Laura Perille, PhD, provides strategic leadership for the development and operationalization of the university-wide 4D model and experience centered on holistic learning and development. She brings to this role deep experience designing and overseeing high-impact, co-curricular programs. Previously, Laura served as associate director of the Center for Research and Fellowships at Georgetown University, where she guided undergraduate students, graduate students and alumni in reflecting on and integrating their learning, deepening their expertise and telling their stories. Prior to Georgetown, she worked as an associate with the Office of National Fellowships and the Hamel Center for Undergraduate Research at the University of New Hampshire. She holds a PhD and AM in history from Brown University, where she was a Peter Green Doctoral Scholar and Brown/Wheaton Faculty Fellow. She has participated in special institutes through the National Endowment for the Humanities and the Folger Shakespeare Library.
Audrey Townsend has many years of experience conducting research on internationalization at home and study abroad programming in higher education. In addition to her work on the 4D team, she is an adjunct instructor in the Office of Internationalization and Living and Learning Communities and is currently pursuing her doctorate in higher education with a cognate in internationalization at the University of Denver. She received her BA in International Studies and BS in Natural Resources Recreation and Tourism from Colorado State University and her master's degree in higher education with a focus on student affairs and administration from the Morgridge College of Education at the University of Denver.
Greg Mahan has a demonstrated passion for student-facing work and co-curricular initiatives. He has a diverse work history with experience in Living Learning Communities, non-profit administration, and teaching. In addition to their work on the 4D team, Greg is an adjunct faculty member at the University of Denver and plans to pursue a doctorate in curriculum design. Before coming to DU, Greg spent years as a full-time audio engineer, partnering with industry leaders such as National Geographic to put together engaging, interactive e-learning programs. They have a BM in Sound Recording Technology from the University of Massachusetts Lowell and a MA in Higher Education from the University of Denver.