M.A., Rutgers University.
B.A., James Madison University.
Ellie Esmond began working at Bryn Mawr College in 2000 when the Civic Engagement Office was still known as the Community Service Office. Ellie works with individual students and student groups who want to become engaged in the community through direct service, internships, activism, and advocacy. She also works with community members and local and national organizations to help develop and publicize civic engagement opportunities to students. She has helped to develop programs like Community Based Work Study, Summer of Service, and LEAP—Leadership, Empowerment, and Advancement Program. One of her favorite things about working with Bryn Mawr students is learning about their many interests and working with them to find opportunities to both learn and grow through meaningful engagement with the community.
Originally from Virginia, Ellie attended James Madison University and majored in English with a minor in Women’s Studies. She received her Master’s Degree in Women’s Studies from Rutgers University before starting her career at Bryn Mawr College.
Ellie currently resides in Southern New Jersey with her husband, Kevin, their son, Paul, and two overweight cats, Alice and Mo. She loves to travel and try new restaurants, is an amateur knitter and an avid reader.
Ellie can be reached via phone at (610)526–6591 or email@example.com.