Michelle Meyer, M.A.T., M.A.
Director of Disability Services
908-852-1400 ext. 2251
Michelle attended Fairleigh Dickinson University where she earned a B.A. in History, as well as a M.A.T., M.A. in Learning Disabilities and a M.A. in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. Michelle worked for Fairleigh Dickinson University as an Assistive Technology Coordinator and a Learning Disabilities Specialist for many years. As Centenary University’s Director of Disability Services, Michelle coordinates requests for disability accommodations and provides overall administration and management of the Project ABLE and STEP Ahead Programs.
Assistant Director of Disability Services
- B.A. Art Education, The College of New Jersey
- M.Ed., Special Education, Montclair State University
Julie began her career as a paraprofessional and substitute classroom teacher at a private school for students with autism. In addition, she has worked as an assistive technology specialist, where she conducted evaluations and trainings for children and adults with visual impairments and multiple disabilities. She has also volunteered at several non-profit organizations to promote arts accessibility. Julie currently provides individualized academic support to students in Project ABLE and arranges accommodations for exams as well as note-taking.
Marcella Lamura, M.Ed.
Student Success Specialist
908-852-1400 ext. 2152
Marcella holds a B.S. in Psychology and a M.Ed. in Student Affairs and College Counseling from Kutztown University. Before joining the DSO staff in the fall 2013, Marcella worked at Northampton Community College as a Disability Services Specialist and Academic Advisor. Marcella has worked for a social service agency as a therapeutic support staff member and applied behavioral modification techniques to children with autism. She has an extensive background in study skills and was a professional tutor at East Stroudsburg University. During her free time, Marcella enjoys playing the flute.
Pamela Cavanagh, M.Ed.
Academic Support Specialist
- B.S. Health and Physical Education, East Stroudsburg University
- M.Ed. Higher Education- Reading Specialist, East Stroudsburg University
Pam began working in higher education as a professor, teaching Developmental Reading and Writing and Freshman Seminar. As a professor, she realized she wanted to work with students on a more individualized basis. Pam made the transition from faculty to administration in order to assist students at a personal level in their pursuit of a college degree.
As a Student Success Specialist, Pam’s goal is to assist students in developing the skills and strategies needed to achieve their college goals and future endeavors.