Our Staff

Matthew Fledderjohann has worked as a writing center tutor and writing program administrator for over thirteen years and at four different institutions. He brings to Le Moyne's writing center his enthusiasm for the learning that can happen through one-to-one conversations and his commitment to helping people work through the difficulties of writing and writing instruction. He has an MA in English Literature from DePaul University, and he completed his PhD in Composition and Rhetoric at the University of Wisconsin-Madison where he focused his research on what happens when writers encounter dissonance. His other research interests include writing center theory and pedagogy, writing across the curriculum, and apocalyptic rhetoric.

Peer Writing Tutors

Allia is a senior English (literature) major from Liverpool, New York. She is currently a member of Le Moyne's English and Asian clubs, as well as others. Beyond the Writing Center, Allia enjoys reading, art, and music. She is a lover of language and is looking forward to tutoring this year.


Amayah is a senior from Brooklyn, New York. She is majoring in psychology and minorinig in sociology. She is currently a member of ASU and CSTEP. Amayah spends her free time hanging out with family and friends and listening to music. This year she is looking forward to continuing her work at the writing center.


Deana is a senior biology major and hometown resident of Syracuse. She plans on pursuing a career in the medical field after graduation with either a dual nursing degree from Le Moyne’s graduate program or the Physician’s Assistant program. Outside of school, Deana loves to spend time with animals by volunteering at nearby shelters and doggie daycare centers. She enjoys painting, drawing, and listening to music, as well as going on adventures with her favorite Frenchies, Nugget and Indie. This year, Deana is most excited about meeting new students in the Writing Center and being able to share her knowledge and experiences.


Diana is a junior psychology major from Queens, New York. She is currently a member of CSTEP, Student Government, Orientation Committee, and other clubs on campus. She enjoys journaling and spending time with her best friends and family. This year she is looking forward to encouraging people to visit the writing center.


Joseph is a senior at Le Moyne College with a philosophy and religious studies dual major. He is also a student athlete and a lifeguard. He is currently a member of Tau Sigma and Phi Sigma Tau. His favorite hobby is reading, but he also enjoys hiking. He is anticipating an enjoyable experience as a writing center tutor this academic year.


Kaitlyn is a senior English major with a minor in Advanced Writing. She is from Albany, New York and is currently a tour guide and part of Le Moyne's cheer team. Besides writing, Kaitlyn enjoys listening to music; spending time with family, friends and dogs; and enjoying nature. She has a deep passion and love for English, and is excited to help others love to write.


Kanaan is a senior majoring in English with a concentration in literature. He also works at the registrar's office and is a part of CSTEP. He enjoys writing long form fiction and poetry and is working on a novel. In his free time, he enjoys being with friends and playing video games. He looks forward to doing what he can to help fellow Le Moyne students at the Writing Center!


Mikayla is a senior English major with a minor in Advanced Writing. She is a staff writer for The Dolphin and enjoys writing stories regarding accessibility on campus. Outside of the Writing Center, Mikayla enjoys spending time with family and friends, reading, and watching movies. This fall she is serving as the Writing Center's administrative intern and acting as teaching assistant for a WRT-100 class.  


Mike is a senior cybersecurity major with minors in criminology, risk management, and ethics from Westchester County, New York. Outside of the Writing Center, he works in Campus Ministry and is a tour guide with undergraduate admissions. He is also on the executive board for both the cybersecurity club and sociology club and also serves as a DIVE Day coordinator. During the summer, he works in law enforcement in his home county. He enjoys running and spending time with friends during his free time.

Osa is a senior Political Science major and Criminology Minor from Utica, New York. He is the President of Student Government, a member of Campus Ministry, and a part of many other organizations and clubs across campus. During his free time, Osa likes to spend time with his friends, read, listen to music, or play video games.


Shameela is a junior psychology major from Buffalo, New York. She is currently a member of CSTEP and a resident advisor. She enjoys listening to music and spending time with family and friends. She's looking forward to making new connections on campus this year. 

Interested in joining our team?

We are looking for empathetic students from any discipline who care about writing, a range of ideas, and helping others to join us as writing center tutors. New tutors must first take English 393—a course that explores writing center pedagogy, practice, theory, and research. If you have questions or would like additional information about this, contact Matthew Fledderjohann at fleddema@lemoyne.edu.