CENTRE COLLEGE DIRECTORY
Use the directory below to find information on faculty, staff, and offices on campus.
The main telephone number for Centre College is 859.238.5200. Calls to this number will be routed to the appropriate extension. In an after-hours emergency, call 859.236.4357.
Pam Baughman joined the Admission Office staff in 1993, shortly after graduating from Centre with a B.S. in Psychology. During Pam’s career in admission, she has held leadership roles with the Kentucky Association for College Admission Counseling and been an active member of the Centre College Alumni Board and other campus committees. One of her greatest professional and personal endeavors has been mentoring students through the Posse Scholars Program. Currently, Pam works most closely with students from the local area and those considering transfer admission. She considers herself fortunate to have experienced Centre as a student, alumnus, staff and now parent. Her family includes many Centre alums and she is delighted that the tradition has continued. Pam is a native of Northern Kentucky.
File last updated: 11/16/16
David Dewitt returned to Centre College in 1997 after having worked at two other colleges. He works with students from what he refers to as rural north-central Kentucky which includes a swath from Oldham and Henry Counties to Anderson County and all of Ohio. David graduated from Centre in 1983 with a double major in Psychology and Dramatic Arts and briefly spent some time in Hollywood attempting to put that Drama degree to practical use. He currently serves as the President of the Kentucky Association for College Admission Counseling. He comes from rural north-central Kentucky himself, having grown up in Owen County.
File last updated: 8/26/16
Anne joined the Office of Admission team in August of 2017. She works with students from Lexington, Kentucky as well as with students from North Carolina, South Carolina, and Eastern Tennessee.
An alumnus of the College, Anne graduated in 2012 with a Bachelor of Arts in English. She went on to earn a Master of Science in Journalism degree from Northwestern University in 2014.
She returned to Centre in 2015, working first as the Interim Communications Fellow and then moving into the role of Assistant Director of Residence Life from 2015-17. After her first full year of work at Centre, she was awarded the Rookie of the Year Award For Excellence in Service.
Anne currently serves as Centre’s Staff Congress President and she is also a member of the Bicentennial Executive Committee and the College’s Budget Taskforce. In the community, Anne is a member of the Kentucky Educational Television Friends Board.
Anne is originally from Lexington, Kentucky.
GiAnna Gray graduated from Centre College in 2018 with a B.A. in Spanish. A native of Boston, Massachusetts, GiAnna came to Centre as a Posse Scholar and was a member of the cheerleading team all four years. In addition, she was involved in Greek Life and a student athletic trainer for the men’s soccer team. Her geographic territories include Western Kentucky, Indiana, Illinois, and Florida.
Adriana Martin joined Centre College’s admission team as an Admissions Fellow in 2017, and became admission counselor and coordinator of diversity recruitment in 2018. She is also the Spanish-speaking contact for prospective students. She works with students from Alaska, California, Oregon, Washington, and Jefferson County, Ky.
Adriana graduated from Centre in 2017 with a Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology/Sociology and Spanish, and recently conducted independent sociolinguistics research on identity formation among first generation latinos. She is a former staff member for the Kentucky Governor’s Scholars Program. Adriana grew up in Hawthorne, California.
Sara Morency graduated from Centre College in 2016 with a BA in Sociology/ Anthropology. Sara came to Centre from Lowell, Mass., as a Posse Scholar and joined the Bonner Scholar Program on campus spring of her first-year. She had the opportunity to address her graduating class as a speaker at Honors Convocation. Her geographic territory includes Nashville, Memphis, and Chattanooga, Tenn., along with Alabama, Arkansas, Louisiana, Maine, Massachusetts, Mississippi, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Vermont.
file last updated:9/7/18
Annie Murphy joined Centre’s admission team in 2013 and works with international applicants, as well as students in Arizona, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, New Mexico, Utah, and students who are homeschooled. She graduated from Centre in 2004 and earned her MA at the University of Chicago. She has worked in the admission field since 2008, and has previous experience as a high school and middle school teacher. She is a former faculty member for Kentucky’s Governor’s Scholars Program. Annie grew up in Louisville, Kentucky.
File last updated: 8/26/16
Susie Saffari joined the Office of Admission in 2018 as an admission fellow. Susie graduated from Centre in 2018 with a Bachelor of Arts in Spanish and anthropology/sociology. During her time on campus as a student, Susie was involved with the After School Program as a tutor, New Student Orientation as an Orientation Leader, and the Greek Life Community. Susie was also active with the Office of Admission all four years of college as a tour guide, lunch host, and senior interviewer. Susie is originally from Lexington, Kentucky.
Her territories include Iowa, Kansas, Michigan, Minnesota, Nebraska, New Jersey, New York, South Dakota, Texas, Virginia, and Wisconsin. She is also admission counselor for Eastern Kentucky.