Meet the Staff
Anthony "Tony" Kirchmeier, Director of Off-Campus Life
As the Director of Off-Campus Life, Tony serves as the as the first point of contact for students moving off-campus and living off-campus. In this role, Tony engages and helps off-campus students become more informed about the campus/community resources and information regarding being a member of both Northwestern University and the Evanston/Chicago communities.
Tony holds a B.S degree in Business/Business Administration and an M.S. in Counseling: Student Development. Tony has Higher Education experience in Academic Advising, Crisis Response, Collegiate Athletics, Course Instructor, Institutional Research & Evaluation, International Programs, Residence Life and Student Conduct.
Meet Off-Campus Ambassadors
Off-Campus Life is excited to introduce the new Off-Campus Ambassadors (OCA). OCAs are undergraduate student staff members who provide community building and more localized attention ("eyes and ears") to the issues and individuals in these Off-Campus communities. OCA's will plan, market, coordinate as well as facilitate events and programs focused on neighborhood relations, Evanston Landlord/Tenant Law, living/learning skills and approved social events for Off-Campus students. OCA's will help Off-Campus students stay connected with the NU Campus through programs, educational resources and events.
If you would like to contact the Off-Campus Ambassador staff, send your emails to: OCAmbassadors@northwestern.edu
Alice Q Han
Alice is a senior studying Biological Sciences and Psychology. She has been actively involved in the community as a Vice President of the Residential College Board, a Jumpstart volunteer working with children, a Gateway Science Workshop facilitator, and a uterine histology specialist at the Evanston Hospital. She is extremely excited to engage in both the Northwestern and Evanston communities as an Off-Campus Ambassador.
Emily Means Wills
Emily Wills is a Junior Theatre major in the school of communications, with a concentration in Theatre for Young Audiences and is currently enrolled in the Certificate of Civic Engagement through the School of Education and Social Policy. Over the summer, Emily interned at Lookingglass Theatre for their Summer Drama Camp programs, ArtsQuest. Emily grew up in Chicago, and is familiar with the city and its public transit system. She recently worked at Bennison's Bakery, and has lived and worked in the Evanston community since Sophomore year.
Nick Raef is a sophomore from Lebanon, Missouri. A Theatre and International Studies double major, Nick enjoys the communicative and leadership possibilities that the Off-Campus Ambassadorship presents and is excited to help fellow students. Nick is on the board of the Purple Crayon Players, Northwestern's only theatre for young audiences theatre board. When Nick is not learning, working, or in the theatre community, he enjoys hiking, whittling, and geocaching.