Students enjoy the brand new T-2 Residence Hall

Jason Langston

Jason Langston is the Director of the Department of Housing and Residence Life (HRL) at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University-Prescott Campus. He is a native of Peoria, AZ. After completing his Bachelor of Science in Microbiology (Pre-Health Emphasis) from Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff, Langston decided it was time for a change in career paths.  He moved to Blacksburg, Virginia where he completed his Master of Arts in Educational Leadership and Policy Studies at Virginia Tech.

Langston is an expert at developing departmental vision, and shares his leadership skill through national student development organizations. He is a member of American College Personnel Association (ACPA); Association of College & University Housing Officers - International (ACUHO-I); NASPA – Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education; and Association of Intermountain Housing Officers (AIMHO).

He currently resides in Prescott Valley with his wife Shar, his daughters Olivia and Maryanne, Samantha, and his son, James.

Jason can be contacted at

Fun fact: Langston is an Eagle Scout.

Justin Munz

Justin Munz is the Assistant Director of Housing Operations in the Department of Housing and Residence Life.  A native of Emporium, PA, Munz holds a Bachelor of Science in Chemistry from Thiel College, and a Master of Science in Education degree in Counseling with a specialization in Student Affairs and Leadership from Youngstown State University.  Before coming to ERAU, Munz worked in Housing and Residence Life at universities on the east coast.  He is an active member of the Association of College & University Housing Officers – International (ACUHO-I) and the Association of Intermountain Housing Officers (AIMHO). He also serves as the advisor for the Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity on campus.

Justin can be contacted at

Fun Fact: Justin is a proud brother of the Delta Sigma Phi Fraternity, enjoys trying new foods and spending time outdoors.

Beatrice Taylor

Beatrice “Bea” Taylor is the Administrative Assistant to the Department of Housing and Residence Life. A native of Switzerland, Bea is fluent in German and her native “Swiss-German.” Bea comes to ERAU with an extensive background in customer service, office management and administrative support.

She lived for 16 years in Monterey, California and then for 18 years in Puyallup, Washington. Prior to coming to ERAU, her career included Office Services Manager at the Monterey Institute of International Studies and for the past 16 years she worked as a licensed Realtor in Pierce County, WA. Bea has a keen understanding how housing can directly affect the well-being of a person. As Administrative Assistant to Housing and Residence Life her commitment and support to the ERAU students and community is second to none.

Bea is a proud mom of two adult children, her daughter Kylah and her son Dorian.

Bea can be reached at

Fun Fact: Bea (pronounced Baya) loves to travel and has an extensive shell collection from the beaches she has visited during her travels.

Deborah L. Williams

Deborah L. Williams is the Housing Coordinator for the Department of Housing and Residence Life. Originally from Denver, Colorado, Williams lived in California for a number of years before completing the Paralegal program at the University of Nevada Las Vegas. Prior to coming to Embry-Riddle, she was a paralegal for eleven years. Williams plays a vital role in housing, as she is responsible for managing all of the room assignments for first year students, transfers and returning students after the room selection process concludes.

Williams has two teenage daughters, Montana and Morgan, and an adult son, Scott.

She can be contacted at

Fun fact: Williams goes by “Debbie” in the office, and enjoys camping and being outdoors. 

Chelsey Johnson

Chelsey Johnson currently serves as the Area Coordinator for the Thumb Buttes Complex (T1) and the Village Complex at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University- Prescott Campus. Chelsey is a native Arizonan, growing up in Tucson where she completed a Bachelor of Science in Retailing and Consumer Sciences at the University of Arizona. Since her move to Prescott, she is pursuing a Masters of Management Degree with Embry-Riddle Worldwide.

Chelsey has experience in university student affairs, large scale event planning, nonprofit management, and property management. In her current role, she is responsible for an Assistant Area Coordinator and several Resident Assistants to support and impact the lives of students living on Campus. Chelsey enjoys working with colleagues, students, and families to make the College Experience successful, memorable, and fun.

Chelsey can be reached at

Fun Fact: Chelsey served as the collegiate mascot, Wilma T Wildcat, of the University of Arizona from 2015-2017.

Steven Martz

Steven Martz is the Area Coordinator for Mingus Mountain Residence Halls (Halls 1-5). He joins us from Hopewell Junction New York. Steven received his Bachelor's degree in Industrial Technology Management from SUNY Canton. While at SUNY Canton he was a Resident Assistant for three years in an all freshmen building. After leaving Canton, Steven went on to be a Residential Counselor for three years at Green Chimneys a residential therapeutic program for children with special needs.

Steven can be reached at

Fun Fact: Steven was part of his school’s Student Steel Bridge Competition. Where they would construct the best type of bridge depending on the specifications given. Each of the bridges had to hold 2,500 pounds and be judged in other categories as well.

V Flegenheimer

Veronica “V” Flegenheimer currently serves as the Area Coordinator for the Thumb Butte Complex at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University- Prescott Campus. Veronica is native of Cleveland, Ohio. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Design from California State University, Long Beach. She is currently working on her Master of Arts in Higher Educational Leadership with a graduation date of Fall 2022. V spent the last decade traveling the country as a designer and evolving her leadership style and passion for developing those she worked with.

In her current role, V is responsible for a small staff of Resident Assistants and an Assistant Area Coordinator that facilitates a happy and healthy living environment for every student by advising and mentoring.

V can be reached at

Fun fact: V has lived in the four different time zones with her husband across the country and plans in the future to live in Alaskan Standard Time and Hawaii-Aleutian Standard Time to complete their bucket list.