Consultant Contact Information
Molloy College Writing Center
Casey - C016
Writing Center Consultants
Pamela Kenley-Meschino, M.A., Coordinator
Pamela Kenley-Meschino is delighted to be a part of the Molloy community. An experienced teacher, consultant, and advisor, Pamela brings her enthusiasm for writing and her dedication to higher learning to the coordinator position. She joins Molloy after teaching Writing Composition and Literature at Hofstra University and Portland State University in Oregon.
Mary Ann Howell, M.A. English, Professional Consultant
Mary Ann Howell is in her fifteenth year as a Writing Center consultant. She is also an adjunct professor in the English department. Her readiness and competence in assisting beginners and experienced graduate students to enhance their writing skills are wonderful to behold.
Pamela Smith, M.S. Reading, Professional Consultant
After teaching high school English, Pamela Smith, a Molloy alum, returned to the College, where she has been working as a writing center consultant and serving as an adjunct professor in the English Department for the past eleven years.
Valerie M. Griggs, M.F.A. Creative Writing; M.A. Spiritual Direction, Professional Consultant
Valerie Griggs began working in the Writing Center and as an adjunct professor in the English Department in 2008. She taught composition and literature at the high school level, as a Graduate Fellow at Brooklyn College and as an adjunct instructor at Hofstra University. She spent three summers in the Peoples' Republic of China training Chinese English teachers. Ms. Griggs has worked in the financial and performing arts sectors, as a retreat leader, and as facilitator in various educational settings.
Stephen Albanese, M.F.A. Creative Writing, Professional Consultant
Stephen Albanese is a Writing Center consultant and adjunct professor in the English Department. His great love as an author and teacher is fiction writing, and he has devoted much of his energy to the in-depth editing and critiquing of the work of other writers. He has taught and tutored students in various aspects of professional and academic writing.
Writing Center Office Assistant
Denise M. Hughes, M.S. Education, Office Assistant
Denise Hughes joins Molloy after many years in the financial field and time spent working as a substitute teacher. Her genuine interest in working with students, her multifaceted business skills, and her passion for learning have led her to the world of higher education here at Molloy College.
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