The Catholic University of America

Residence Life Staff

Amy P. Kerr

Associate Dean of Students & Director of Residence Life 
Pryzbyla Center 353
(202) 319-5619
kerra@cua.edu

Amy has worked with Residence Life at CUA for many years. In her current role, Amy oversees the direction of the Residence Life Team, and also assists students through her work in the Office of the Dean of Students. Before moving to DC, Amy worked in residence life at Texas Tech University. Amy received her M. Ed. in Student Affairs Administration in Higher Education at Ball State University. In 2012 she received her M.S. in Library Science from The Catholic University of America. In her free time Amy enjoys spending time with her husband and children, traveling and visiting family around the United States.  

Allison Mockler

Community Director, Centennial Village
Camalier House RHO
202-319-5720
mockler@cua.edu

Allison joined the Office of Residence Life in July 2014 after completing her M.A. in Criminal Justice Administration at Sacred Heart University.  At Sacred Heart Allison worked as a Residence Hall Director and served as the President of the Graduate Student Body.  She received her B.A. in Health Science and Exercise Science from Castleton State College, where she was involved in Residence Life and Student Government.  When Allison has free time she enjoys advising the CUA Men's Rugby Team, reading, and exploring DC.

 

Amy Love

Community Director, North Neighborhood One
Millennium South RHO
202-299-2500
lovea@cua.edu

Amy Love joined Residence Life at CUA in July 2014. This year she will be working with North Neighborhood One which includes overseeing Millennium North and Millennium South. Before coming to CUA, she previously worked as an Assistant Community Director at the University of San Diego while completing her M.A. in Higher Education Leadership. She received her B.S. in Communication with an emphasis in Public Relations from California Polytechnic University Pomona where she also worked in Residence Life and Housing Services in multiple capacities. With a passion for intercultural learning and social justice, Amy has had the opportunity to take part in a leadership class in Spain, an immersion trip with a ministry focus in El Salvador, and multiple service trips to the Tijuana, Mexico border. Additionally, she enjoys sustaining a balanced and active life which includes running, pilates, and exploring DC.

Mat Maddatu

Community Director, Opus
Opus RHO
202-299-2881
maddatumq@cua.edu

Mat Maddatu directs the daily operations of Opus Hall. He is originally from Brick, New Jersey. He received his B.A. in Psychology in 2012 and Master of Catechesis in 2014 from The Catholic University of America. He was involved with Residence Life during his senior year as an RA in Caldwell Hall and during graduate school as a Community Development Assistant in the Honors Residential Community, North Neighborhood One and Opus Hall. In his free time, Mat likes to read, play sports, and take photos while exploring DC. 

 

 

Victor David

Community Director, Central Neighborhood
Gibbons Hall RHO
202-319-5850
davidvn@cua.edu

Victor David joined the Residence Life staff in November 2016. Originally from Joliet, Illinois, he graduated from Catholic University in 2014 with a B.A. in Politics and is completing his Master of Science in Management degree, concentrating on leadership development. While an undergraduate student, Victor served as a Resident Assistant in Flather Hall during his junior year and McDonald House as a senior. Outside the office, he advises Colleges Against Cancer and Redline A Cappella. Victor also enjoys visiting museums, watching documentaries, and baking.

 

Sarah Brodt

Community Director, North Neighborhood 2
Regan Hall RHO
(202)-319-5740
brodt@cua.edu

Sarah just recently joined the Residence Life team in July 2016. This year Sarah will be working with the students in North Neighborhood Two which includes Ryan, Regan and Flather Halls. Prior to joining the CUA team, Sarah completed her Master of Public Health with a concentration in Community Health at Montclair State University while working as a Graduate Resident Director at Ramapo College of New Jersey. Sarah first started working in Residence Life as a Resident Assistant at DeSales University and received her B.S. in Sport and Exercise Science with a minor in Psychology. At DeSales, Sarah also worked in Housing Services and the Office of Student Engagement and Leadership. In her free time, she enjoys playing music, the outdoors, and watching Criminal Minds.