name begins with H-Z

      Shelby Silva

      shelby.Silva@duny.edu
      Office:  845-848-7905
      Work Cell: 845-587-12830

      Contact Shelby if you live in Connecticut or any of the following New York counties: Dutchess, Nassau, Putnam, Suffolk, Westchester

          Derrick Hicks

          845-848-7600
          Derrick.Hicks@duny.edu

          Derrick Hicks is a Higher Education professional with many years of experience working at private and public institutions to support student learning and success. He started his Higher Education journey as a Resident Assistant and then served in several professional leadership positions, including his most recent roles as Adjunct Professor and Director of Residential Education and Housing at Bloomfield College. He is a proud and native New Yorker that is excited to become a Charger and join the Dominican University community.

           Derrick received his B.A. degree from SUNY Purchase College and his M.S. degree from The University of Indianapolis. He is a servant and visionary leader that has experience working with nonprofit and for-profit organizations that span the sectors of Education, Entertainment, Health Care, Wellness, Social Justice, and Service to name a few. He is a lifelong learner that embraces challenges, celebrates individuality and values collaboration.

          Derrick is thankful to have had a previous supervisor that has inspired his professional motto which states “We work with students, not for students.” This motto has shaped Derrick’s approach to leadership and has informed the ingenious results that he’s been able to yield over the years. He has always been an advocate for student needs, positive change and doing the right thing. He has proven his ability to develop and implement creative solutions for complex issues when budget, space and other resources are limited.

          Some things that bring Derrick joy are a good laugh, spending time with family, traveling the world, opportunities to create, playing both video and board games, and practicing self-care. He appreciates the little things and enjoys learning something new, exploring the outdoors, finding great music to keep on replay, and participating in volunteer experiences.

           

              Christopher Pagan

              Christopher.pagan@duny.edu
              Office:  845-848-7906
              Work Cell: 845-521-5167

              Contact Chris if you live in the following New York counties:  Brooklyn, Bronx, Manhattan, Queens, Staten Island

                  Geoffrey Quist

                  Assistant Director of Residence Life
                  Phone (845) 848-7420
                  Email: Geoffrey.Quist@duny.edu

                  Geoffrey joined the Residence Life team in February 2023.  Geoffrey served as a Resident Assistant for one year and Senior Resident Assistant for two years at Mount Saint Mary College in Newburgh, NY. In May 2018, Geoffrey graduated from Mount Saint Mary College with a Bachelor of Arts in Human Services.
                  Geoffrey gained a passion for developing students into leaders, so he decided to continue his career in higher education at Centenary University as a Graduate Assistant Residence Director.  In July 2020, Geoffrey earned his Master of Arts in Leadership and Public Administration from Centenary University.  From August 2020 – June 2022, Geoffrey worked full-time as a Residence Life Coordinator at the College of Mount Saint Vincent, where he oversaw first-year housing.  From July 2022 – February 2023, Geoffrey served as a Community Coordinator at Manhattanville College, managing the daily operations of 2 suite-style, upperclassmen residence halls.
                   
                  Geoffrey loves to do a lot of outdoor activities like skiing and hiking.  During his downtime, Geoffrey enjoys watching TV/anime, playing video games, and reading.  Geoffrey loves spending time with his family, his fiancé Nicole, and his dog Scarlett. 

                      Wendoli Tejada

                      Wendoli.Tejada@duny.edu
                      Office:  845-848-7907
                      Work Cell: 845-323-9679

                      Contact Wendoli if your last name begins with A-G

                          Dali Evans

                          Phone: (845) 848-4039
                          Email: dali.evans@duny.edu
                          Office Location: Rosary Hall, Lower Level

                              Paul Quinn

                              Diploma- St. Vincent’s Hospital School of Nursing

                              BSN- Pace University
                              MSN- College of Mount St. Vincent
                              Advanced Certificate, Midwifery- SUNY Downstate
                              PhD- City University of New York Graduate Center
                               
                              Dr. Quinn has over three decades of acute care and leadership experience in critical care. the emergency department, and in maternal child health. He is a Certified Nurse Midwife and Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner with a research focus on women’s health care and obstetrical critical care. Dr. Quinn has published and presented his ongoing research in international peer reviewed journals and conferences. He is also the author of Sexually Transmitted Diseases: Your Questions Answered, Birth Control: Your Questions Answered, Teen Pregnancy: Your Questions Answered, Prenatal Possibilities: Recipes for a Healthy Pregnancy and Beyond, and Complementary Alternative Medicine: Your Questions Answered. He is a Fellow of the American College of Nurse Midwives, the New York Academy of Medicine, and a Luther Christman Fellow of the American Association of Men in Nursing. 
                               
                              Professional Interests
                              Dr. Quinn’s areas of scholarship includes nursing work force issues, women’s health care, men in nursing, and clinical innovation. He is an active member of the American Nurses Association, the American College of Nurse Midwives, the American Association of Critical-care Nursing, the Emergency Nurses Association, Sigma Theta Tau, and the Eastern Nursing Research Society. He is peer reviewer of several peer reviewed journals and a member of the Editorial Advisory Board of Women’s Healthcare.

                                  Caitlin Sorrentino, OTD, OTR/L

                                  Phone: (845) 848-6000
                                  caitlin.sorrentino@duny.edu

                                   

                                      Ilya Slavinski

                                      Phone: (845) 848-4067
                                      Email: Ilya.Slavinski@duny.edu
                                      Office Location: Social Sciences-Casey Hall

                                      Dr. Ilya Slavinski completed his undergraduate degree from Rutgers University, his Master’s degree from the London School of Economics, and his Doctoral degree from the University of Texas at Austin. In 2022, Dr. Slavinski joined Dominican University of New York as an Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice and Sociology.

                                      Dr. Slavinski’s work focuses on the state, the criminal legal system, and racial and class inequality. It examines relationships between the state and its subjects, concentrating on racialized punishment practices in misdemeanor courts. Through ethnography and in-depth interviews, his dissertation examined various ways in which the state extracts resources from vulnerable populations while deploying the rhetoric of rehabilitation.

                                      His work is funded by the National Science Foundation Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement Award. He has presented at major conferences, including the American Sociological Association, Law and Society Association, and the American Society of Criminology.  He has articles published in the journals Social Problems, the Russell Sage Foundation Journal of the Social Sciences, and the Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice.

                                          Peter A. Antich

                                          Assistant Professor of Philosophy

                                          Email: peter.antich@duny.edu
                                          Office: Casey Hall 19

                                          B.A. – University of Dallas (Philosophy)
                                          M.A. – University of Kentucky (Philosophy)
                                          Ph.D. – University of Kentucky (Philosophy)

                                          Peter Antich joined Dominican University in 2022. He teaches classes throughout Philosophy, from Logic to Medieval Philosophy to Bioethics. His research focuses on Phenomenology and the Philosophy of Perception and is centered around the way meaning emerges within our embodied, perceptual experience. His recent work has investigated the Philosophy of Race, in particular the way in which racialized or racist habits can permeate perception. Prior to joining Dominican, he taught at Trinity College (Hartford) and Marquette University.
                                          Peter recently published a book, Motivation and the Primacy of Perception: Merleau-Ponty’s Phenomenology of Knowledge (Ohio University Press, 2021), which took a Phenomenological approach to questions about the relation between knowledge and experience. He is currently working on another book on the Philosophy of Perception.
                                          Outside of teaching and research, Peter enjoys reading, baking, and playing (overly complicated!) board games.

                                              Manuel Juarez

                                              Phone: (845) 848-4032
                                              Email: manuel.juarez@duny.edu

                                              Manuel Juarez joined the Dominican University community as Director of Career Development in July of 2022. He came to the University with a background in Workforce Development, Career Counseling, Academic Advisement, and Community Program Building.

                                              Juarez has strongly advocated for better educational programming within underserved communities as a first-generation Hispanic professional. In 2014, Juarez received a Certificate of Honor from the Hispanic Ministry at Warwick Reformed Church for his role in creating the English Language Learner program for the Warwick Hispanic Community. In 2017, Juarez received the Rockland BOCES Commitment to Excellence Award in recognition of outstanding and invaluable service in creating the WIOA Funded Youth Connections Program.

                                              Juarez holds an M.S.Ed. in School Counseling from Long Island University and a B.A. in General Science Education from Mount Saint Mary College. Juarez enjoys hiking, mountain biking, martial arts, and writing poetry outside of work.