Mandie Greiwe (Gry-Vee) joined the Marian University community as the founding director of the Personalized Learning Center in July of 2022. Prior to becoming a Marian Knight, she has had the opportunity to work within disability offices at Purdue University, the University of Notre Dame, and Emory University over the last 10 years. Mandie enjoys having conversations with faculty, staff and students around accessibility being a shared responsibility and is excited to continue building collaborative relationships around the Marian and greater Indianapolis community. Mandie also has a passion for learning and engaging with assistive technology and digital accessibility initiatives, as well as Universal Design for Learning principles.
In her free time, Mandie enjoys reading any type of book (Harry Potter is her go-to), watching the same Disney movies on repeat, spending time with her husband, kiddos and dog (Atticus Finch), or catching up on a random podcast or re-watching an episode of The Office.
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