Meet the CARE Team!

CARE Team Staff

Beth Riley
Beth Riley

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Assistant Dean of Students and Director of Case Management

Beth is a Binghamton University alum and received her Masters in Social Work degree from SUNY Albany. She serves as the assistant dean of students as well as director of the CARE Team and a leader of multiple departments and programs including the VARCC and the Binghamton University Interfaith Council. Beth's professional interests include student, staff and program development, policy creation and interpretation, multidisciplinary collaboration and mediation. Beth's personal interests include spending time with family and friends, cooking, knitting, reading and being outdoors.

Colleen Rozelle-Cunningham
Colleen Rozelle

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Associate Director of Case Management Services

Colleen is a Binghamton University Alumni and a lifelong resident of Broome County. Colleen is a licensed clinical social worker by training and her professional interests include mental health, crisis response, grief and loss, life adjustment and transition, self compassion and resiliency. Colleen works from a client-focused, eclectic, humanistic approach. Her personal interests include spending time with her family, nature walks, cooking and giving back to her community.

Anna Jantz
Anna Jantz

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Certified Advocate and Assistant Director

Anna has always had a passion for higher education and cares deeply about helping students through the ups and downs of their college experience. Anna's educational and professional background is in Higher Education Student Affairs. Anna's work with students is centered on an empowerment model where students develop the skills needed to advocate for themselves and to feel comfortable with who they are as a person. As a case manager, Anna often helps with mental health concerns, coping skills, crisis response and advocacy. In Anna's spare time, she loves collecting house plants, going to thrift stores, reading, painting and drawing.

Nicole Monk
Dara Raboy

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Interpersonal Violence Prevention Coordinator

Dara Raboy is a clinically licensed social worker with a career long passion and dedication to working with trauma survivors and interpersonal violence prevention.  Dara has almost 40 years of clinical experience and co-founded the 20:1 Prevention Program in 2004.  Dara deeply believes in empowering survivors, advocacy on all levels as well as helping bystanders develop skills so that they can intervene in a meaningful way.  Dara is also an adjunct faculty member for the School of Social Work.  Dara also enjoys gardening, kayaking, golfing and spending time with family.

Nicole Monk
Nicole Monk

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Case Manager

Nicole is a Binghamton University Alumni. She has her undergraduate degree in human development and masters in public administration. Nicole's professional interests include mental health, community resources, education, crisis response, life adjustment, anxiety and transition. Nicole works from a client-focused, strength-based approach. Nicole's personal interests include spending time with her family, traveling and utilizing her cosmetology license on the side. 

Christina Lindley
Christina Lindley

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Intake Coordinator

Christina is a lifelong Broome County resident. She received a BA in Sociology from Ithaca College and a MS in Student Affairs Administration from Binghamton University. Before pursuing graduate study, she was a paraprofessional for the Binghamton City School District for 11 years. At the University, she has worked in The Graduate School and the Office of Student Conduct. Within the CARE Team, Christina assists with many administrative tasks. Christina holds a great deal of institutional knowledge and serves as an active member of several committees. In her spare time, she enjoys being with family and friends, watching Duke basketball and HGTV, reading, and playing trivia and word games. 

Corrine Glassman
Corinne Glassman

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Case Manager

Corinne is a lifelong resident of Broome County. Corinne’s educational and professional background is working and supporting people and families in the community. Her professional interests include mental health, community resources, crisis response, coping skills, advocacy and multidisciplinary collaboration. In her spare time, Corinne enjoys spending time with family and friends, taking summer vacations, listening to music and making pottery.

 
Jessica Holley
Jessica Holley

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Case Manager

Jessica is a Binghamton University Alum and a lifelong Broome County resident.  She has her undergraduate degree in Psychology and her professional interests include mental health concerns, crisis response, social determinants of health, and community resource finding.  Prior to joining the CARE Team, Jessica worked for 13 years in direct service and leadership within local non-profit organizations, assisting individuals with mental health challenges to achieve their goals and maintain their wellness within the community.  Jessica works from a client-centered strength-based approach, with a focus on self determination and empowerment.  In Jessi's spare time, she enjoys being with her family and friends, making jewelry, crocheting, watching documentaries and comedy, and rooting for the Bills.