Erin Morrison

Erin Morrison (she/her)

Erin Morrison works as the Assistant Director for Student Activities for Leadership Development. She began working with Middlebury College in the fall of 2019. Prior to Middlebury, Erin worked with organizations in Addison County, Vermont that focused on youth and family programs. Outside of work, Erin enjoys life with her daughter doing endless arts and crafts and outdoor adventures.

Natalie Tran

Natalie Tran (she/her)

Hello! My name is Natalie Tran and I am from Pensacola, Florida. I’m a rising senior majoring in Political Science and Education Studies. In my free time, I enjoy cooking, baking, and watching TV. I have been with the Orientation Team since November 2020, and I am super excited to plan another orientation!

Samimah Naiemi

Samimah Naiemi (she/her)

Hello everyone, I am Samimah Naiemi from Afghanistan. I am a rising sophomore feb at Middlebury college. I am very excited to be working as an orientation intern this summer.

Khuslen

Khuslen Otgonbayar (he/him)

My name is Khuslen (AKA Khus) and I’m a senior molecular biology and biochemistry major. I was born and raised in Los Angeles and could not be more happy with my choice of education all the way across the US here in Middlebury, VT. Aside from biology, I love going to the gym, playing guitar or taking advantage of this beautiful green state. I can’t wait to meet all of you and hope to make your transition to college as enjoyable as possible! 

Isabel Lickey

Isabel Lickey (she/her)

Hi! My name is Isabel Lickey and I am a rising senior from Portland, Oregon. I am a philosophy major, psychology minor on the pre-med track. Outside of school, I love to bike, kayak, hike—anything that gets me outside! I’m excited to be working with the Orientation team this summer! 

Cheryl Liu

Cheryl Liu (she/her)

Hi, my name is Cheryl. I am an incoming junior pursuing a double major in philosophy and history. When I am not grinding in a Davis cubicle, you will find me biking, reading, or climbing rocks. My favorite thing about Midd is the people, specifically, how talented, innovative, and supportive everyone is. For me, an ideal day entails soaking up the sun on the Brooker patio while sparking up philosophical debates over a cup of Mate shared amongst friends. On days with nice weather, I enjoy watching squirrels fight over the residual food that they scoured from the trash. By the time I graduate, I hope to have either trained or befriended a squirrel.