Joanna Schneider '13
Student Director forBig Brother, Big Sister
Major: Sociology modified with Psychology; Minor in Chemistry
Other Campus Involvements: DOC; General Manager of Big Green Bus
Fun fact: She got involved in Big Brother, Big Sister in high school, over 7 years ago!
Helen Damon-Moore is Director of Service and Educational Programs. Helen brings to Dartmouth over twenty years’ experience in higher education. Helen oversees local, national and international service at the Tucker Foundation, and she works with faculty to incorporate community-based service and research into the courses at Dartmouth. From 2002 – 2007 she served as Curriculum and Learning Community Coordinator at the University of Iowa Carver College of Medicine, where she consulted on curriculum development, developed inter-disciplinary teamwork education, established a service distinction track for medical students, and advised student service and leadership activities.
Helen is a founding member of Iowa Campus Compact and she co-chaired the Social Justice Interest Group of the National Society for Experiential Education between 1998 and 2001.
Prior to entering academic administration Helen was adjunct professor of women’s studies and education. She is the author of Magazines for the Millions: Gender and Commerce in the Ladies’ Home Journal and the Saturday Evening Post (1994). Helen has served on and chaired the boards of several community organizations, including neighborhood associations, the Inn-Circle Transitional Housing Program, and the Domestic Violence Intervention Program in Iowa.
Helen earned her Ph.D. at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and her B.A. in Sociology at Beloit College in Wisconsin. She is a native of Rangeley, Maine.
Last Updated: 10/6/11