Mrs. Renee Voth
Schafer Center Administrative Coordinator
B.A. Ohio University
Why I love my job: I love being the first point of contact at Lawrence for the families that reach out to the Schafer Center. I strive to make them feel comfortable and at ease, knowing they've found a place that will help answer their questions.
An accomplishment I’m proud of: In October 2014, I organized and executed my first community education event at Lawrence. I had never done anything like it before, but Dr. Schafer had so much confidence in me. With a lot of help from my colleagues (and new friends), the presentations went perfectly, and those that attended were so appreciative! I've been managing community education events ever since.
Something others don’t know about me: I can play the flute and enjoy classical music. I played in my school's symphonic band from 5th grade until I graduated and participated in marching band in high school.
Spotted off-campus: I love to spend my time with my husband, daughter, and our boxer! We enjoy going on walks together and playing in our backyard.
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