Tianna ClarkAssistant Hall Director of Olson Hall
Living in close community with people is a unique experience that results in changed lives. Olson Hall is a place where lives are shared, stories are heard, and tradition thrives. Being a part of Olson Hall means participating in a community that seeks to live out their faith by working diligently to pursue education, intentional conversations, and all aspects of everyday life together.
Olson Hall has recently become my new home. I graduated from Huntington University in 2013 with a Social Work degree. I was very involved in residence life and served as a resident assistant for two years and a student mentor for incoming freshmen.
Throughout my college experience, my love for intentional community grew. I learned so much about myself through my interactions with others. God has led me to the MAHE (Master of Arts in Higher Education) program at Taylor where I am the assistant hall director in Olson Hall. I am extremely excited to work with the women of Olson Hall: to learn all of the traditions, to listen to their stories, and to have fun! I hope to be a person that the women of Olson can come and talk to about life.
My hope for Olson Hall is it will be a thriving community where God is put first and other people are selflessly loved. I am continually challenged as I learn to live and interact with others around me. I am excited for the opportunity to live in community with the Olson women!