Meet the Taylor staff
Get to know your hall staff.
Taylor Graduate Assistant Residence Hall
Name: Brianna Gomez
Education: Bachelor of Science: Exercise Science, Northern Arizona University, 2013; Pursuing a Masters of Counseling-Student Affairs, Northern Arizona University
About Brianna: I moved to Flagstaff in 2009 from Henderson, NV to pursue my undergraduate degree from NAU. After four years at NAU, I knew I wanted more and chose to stay in Flagstaff to pursue my master’s degree. I can’t say enough great things about NAU and my time here thus far. This institution truly cares about students and helps give students the tools they need for success, while helping them feel at home and find their place. I will forever treasure being a Lumberjack and can’t wait to help other students fall in love with NAU as well!
Taylor Resident Assistants
Name: Courtney Garney
Floor: 1st Floor
Major: Elementary Education
Why I chose Northern Arizona University: When I first chose to come here, I planned on majoring in Dental Hygiene and NAU is the only University in Arizona that offers the program. I fell in love with the campus though and soon changed my major.
Why I'm excited for this year: To help people adjust to the college life the way my RA helped me adjust.
Name: Dominic Rivera
Floor: Basement - 1st Floor
Major: Civil Engineering
Why I chose Northern Arizona University: I chose NAU because it was something different from what I'm used to and I really enjoyed what it has to offer.
Why I'm excited to be an RA: I'm excited to be an RA because I love helping people and interacting with them. I'm also excited to meet incoming freshman and help
them with any questions they have throughout the year.
Name: Brennan Wilkinson
Floor: 2nd Floor
Major: Strategic Communications
Why I chose Northern Arizona University: My dad went here and said a lot of good things.
Why I'm excited to be an RA: I'm excited to have the best hall at NAU.
Name: Laney Stevens
Floor: 2nd Floor
Major: Environmental Science
Why I chose NAU: NAU is the perfect sized school for me and I love the location of the school. My dad went here and enjoyed it, so I knew I would, too.
Why I am excited to be an RA: I am eager to help residents in their transition to adulthood and to build relationships with my community members.