Assistant Director of Academic Resources: Disability Support ServicesMemorial 326509-527-5767
Antonia Keithahn (she/her/hers) joined Whitman College in 2015, and moved into her current position in 2017. She views her role within a social justice context and her long-term goal is to bring greater awareness to access barriers on our campus so that they can be acknowledged and dismantled. Antonia's background is in secondary education, having received a Master's in Education (in Curriculum and Instruction) from the University of Illinois in 2013. She also holds a BA in History from Reed College after a disastrous attempt at a combined Chemistry-Art major that lasted about a semester and a half before collapsing entirely. Away from the office, Antonia enjoys several hobbies including embroidery, roller derby, singing and playing guitar, intersectional feminism, and comfortable pants.
Assistant Director of Academic Resources: Student SuccessMemorial 327509-527-5027
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Administrative AssistantMemorial 325509-527-5213
I joined the ARC after moving to Walla Walla with my husband and daughter this summer. I grew up in the Seattle area, received a bachelor's degree in English from Whitworth College, moved to Colorado to attend graduate school at CU and Naropa University, and then worked for 33 years in Boulder County promoting health and inclusion for children and adults with developmental disabilities. I'm excited to be working in an assistant role for the ARC. My goal is to help support student learning in whatever way I can, as well as to to keep learning and challenging myself. Outside of the office I enjoy reading, gardening, yoga and dance. I'm especially fond of long walks and afternoon naps with my two dogs.
ARC Testing Coordinator509-527-4997 509-527-5213
Monica Chapman (she/her/hers) is the Academic Resource Center (ARC) Testing Coordinator and the Executive Assistant to the Vice President of Diversity and Inclusion. She received her bachelor's degree from Montana State University in Animal Science. Following her college graduation Monica took a year to travel abroad with the International 4-H Youth Exchange (IFYE) Program, visiting New Zealand, United Kingdom, Greece, Thailand, and Laos. She moved to Walla Walla in the summer of 2019 and is enjoying getting to know everything the Walla Walla Valley has to offer. Away from the office, Monica enjoys camping, snow sports, knitting, spending time on the farm and playing fetch with her dogs.