Director of Multicultural Life
In her 12th year at Muhlenberg, Riley-Casey supports marginalized student populations to reach their academic and career goals and supports majoritized student populations to build inclusive communities.
Riley-Casey also provides campuswide programs that enrich the college experience through intellectual engagement and celebratory events such as heritage months.
She is the 2020 Recipient of the Hamre Prize (Julie Hamre ’72 and John J. Hamre), which recognizes significant contributions made by a staff member to the college, and worked with her alma mater, Lourdes College, to start the first Multicultural Life Office at the institution.
Life lesson: To be humble, give thanks, to believe in my worth and acknowledge those who have helped me along the way.
“I enjoy spending my time with my dog – walking the nearby parks and hiking trails. I love to run fast, play racquetball, win at cards and write song lyrics.”
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