Robert Moore North
Robert Moore North is home to the Well House, a substance-free undergraduate residential community and experience based on the theme of wellness. Our house provides an environment for students to learn and practice holistic approaches to physical, mental, and emotional health. The values of the substance-free community are connection, equity, belonging, authenticity, and vulnerability and humility.
Corey Lamb transferred to Stanford in 2019 as an undergraduate from Fullerton Community College. As a Jack Kent Cooke Undergraduate Transfer Scholar, he was always finding ways to give back to the university. Corey was very involved in the collegiate recovery program, Cardinal Recovery. He also served on the leadership team for the Well House, the Board of Judicial Affairs, and the Disability Advocacy Committee. He conferred his bachelor’s degree in Sociology in 2022 and has worked since as the Collegiate Recovery Coordinator in the Office of Substance Use Programs Education and Resources. He is currently working on a master’s in public health degree from the University of Michigan.
Corey identifies as an addict and alcoholic, celebrating nearly nine years of sobriety. In his spare time, Corey helps tutor disabled and neurodivergent students at various colleges, provides mentorship for individuals struggling with substance use and mental health disorders, and enjoys running.
Corey is a full-time single father to his 9-year-old daughter Kasandra Lamb and their 9-year-old adopted dog Richie the Recovery Pup. Out of all of his accomplishments, Corey is most proud that his daughter began and continues to attend elementary school while living on Stanford campus.
Well House (Theme)
We want to create a substance-free undergraduate residential community and experience based on the theme of wellness. This provides an environment for students to learn and practice holistic approaches to physical, mental, and emotional health.