Commuter Life Team

George Fox University is intentional about engaging and equipping commuter students with resources for their academic journey. Almost half of the undergraduate population commutes to campus. This is a significant portion of our community, and we have a team in place to serve you. We strive to help every commuter feel known at George Fox. If you would like to set up a time to get to know a member of the team, simply email commuterlife@georgefox.edu

Professional Staff

Hometown: Huntington, Indiana  
Degrees Earned: B.S. in Youth Ministry in 2009 from Huntington University M.A. in Higher Education with a concentration in Student Affairs, 2015 from Upper Iowa University
Why are you working for Fox as the Director of Commuter Life?
Great question, I’m glad you asked! I love working with college students to help them feel connected with others and supported in their academic journey. College is such a transformational time and it is important to have people around you supporting you along the way. My ultimate desire is for God to use my skills and gifts to serve students here at Fox. If you are a commuter, I am excited to get to know you and journey this this year with you.

Student Team

Ashlee Vos

Ashlee Vos
Commuter Life Coordinator

Hometown: Phoenix, Oregon
Major: Accounting
Class standing: Senior
Favorite place to study on campus: Bruin Den ALL DAY

Why I wanted to be the Commuter Life Coordinator:
I wanted to be the Commuter Life Coordinator because I think it is so important for students to feel like they have a community, even if they don’t live on campus and have floor events and area programs. It is my hope to help the rest of the Commuter Life team plan and implement relevant commuter programs that help commuters connect with each other and feel valued and important as a George Fox student.

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Kameron Olsen
Commuter Assistant

Hometown: Thermopolis, Wyoming
Major: Cinematic Arts
Class standing: Junior
Favorite place to study on campus: The Foxhole

Why I wanted to be a Commuter Assistant: 
Deciding to be a Commuter Assistant was largely based in order to build and integrate commuters into a community that encourages creating relationships with one another and supporting their own relationship with themselves. I have a passion for people, and an even larger passion for cultivating personal growth. I understand how difficult it can be to connect with people, especially as a commuter, and seek to help and encourage others to be a part of the community that is George Fox University.

Catherine Higgins

Catherine Higgins
Commuter Assistant

Hometown: Newberg, Oregon
Major: Double-major in Graphic Design and Illustration
Favorite place to study on campus: Outside! Or in the Bridge Cafe

Why I wanted to be a Commuter Assistant
Last year, I quickly realized the importance of seeking out community on campus. It won't always come to you; you have to do your part to find it. However, the commuter life team did a wonderful job of making community easier for me to find. This year, I want to do my part to give back to Commuter Life and witness how God will work through our team this year.

Anya Sirker

Anya Sirker
Commuter Assistant

Hometown: New Orleans, Louisiana
Major: Illustration
Class standing: Junior
Favorite place to study on campus: In the library hidden behind the stacks

Why I wanted to be a Commuter Assistant: 
I want to reach out to the commuters and make them feel connected to campus life while further integrating myself into Fox society. I think this is a great role to not only be a voice for the commuters but also a friend for anyone who needs it. It’s my goal to build authentic relationships with students and make sure they have a safe, comfortable space on campus.

Shea Krevi

Shea Krevi
Commuter Assistant

Hometown: Sisters, Oregon
Major: Business and Christian Ministry
Class standing: Senior
Favorite place to study on campus: The Amphitheater! (When it is dry and sunny at least) 

Why I wanted to be a Commuter Assistant:
Close relationships are such an important piece of college. Everyone should have the opportunity to connect with a community, especially in this time of life, and I wanted to be a CA to walk alongside students who may find it difficult to get connected. I want to advocate for the importance of setting aside time to get to know those around you. There are almost 7.5 billion people in this world, and It is said that in our lifetime we will really only meet/interact with/befriend 80,000. The people around you really matter and are there for a reason. I want to encourage commuters to be optimistic in engaging Fox culture. There are people here who care and want you to feel welcome! 2018-19 school year, here we come!