Meet the Staff

Lindsey Campbell, Operations & Marketing Manager

Lindsey was born and raised in Wilmington, Delaware and graduated from Messiah College in December 2013 with a degree in Public Relations. After spending an awesome semester at Temple University and interning with Campus Philly’s Open Arts program in Fall of 2013, she decided Philadelphia was the place to be after graduation. When Lindsey is not taking care of business as the Operations and Marketing Manager, you can find her playing softball, exercising, cooking and cleaning. She also, very much, enjoys camping and traveling. Contact Lindsey at lindsey@campusphilly.org

Jennifer Devor, Director, Partnerships

Jennifer’s passions lie at the intersection of innovation, sustainable design, and city living. Because of this, she loves her job of enticing young people to stay put. She does this by introducing students to internships, arts & culture, volunteer opportunities, and cool city spots in hopes they stay in Philly after graduation. She also connects regional employers to the many local colleges and universities to create a talent pipeline. Jennifer has planted her own roots in South Philly, where she is very involved in her neighborhood, sitting on several nonprofit boards and serving as a block captain. Contact Jennifer at jen@campusphilly.org

Deborah Diamond, Ph.D., President

Deborah joined Campus Philly in 2010 as president.  She began her career as a college professor, teaching political philosophy at Columbia University and Bryn Mawr College. But after falling in love with Philadelphia as a place to live, she shifted focus, launching a career in market research and joining Visit Philadelphia as their first director of research and strategy. Deborah holds a BA from Bryn Mawr College and an MA and Ph.D. from the University of Chicago.  She serves on the Executive Board of the Bryn Mawr College Alumnae Association, the board of overseers of the Jewish Grad Network of Greater Philadelphia, and the board of the Home and School Association of Science Leadership Academy. Contact Deborah at deborah@campusphilly.org

Cory Dulaney, Program Manager

From the West Coast of Pennsylvania, Cory attended Duquesne University where he received his degree in Integrated Marketing Communication. Cory moved to Philadelphia to attend graduate school at Temple University where he received his degree in African American Studies. Helping people is his passion and after graduating, Cory has worked with various nonprofit organizations, schools, and community groups. He loves volunteering and working with young people, helping them get connected to all the opportunities Philadelphia has to offer. When he isn’t hiking at Wissahickon, biking around Kelly Drive, or mixing some records in Germantown, you can find Cory in Center City hanging out with friends. Contact Cory at cory@campusphilly.org

Roger Estes, Creative Director

Roger decided to move to Philadelphia in 2004, a few months after graduating from the School of Art and Design at Alfred University in New York State. He joined Campus Philly after gaining some great creative experience at Visit Philadelphia, and has also worked on projects with Whipped Bakeshop and some other local businesses. Roger enjoys snowboarding, making animated GIFs, being in the woods, building things out of wood, and exploring new places on his bicycle. Contact Roger at roger@campusphilly.org

Reggie Hall Jr., Senior Program Manager, Partnerships

Reggie earned his bachelor’s degree in journalism from Lehigh University. Following graduation he returned to Philadelphia and worked in roles dedicated to making the city a better place to live and visit. Reggie volunteers for several organizations – including Books Through Bars, a nonprofit committed to deliver books to the incarcerated. A Philly sports fanatic, you can cheer with Reggie for the Phillies at Citizen’s Bank Park throughout summer. He fantasizes about winning the Amazing Race. Contact Reggie at reggie@campusphilly.org

Brynn Monaghan, Communications Manager

Studying Advertising Copywriting at Temple University brought Brynn to Philadelphia in 2006, and her love for the city kept her here. She joined Campus Philly after gaining three years of experience as Tookany/Tacony-Frankford Watershed Partnership’s Communications Director. In addition, she worked on start-up communications for Philadelphia City Planning Commission’s art-based initiative, Destination Frankford. At Campus Philly, Brynn will be acting as the mouthpiece for student-facing affairs. After hours, you can find Brynn running along the Delaware, or at her studio working on her mosaics projects. Contact Brynn at brynn@campusphilly.org

Patrick Sherlock, Vice President, University Relations and Student Engagement

Patrick moved to Philadelphia to attend the University of Pennsylvania, found there was too much to explore over four years, and has lived in the city ever since. Patrick joined Campus Philly after five years as part of the Environment and Communities team at the William Penn Foundation, and participates in several local civic technology, media and creative industry community groups. He enjoys running, walking and biking Philadelphia’s neighborhoods and waterfront trails, as well as SEPTA, local food trucks, dollar hotdog night and Jersey blueberries [in season May-June]. Contact Patrick at patrick@campusphilly.org

Ella Strauss, Program Manager, Open Arts

Ella is a South Jersey native. She graduated from Davidson College in North Carolina in 2014. She then worked for Alumni Relations and Special Events at Davidson. After five years in the south, she was ready to return to Philadelphia, Wawa and the Jersey Shore. Ella is a huge sports fan, so you can catch her at a game or eager to watch one on TV. She also loves to travel and has been to 56 countries and spent a semester abroad in India. Contact Ella at ella@campusphilly.org

Ashlie Thornbury, Vice President, Partnerships

Ashlie Thornbury leads Campus Philly’s Partnerships team, which generates and fulfills partnerships that provide valuable opportunities for thousands of college students. Ashlie joined Campus Philly 6 years ago, directing career programs & events. She launched the Corporate Membership Program in 2012, which she continues to oversee and grow in addition to many successful marketing partnerships. Locally, Ashlie is a committee member of the Young Women’s Initiative of Women’s Way and nationally, she serves on the Volunteer Advisory Council for the American Brain Tumor Association. Ashlie graduated from Temple University in 2003 with a degree in Art. Contact Ashlie at ashlie@campusphilly.org