Staff

HEALTH CENTER STAFF

The health center employs a full-time nursing staff and contracts with doctors at Davidson Family Medicine, who see patients by appointment. Heath center staff members include:

  • Trish Murray, Ph.D. - Director, Counselor
  • Jan Poole, Assistant Director, Registered Nurse, Certified in College Health
  • Vicki Sherrill, Registered Nurse
  • Colleen Fea, 
Registered Nurse
  • Ann Renfrew,
 Registered Nurse 
  • Michelle Mitrani,
 Registered Nurse
  • Georgia Ringle, MPH,
 Health and Substance Abuse Educator
  • Elizabeth Allred, MPH, RD, CSSD, Registered Dietitian, Certified Specialist in Sports Dietetics
  • Julie Whittington, MPH, RD, CSSD,
 Registered Dietitian, Eating Disorder Specialist
  • Paula Wilhelm,
 Medical Office Assistant

COUNSELING CENTER STAFF

The counseling center staff includes four licensed professionals who see students at the Student Health Center by appointment. While each counselor is qualified to address a variety of concerns, each also has a specific area of interest and expertise.

Trish Murray, Ph.D., Director, Counselor - Trish Murray earned her Ph.D. in counselor education and supervision from the University of South Carolina. She is a licensed professional counselor supervisor and an approved clinical supervisor. Her clinical interests include college student development, life transitions, family of origin issues, mood disorders and supervision.

John Brunelle, Ph.D., Counselor, Psychologist - John Brunelle earned his Ph.D. in counseling psychology from Virginia Commonwealth University. He is a licensed psychologist in Delaware and North Carolina. His clinical interests include working with student athletes, issues related to grief and loss, group counseling and college student development.

Lisa Collard, M.A., Eating Disorder Specialist, Counselor - Lisa Collard earned her master of arts in psychology from Marshall University. She is a licensed psychologist in West Virginia and a licensed psychological associate in North Carolina. Her clinical interests include eating disorders, body image concerns, mood disorders, and relationship issues.

David Graham, Ph.D., Coordinator for Minority Outreach, Counselor - David Graham earned his Ph.D. in counseling from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. He is a licensed professional counselor. His clinical interests include working with minority populations, multicultural/cross-cultural concerns, student athletes, LGBTQ issues, and men's issues. In addition to his clinical work, he also provides outreach and support to students involved in various programs on campus, such as Changing Minds, S.T.R.I.D.E., and others.