Rock Valley College
Rockford, Illinois

Meet Your B.I.T. Members

Lynn Shattuck Lynn Shattuck, Disability Services Coordinator

As Disability Support Services Coordinator at Rock Valley College, Lynn's office is responsible for ensuring that all students with documented disabilities have access to the college's programs, services, and activities. Lynn's educational background includes Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Wisconsin-Stout Vocational Rehabilitation Counseling and a Master of Art degree from Northern Illinois University Communicative Disorders with a specialization in Deafness Rehabilitation Counseling. She is a member of the national Association on Higher Education and Disability (AHEAD), the Illinois/Iowa Chapter of AHEAD and and college's Campus Community Emergency Response Team (C-CERT). 

Lynn_Perkins  Lynn Perkins, Dean of Students

As the Dean of Students, part of Lynn's responsibilities includes efforts to support student rights and responsibilities. The B.I.T. initiative was developed as part of the Emergency Preparedness initiative in the fall of 2009. Lynn encourages students to reach their potential as well as seek resources to improve their decision making skills and resolve conflicts with respect and civility.  Lynn has a Bachelor of Science degree from University Wisconsin-Madison, in Extension Education,  and a Masters of Education in Adult Education from University of Minnesota –Twin Cities.  She is a member of  Association of Student Conduct Administration (ASCA),  National Behavioral Intervention Team Association (NaBita), participates in the Annual Gehring Academy of Student Conduct, and currently serves on the following Rock Valley College committees;   Nonviolence Education & Outreach (NEOC), - Chair, BIT - Chair, Emergency Preparedness Steering Committee, Academic Council, CAO council, Student Development Management Team, and Strategic Enrollment Management Committee – Co-chair (SEMC).  

 

Michael Kravitz- RVC Counselor

 

 LaMc  LaShun McGhee, Dean of Students Specialist

As the BIT Liaison, LaShun helps train staff, faculty, and students on the BIT process.  She is often the initial contact for a student of concern.  She implemented, and manages the BIT Student Leader program with a focus on gaining peer-to-peer awareness and support and leads the BIT marketing efforts.  She also helps with campus outreach, intervention and awareness efforts: safety, interpersonal violence, sexual harassment etc.   Her degree in Psychology and over a decade of experience in residential and outpatient settings with Co-Occurring populations [(Alcohol & Other Drug Addictions (AODA) and Mental Illness & Substance Abuse (MISA)], has been instrumental with the development of the BIT initiative.  Her experience as a Lead Certified Alcohol & Drug Counselor (CADC) having provided individual, family, and group counseling; trained staff in case management and clinical documentation, with expertise in crisis management and prevention.  She is a member of the Association of Student Conduct Administration (ASCA) and  National Behavioral Intervention Team Association (NaBita).  She also serves as Co-Chair, Employee Development (EDC), member of RVC's Nonviolence Education & Outreach (NEOC) and Advisor for Black Student Alliance.

 

Tom_Coe  Tom Coe, Sergeant, RVC Public Safety

 

Tom's Law Enforcement career  began in the Marine Corps as a Military Police Officer and later recruited onto Embassy Duty where I served at the American Embassy Prague Czechoslovakia and Brussels Belgium.  He was hired by Rockford Police Department after his discharge.  He served as a patrol officer, Field training officer, Patrol Sergeant, Swat Officer, Bicycle and K-9 unit supervisor, firearms instructor, Community Services supervisor.  He retired as Lieutenant from Rockford Police Department.  He has served the past five years as platoon leader for a State supported Crowd Control Team, has experience in deployment and dealing with disorderly crowds.  He attended the Police School of Staff and Command at Northwestern, The Police Executive Development School, Western.  Tom has been trained as a critical incident team member dealing with emotionally distraught individuals.