Jim Love, Director of Residence Life
Originally from Minnesota, Jim came to MSM in the summer of 2014. He has previously worked in Housing and Residence Life at a number of institutions including the University of Wisconsin – La Crosse where he received his Bachelor’s Degree in Education, the University of Delaware where he received his Master’s Degree in Higher Education Administration, the University of Alberta, the University of St. Thomas, and St. Olaf College. As the Director of Residence Life, Jim works with the other staff members in Residence Life to oversee all aspects of life in Andersen Hall including creating a community of musicians on each floor, ensuring Andersen Hall is a safe and secure place to live, and assisting students to make the most of their time at MSM. In his spare time, Jim loves watching and playing sports, games of all types (card games, word games, dungeons and dragons), and attending MSM performances. You can usually find him around campus with the rest of his family and is easily spotted while walking Bubs!, his large black dog.
Justino Gordon, Coordinator of Residence Life
Alum of MSM (BM 2013) and emerging artist as a young Opera singer, Justino Gordon is also the Coordinator or Residence Life. On top of his very deep passion for cultures, languages, and the arts, he also loves engaging with students; helping them acclimate to the city and to their new lives at the Manhattan School of Music. While an MSM student, friends, teachers, faculty, and administrative staff all contributed to providing Justino with a rich and invaluable education, as well as unforgettable and formative experiences. Justino is very excited to now be in a position to give back that same high quality of formative experiences and aid to all those lucky enough to call MSM “Home”. He welcomes you all to our incredible family!
Joe Liberatore, Residence Life Intern
Joe Liberatore attends Teachers College, Columbia University, where he is studying for a Master's degree in Higher and Postsecondary Education. His concentration is in institutional organization and leadership. He recently graduated from Philadelphia's Temple University where he earned his Bachelor's degree in Art History. Following graduation, he moved to Boston, Massachusetts where he volunteered at a boat house. In this role, Joe assisted inpatient veterans who suffered from non-visible wounds find an athletic and active outlet. Joe's interests include architectural history and design, aviation, young adult fiction, politics, and travel.
6th Floor – Ana Garcia Caraballos (Classical Saxophone, DMA)
7th Floor – Chris Jones (Double Bass, ’17) & Tiffany Poon (Piano, ’16)
8th Floor – Sarah “Cat” Schultz (Voice, ’17) & Sam Torres (Jazz Saxophone, ’16)
9th Floor – Corbin Castro (French Horn, ’16) & Julia Levinson (Voice ’18)
11th Floor – Christa Dalmazio (Voice, ’16) & Roan Ma (Violin, ’16)
12th Floor – Kathy Wang (Piano MM, ’16)
13th Floor – Evan Henke (Voice MM, ‘16
14th Floor – Viktoria Falcone (Voice, ’17)
15th Floor – Agness Nyama (Voice, ’16)
16th Floor – Andrew Jurden (Voice, ’17)