Residence Life Staff

Sherri Sadowski

Sherri Sadowski
Associate Dean for Residence Life
sadowskis@wittenberg.edu
(937) 327-7800

The campus residential experience and facilitating student growth and voice is Sherri's passion. She has worked in residence life since her undergrad years and has had the pleasure of working on small, private, liberal arts campuses for more than a decade. Sherri earned her Bachelor of Science in Art Education and her Master of Science in College Student Personnel from Miami University. A native of Cincinnati, Sherri is excited to be a part of the Wittenberg family.

Angie Kettler

Angela Kettler
Operations Manager
kettlera@wittenberg.edu
(937) 327-7802

Angie completed her undergraduate work (B.S.) at Bowling Green State University. Further, Angie has over 16 years of experience in the housing field as she held Realtor Certification as well as Ohio Real Estate Broker’s Certification; both currently in escrow. As the Coordinator of Student Rental Properties, she enjoys serving as a valuable resource person to administrators, faculty, staff and students regarding housing issues.

Alex Licano

Alex Licano
Operations Coordinator
licanor@wittenberg.edu
(937) 327-7827

Alex recently graduated from Berklee College of Music with his Bachelor of Professional Studies degree in Music Production and Engineering. He also holds a Bachelor of Arts in the Humanities from Wright State University where his focus was in philosophy and religion. Alex’s passion for helping others exceed their potential and in supporting their mental and personal development was evident in his previous work as a Chemical Dependency Counselor. Compassion and awareness to cultural diversity, student learning and equity issues are a staple of his philosophy. Alex enjoys playing music, specifically the guitar, and travel.

Chandler Mueller

Chandler Mueller
Area Coordinator for New Hall, Woodlawn Hall and the 'Burbs
muellerc@wittenberg.edu
(937) 327-7575

Chandler is an alumnus of the University of Akron where he earned his Bachelor’s of Arts and Science in Psychology and Sociology. Upon graduation, Chandler attended Salem State University in Salem, Massachusetts where he completed his graduate work; attaining a Master’s of Education in Higher Education in Student Affairs. His passion areas include leadership development, social justice education and advocacy, and community engagement. Outside of work, you would be able to find Chandler at a local coffee shop, at the gym, with friends, or binge watching Queer Eye. Go Tigers!

Sarah Culp

Sarah Culp
Area Coordinator for Tower Hall and Firestine Hall
culps1@wittenberg.edu
(937) 327-7570

Sarah graduated from Penn State University in 2017 with a Bachelor of Science in Recreation, Park and Tourism Management. After spending a year as a facility supervisor, she is now enrolled in Wittenberg’s Masters of Athletic Coaching Program and serves as a Volunteer Coach with Wittenberg’s Softball program. Sarah truly enjoys working with students and aiding with their growth and development. She loves being part of the Wittenberg community and is excited to dive into the world of Residence Life. Sarah’s passions include sports, binging as many TV shows as possible, and maximizing snuggle time with her cat, Blue.

Carl Mackey

Carl Wilde Mackey
Area Coordinator for Ferncliff Hall and Myers Hall
mackeyc@wittenberg.edu
(937) 327-7562

Carl Wilde Mackey is a native of the Midwest, hailing from Chicago, IL. He earned a Bachelor of Science degree, with a double major in Computer Science and Sociology, from Northeastern Illinois University and a Master of Science in Education degree with a concentration in Higher Education Management from the University of Pennsylvania. Carl is an experienced Residence Life and Student Affairs professional that has served in a broad range of institutions. With a holistic approach to student engagement, he specializes in training and development, diversity/equity/inclusion issues, and conflict resolution/mediation. His philosophy on student growth and development centers around helping students recognize, embrace, and become their best selves.

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