Dr. Jennifer Forry
Vice President of Student Affairs
Dr. Jennifer M. Scott Forry (Dr. Jenn) joined the Emmanuel College community in 2019 after serving in a variety of roles at Newbury College and MCPHS University. During her 11 year tenure at Newbury, she served as Dean of Student Affairs, Assistant Dean of Students, and Director of Residence Life and Community Standards. In her role as Dean of Students at Emmanuel, she oversees and provides leadership to the Division of Student Affairs which includes, Athletics, Residence Life & Housing, the Counseling Center, the Health Center, Community Standards, Student Involvement and New Student Orientation. Additionally, Dr. Jenn serves on the College's Title IX team and Co-Advises the Student Government Association.
A graduate of Franklin Pierce University (B.A.) and Suffolk University (M.Ed.) she completed her Doctor of Education (Ed.D.) in higher education leadership at Regis College. She holds several civil rights investigator certifications through the Association of Title IX Administrators (ATIXA) and has been invited to present her Title IX research on the local, national, and international levels, most recently at Trinity College in Dublin, Ireland and University of Liverpool in Liverpool, England. Dr. Jenn is a past president of the Boston Area College Housing Association (BACHA) and Massachusetts College Personnel Association (MCPA) and an active member of NASPA - Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education where she serves on the Region I board. In acknowledgment of her commitment to the profession, NASPA invited her to travel to England in 2017 to collaborate with student affairs professionals to explore best practices in the United Kingdom and United States.
In addition to her work in student affairs, Dr. Jenn can often be found cheering on the Saints at games and activities, is an avid reader, and volunteers in her hometown of Brookline as a School Site Council Representative. Born and raised in the Boston area, she resides in Coolidge Corner with her sons Liam and Aiden.
Forry, J., DiBartolo, N., and Dixon, D. (2018) Conduct and the Community: A Residence Life Practitioners Guide. Association of Student Conduct Administrators and Association of College Housing Administrators - International. Co-Authored Chapter 5, Crafting and Creating Conduct Processes.
Forry, J. (2018) Conduct and the Community: A Residence Life Practitioners Guide. Association of Student Conduct Administrators and Association of College Housing Administrators - international. Author of Case Study 1.1, empowerMENt.
Director of Residence Life
Diana Estime is originally from Somerville, MA. She completed her undergraduate work at Suffolk University obtaining a B.S in Psychology and minoring in Education. After two years of AmeriCorps Service at Lesley University, Diana attended Northeastern University earning a Master's in College Student Development and Counseling. She has served in a multitude of progressive roles at the college, including Assistant Director of Residence Life/Residence Director, St. Ann Hall and Associate Director of Residence Life/Residence Director, New Residence Hall. In her spare time she enjoys traveling, cooking, reading, volunteering, and spending time with family. Diana is excited to be at Emmanuel College, building community on campus!
Director of Student Involvement and Commuter Engagement
Marc Taney joins the Emmanuel College community after two years as Director of Sports and Recreation with the College of Fenway and several years at Newbury College as an integral member of athletics and student affairs, serving primarily as Director of Basketball Operations/Head Women's Basketball Coach and Coordinator of Community Standards. He is a graduate of Western Connecticut State University (B.S.) and Springfield College (M.S.). Marc is passionate about student success and is dedicated to building positive student experiences by establishing relationships across campus and appropriately advocating for student's needs.