Trisha earned her B.A. in Family and Child Studies at Montclair State University and throughout her career as a Judicial Officer went on to earn her M.A. in Justice Administration and Public Service from the College of Saint Elizabeth. Being a first generation college student, Trisha was supported by many departments and employment opportunities that played an essential role in her success leading to a career in Higher Education as an Admission’s Counselor and First Year Housing Coordinator for Bloomfield College from 2008-2012. It was then when she realized how impactful and relatable her college experience was to other students exploring their futures and wanted to advise them as best as possible throughout their next chapter in life. However, her undergraduate experience as a Resident Assistant led to a fun career living in the Residence Halls at the College of Saint Elizabeth with college students transitioning into adulthood as the Director of Residence Life from 2010-2018.
She is a strong believer in women empowerment and loves mentoring young females throughout their college journey with her involvement within her sorority, as a former Academic Director and current officer of the Judicial Honor Conclave. Outside of school, Trisha recently just relocated to Burlington County where she spends time with her husband traveling, cooking, and enjoying their new home. Fun Fact: Trisha hosted a late night Hip Hop and R&B radio talk show at Montclair State University. She also has an obsession with Mermaids and Peacocks.