Meet the Pine Ridge staff
Get to know your hall staff.
Residence Hall Director
Name: Ulysses Campos
- Associate of Arts – Orange Coast College
- Bachelor of Arts in Sociology - University of Oregon
- Master of Education in Human Relations – Northern Arizona University
Why I’m excited about being a RHD: I am most passionate about helping students achieve their goals and have a successful college experience. I want to provide the help and assistance that I needed when I first transitioned to college. It is my goal and desire to motivate our residents by helping them realize that they too can be successful students and campus leaders.
Name: Mark Fitzgerald
Hometown: Milford, MA
Why I chose Northern Arizona University: To study at an excellent school in a great part of the country.
Why I’m excited to be an RA: I’m excited to meet residents and have fun!
Name: Danielle Treto
Major: Criminology & Psychology
Hometown: Nogales, AZ
Why I chose Northern Arizona University: Because I love the location, the weather and the student-to-teacher ratio.
Why I’m excited to be an RA: To get to know my residents and help them and have a great time doing it.
Name: Amy Frauen
Hometown: Glendale, AZ
Why I chose Northern Arizona University: I chose NAU for the location as well as the community. It's a great place to live and go to school. Also the campus is smaller compared to the other state university so I'm able to feel at home.
Why I’m excited to be an RA: I'm excited to be an RA because I'm excited to meet all kinds of new people and be there to help and hopefully make a difference
Name: Nicholas Schrank
Hometown: Phoenix, AZ
Why I chose Northern Arizona University: I love the feel of a small college town and NAU's faculty staff is hands down amazing.
Why I’m excited to be an RA: To actually get to know other students and to really feel
a part of NAU.
Mathematics and Secondary Math Education
Why I chose Northern Arizona University: With one of the best education programs in the nation, I could not have picked a better place to prepare myself to become a high school teacher. Since the math education program works so closely with Flagstaff Unified School District, I knew I would get the hands on experience in the classroom I would need to truly feel comfortable teaching on my own.
Why I’m excited to be an RA: Being an RA is definitely more than a job, it is a lifestyle. While 2 a.m. phone calls and knocks on my door aren't always fun, I really enjoy helping my residents and
being someone that they can count on. My residents make my job worthwhile.