Director of Programming, Student Development & Community Engagement
Mallory Nardin joined the Rome Global Gateway in 2015 and currently serves as the director of programming, student development & community engagement. In this capacity she develops co-curricular programming and community-based initiatives designed to broaden and enhance undergraduate and graduate education in Rome. She also directs the Gateway’s Internship program and works in close collaboration with local and visiting faculty to advance undergraduate coursework on site and throughout the city.
Nardin provides direct oversight to the Associate Director of Student Affairs and to the residential staff of the Gateway’s living learning community. She is a founding member of the Gateway’s Incident Response Team and works to promote the health, safety and wellbeing of students, faculty and staff.
Nardin earned a Bachelor of Arts with honors in psychology from Wake Forest University and a Master of Arts in Italian from Middlebury College. Her primary interests are in the development of intercultural competencies through community-engaged teaching, learning and research.