Julie Dill, LPC
Julie joined Radford University in August 2013. Her primary role is to provide educational programming, advocacy, and counseling services to students on issues of sexual violence and substance abuse.
Julie received her Bachelor of Science in Psychology and her Master of Arts in Professional Counseling from Central Michigan University.
Samantha Wilhelmi, LCSW
Alcohol and Other Drug Counselor
Samantha joined Radford University in December 2017. She provides substance use assessments and individual and group counseling to students who may be dealing with substance use issues. She also supervises Master level interns in their field placement with the RU Aware Program.
Samantha received her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Sociology and her Masters of Social Work from The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Abigail Meier, CHES
Abbie joined Radford University and the SAVES department in January of 2018. Her primary role as health educator is to coordinate health education and promotion efforts for the student body. Abbie works to build collaborative relationships between various health promoting departments of the university as well as with community partners. She also serves as advisor to the Peer Health Educators (PHEs)
Abbie is a Certified Health Education Specialist (CHES) and received her Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences with a concentration in Public Health from James Madison University.
Amanda joined the SAVES department in June 2016. Her primary role is to provide administrative and office management support to the SAVES office.