NTID Names Assistant Director, Coordinators of Student Life

Follow RITNEWS on Twitter The National Technical Institute for the Deaf at Rochester Institute of Technology has made the following appointments:

Erin Esposito, of Penfield, has been named assistant director for Student Life and Leadership. Esposito will coordinate various services for NTID’s CSD Student Development Center, including facility management, advising for student organizations and clubs and supporting leadership programs. In this role, she will help connect RIT’s Center for Campus Life with deaf and hard-of-hearing clubs, organizations and Greek chapters. Previously, Esposito served as NTID’s director of Alumni Relations, while holding positions as a tutor and adjunct faculty. She received both of her degrees from RIT, including a master’s degree in Secondary Education for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing and a bachelor’s degree in Professional and Technical Communication.

Bryan Lloyd, of Rochester, has been named coordinator for Student Life Programming. Lloyd will help build connections with NTID’s students by providing support for their social and academic needs. Lloyd previously served as the NTID coordinator of Leadership Development. He holds graduate degrees from Boston University and the University of Rochester, and is pursuing a doctorate of education and counseling from the University of Rochester.

Adrienne Morgan, of Rochester, has been named coordinator for Student Life Programming. Morgan will provide program and personal support to NTID’s African American, Latino American and Native American student community, while educating the larger NTID community regarding these students’ needs and experiences. Morgan served as the Multicultural Student Programs coordinator since 2001. She has a bachelor’s degree in Multidisciplinary Studies from RIT and is working on a master’s degree in Cross Disciplinary Studies from RIT.

Rochester Institute of Technology is internationally recognized as a leader in computing, engineering, imaging technology, fine and applied arts, and for providing unparalleled support services for students with hearing loss. RIT is home to the National Technical Institute for the Deaf, where more than 1,100 students with hearing loss from around the world study, live, and socialize with 14,400 hearing students on RIT’s Rochester, N.Y., campus. U.S. News and World Report has consistently ranked RIT among the nation’s leading comprehensive universities.

Web site: www.rit.edu/ntid.