2018-2019 Members

We are once again blessed with an amazing group of AmeriCorps members this year.

Here are our Full Time Members:

Chloe Deardurff

Program Coordinator
Advanced Skills & Entrepreneurship


Margaret Long

Program Coordinator
El Campito Child Development Center

Maggie serves at El Campito, where she runs the Literacy Corps Tutoring Program and assists in the preschool classrooms. Maggie was born and raised in a suburb of the Windy City. She ventured to Indiana to attend college at Saint Mary's. Maggie studied Communicative Sciences and Disorders. She loves to play golf with her family, drink McDonalds Diet Coke, and attend Notre Dame football games with her friends. 


Jenae Longenecker

Program Coordinator
Moreau College Initiative

Jenae is a recent graduate of Goshen College, where she studied history and peace studies. While at Goshen, she took an Inside Out course at the Elkhart County Jail and worked on a community research project with the Elkhart County Reentry Initiative. In doing this work, Jenae became interested in questions of racial justice and mass incarceration in the United States. This year, Jenae is excited to be serving with the Moreau College Initiative, a college-in-prison partnership between Holy Cross College, the University of Notre Dame, and the Bard Prison Initiative. Jenae directly engages students at the Westville Correctional Facility, facilitating study hall sessions and helping incarcerated college students with their research and writing. She is also excited about planning an exhibit showcasing the work of MCI students. Outside of MCI, Jenae enjoys literature, theater, visual arts, holidays, and coffee. Following her year of AmeriCorps service, she intends to pursue a career in legal aid. 


Celine Marcos

Program Coordinator
Notre Dame Center for Arts & Culture


Samantha Musleh

ENL Preschool Coordinator
Literacy Programs


Leslie Omeeboh

Program Director
Take Ten Programs


Emily Sullivan

Community Volunteer Coordinator
Boys & Girls Club


Ashley Uphoff

Deputy Director
Take Ten Programs


Ashley is one of the current Deputy Directors of the Take Ten Program and AmeriCorps Member at the Robinson Center. She is a recent graduate from the College of St. Benedict, which is a liberal arts school in Minnesota where Take Ten is also taught. She studied social science and education and hopes to pursue a graduate degree in political science and education policy research. In the past, she has worked in politics, business, nonprofit sector, research, and higher education.