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Doris Jackson Munoz has always had the passion to work hard and inspire. She is the Director of Campus Life at Methodist University. Her job consists of programming and planning events to entertain students, leading students through leadership development and overseeing the Greek Life Community and advising the Student Media Department. Her focus is on the social gains of the students. If it's social development or even giving a student an opportunity to make a new friend, Doris strives to make each event memorable. She was awarded the Outstanding Faculty/Staff Award in October 2011 by the Alumni Board at Methodist. Her staff has named her Staff Member of the Year in 2010 and 2011. Her student organization, SAC (Student Activities Committee), has been named in the top three in the nation the past three years by Campus Activities magazine.
Doris graduated from what was then Methodist College and is now Methodist University in May 2006 with a Bachelor's Degree in Physical Education. In May of 2009, she graduated with her Master's Degree in the Art of Teaching with a concentration in Physical Education from the University of North Carolina at Pembroke. She is a member of the local Fayetteville Rotary Club. In the spring of 2010, Doris was accepted to travel abroad with Rotary International as a part of a Group Study Exchange team which went to the West Indies for a month.
In her free time, Doris enjoys spending time at her home with her husband and two dogs, Wilson and Georgia. Robert Munoz, her husband, works at Camp Rockfish. They got married in May of 2012. She enjoys traveling, photography, quilting, and hanging out with her family and friends. When it comes time to plan the next party or event, everyone turns to Doris.
Ryan Bowyer, the Assistant Director of Campus Life, originally hails from a small community outside of Blacksburg, Virginia. He graduated Magna Cum Laude from Emory & Henry College, majoring in History and Middle Eastern/Islamic Studies. While at Emory & Henry, he was a member of the local Greek organization Theta Chi Epsilon. He was awarded the Ogal Preson Crews History Scholarship, annually awarded to the senior with the highest graduating GPA.
After undergraduate school, he attended Radford University, receiving his Masters in Education: Curriculum and Instruction. While at Radford, he was employed as a Resident Director and was the graduate advisor for Pi Lambda Phi. Finally, he was selected by members of the graduate faculty as the most outstanding graduate in the secondary social studies teaching cohort.
When he is not working or going to school, he can usually be found hiking, running, reading, or playing Magic: The Gathering with his family and friends.