- Associate Vice President, Human Resources
Rémy joined the O’Brien Center for Career Development at Merrimack College in 2021 and is the Assistant Vice President, Employer Relations & Engagement. Her work focuses on cultivating partnerships with employers to further develop internship and co-op programs for students. Rémy also oversees the process to connect students to campus employment opportunities.
She is committed to collaborating with employers and academic partners who seek to address employment inequities. Rémy’s work with diverse student populations includes first-generation, international students, and adult learners, which motivates her passion for career development and the goal to help students find sustainable and meaningful careers. Rémy earned a Master of Business Administration and a Master of Science in Human Capital Management from the University of Maryland Global Campus and a Bachelor of Arts in Industrial/Organizational Psychology and English from the University of Connecticut.
Remy identifies with Women, BIPOC, Commuter, and Transfer populations and uses She/Her/Hers pronouns.
What does Rémy wish she knew about career development when she was in college?
Career development is about exploring options. As a student, you develop who you are through finding your academic program, based on your interests and develop skills that turn you into a professional. The experience you gain through coursework, student employment, internships, and co-ops is the runway to take off into a career that suits you both professionally and personally. That type of service is invaluable at every stage of the college experience.
- MBA | M.S., Organizational Leadership | Human Capital Management, University of Maryland
- B.A., Industrial/Organizational Psychology & English, University of Connecticut