Veterans Campus Support Teams
The Tri-C Veterans Initiative was organized to provide a broader range of services to you. The Veterans Campus Support Teams were developed as part of that organization. These teams are made up of specialists from key departments throughout the College.
Marjorie Morrison, Director
Marjorie Morrison began her work with Veteran and Military Connected Services (VCMS) as a math instructor and later served as the academic coordinator and advisor before becoming the director of the program. While her position has changed over the years, she believes her involvement with VMCS students and the team that she works with continue to be rewarding. Morrison says, "It is an extremely gratifying experience to watch students progress, because they are often amazed at what they know by the end of the refresher course!"
Ally Sroczynski, Program Manager
Ally Sroczynski is the program manager for the Metro and Westshore campuses. She earned her Associate of Arts and completed an internship in the Western Campus president’s office. Prior to joining Tri-C, Sroczynski served four years in the U.S. Navy as an electrician and earned a bachelor’s degree from Cleveland State University in psychology.
Matthew Miller is the Program manager and Archivist for the Western Campus Crile Archive and Veteran Center. Matthew has Bachelor’s from Kent State University, Masters from Cleveland State University, and is currently pursuing a doctorate from Kansas State University. Matthew is a veteran of the US Army and Ohio National Guard where he served as a 13 Bravo, Cannon crewmember.
Leasa Hunter, Program Manager
Leasa Hunter is an alumnus of Tri-C, Eastern Campus. She has A Bachelor of Arts and a Master of Arts degree, from Ursuline college. Her background is in, Human Services and Admissions and Marketing. As a Volunteer Guardian, Leasa enjoys advocating on the behalf of her Wards. She also loves spending time with her doggy-daughter, Kodie and her Mom’s dog (and doggy-sister), Bella.
Nick Nunez, Student Liaison
Nick Nunez began his professional path in education at Tri-C in 2015 as a student ambassador, where one of his main roles was tutoring math. Since then, he has been passionate about helping others get over speed bumps in their academic journey. He's now back at Western Campus, a place he considers a second home, doing everything he can to help the veteran students at Tri-C succeed.
Joseph Connelly, Student Liaison
Joseph Connelly is a Tri-C Manufacturing Technology alum. He worked as a machinist before returning to the Metro campus as a Student Liaison. Connelly is an Air Force veteran. He has a Bachelor's in Dance and a Master of Fine Arts in Studio Art. He has a background in student advising and teaching.
Kimberly Lane-Crowder, Student Liaison
Kimberly Lane-Crowder comes from a family of veterans and is a longtime educator. She very much enjoys meeting our students and helping them in any way she can. She is the student liaison at the Eastern and Metro campuses. This avid theatergoer likes to read and spend time with her husband and their cutest puppy ever born.