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Sarah Bird is a born and raised Hoosier but spent the last ten years in Memphis and Knoxville, Tennessee. She recently returned to her Indiana roots to be closer to family while also pursuing a career. During her time studying at Purdue University, she was offered the opportunity to work in events with the Alumni Relations and Development departments of the College of Liberal Arts.

She put her career on hold to start a family and is currently a proud mama to two boys, Isaiah and Mason. Sarah has a passion for events and loves the organization and details associated with the planning and execution of them.

She is excited to begin her new role as the On-Campus Events and Recruitment Coordinator and looks forward to watching events come to fruition while also building relationships with employers, faculty, staff, and students. Sarah loves ethnic food; her favorite is Mediterranean. She loves to read, sing, spend time outside, try new restaurants, and spend time with family and friends. What did you want to be when you grew up? I wanted to be a pediatric cardiologist.

I suffered from a heart condition for most of my childhood and my pediatric cardiologist touched my heart literally and figuratively. In reality, college science classes changed my mind and I chose to pursue education in the communications field instead and have not been disappointed with that decision. While attending Messiah, Sara got involved in the Student Activities Board and developed a love for student affairs. After graduating, Sara enrolled at Taylor University in Upland, IN to get her Masters in Higher Education and Student Development where she worked as a Graduate Assistant in student programs working with student government, conference planning, and executing concerts and dances.

Sara loves Indian food, supporting underrepresented students, talking and reading about movies, writing and researching, and all things Harry Potter.

Aaron comes from Indianapolis, Indiana where he spent most of his high school years closely involved with music. His work with his music students inspired him to pursue a career where he could help students full-time. Now a graduate student, Aaron is working on his degree in Counseling to become a professional Career Coach. In his spare time, Aaron enjoys playing saxophone, guitar, video games, and occasionally skateboarding.

In her spare time, Sarah Cady enjoys spending time with her family and friends, laughing, cooking, and sometimes laughing at her cooking.

Maria grew up 20 minutes outside of Washington, D. She transferred to James Madison University in , and graduated with her B. Prior to her career in higher education, Maria worked by day as an editor at a D. Marcia grew up in Georgia, where she enjoyed peaches, pecans, fishing and lots of sports.

Marcia planned to spend her career as a newspaper reporter, but loved all that IU offered and has worked as a proposal writer, orientation coordinator, career services director and now, a career coach. She loves coaching students, and working with staff, faculty and alumni.

She also likes naps, spending time with family and friends, traveling and trying new cuisines. Randi is a proud product of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. She received her undergraduate degree in music education with a concentration in trombone and subsequently taught music at various schools in Texas, Pennsylvania, and Minnesota.

After settling in Bloomington in and vowing never to move again , she worked in a research center in the School of Education at IU. She is extremely excited to work with students on their career development in the Walter Center for Career Achievement. In her free time, Randi likes to run, cook, and spend time with her family.

Yasmin also earned an M. Yasmin is committed to initiatives that focus on equity, justice, diversity and inclusion throughout college and the local community.

In her free time, Yasmin likes to work out, try new foods, and go on road trips. She went on to pursue an MA in Latin American Development and sought professional opportunities in grass roots international development. After serving as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Ukraine, Laura returned to the US and had the opportunity to work with college campuses and students as recruiter.

It was then that she decided to shift her career to one in higher education. Growing up, Laura had dreams of becoming a veterinarian by day and astronaut by night. Once she accepted that she would need to pick, she focused on defining her strengths — learning about animal behavior through persistent training of her childhood dog, Mathias, and spending a week at Space Camp.

These goals evolved and changed throughout her life. Kimberly was born in Massachusetts, but moved from east to west coast multiple times in her formative years, also living in California and Virginia. A lifelong learner who loves adventure, Kimberly seeks new challenges and opportunities to grow. She enjoys spending time with family, cooking, camping, reading, working out, volunteering and spending time with her labs. Michael hails from Nashville where he never learned to like country music.

He did his undergraduate work in the mountains of Southwest Virginia getting his degree in Spanish: During this time, he studied abroad in Costa Rica where he spent his weekends getting sunburnt, and in Peru where he got to hang out with ocelots in the Amazon. After graduation he moved to Puerto Rico and taught English at an elementary school. After two years of eating mofongo, he returned to Music City for hot chicken and sweet tea. To pay for this good food, he worked in retail and taught English to adults.

Through one of these ESL connections, Michael had the opportunity to move to Bhutan where he was the reading instructor at a private school in Thimphu. Michael spent his weekdays studying and teaching English Composition. His weekends and vacations were spent hiking through the desert and camping under the stars.

After graduation, Michael moved back to Nashville where he was an adjunct English teacher at a community college and worked at the corporate office for a Fortune company. Two roads diverged in a wood, and I— I took the one less traveled by, And that has made all the difference. Braden is a born and raised Hoosier. It all started with his IU-themed birth announcement, then a mere 22 years later, he graduated from IU with a degree in marketing. As a student, he played intramural basketball, volleyball, and ultimate Frisbee, and was involved with CRU.

Braden loves spending time with his wife, playing basketball, parenting a kitten named Cisco Ramon, and watching any and all Hoosier athletics.

Rosemarie is from Los Angeles, CA. Currently, she is a Ph. She is a former higher education administrator with eight years of experience in grant program management; fellowship advising and coordination; graduate recruitment; and institutional research and assessment. Her research interest is in student finance and college affordability; specifically the relationship between social-cultural-economic capital and student loan debt among undergraduate students.

For Angela, being a Career Educator holds a special double meaning. She has both spent her entire career as an educator of some variety… and she is currently educating about careers! Angela is amused that her teaching career began with her hometown Tot-Lot program helping preschoolers learn how to cut and walk with scissors, and now she finds herself helping college students explore and get cut out for their careers.

Along the way, Angela worked with many students of many ages on their communication skills: She has also taught education courses, supervised student teachers, and maintains a keen interest in PK education issues. Employers want them, and Angela knows how to help students connect the dots.

Angela teaches classes, coaches students, and enjoys being present with students when they contemplate and explore possibilities for their futures. Joe has also worked as a career advisor and career course lecturer.

Ophelia is a born and raised Hoosier, originally from Warsaw, Indiana. She is a junior studying Nutrition Science with a minor in Chemistry. She is on a pre-med track, with hopes to become a pediatrician. In addition, she serves as the social media intern for the Walter Center. During her free time, you can find Ophelia at the gym, spending time with friends, or binging on cookie dough ice cream at your local ice cream parlor.

Amanda is originally from Palm Springs, California. Amanda is new to Indiana University but is excited to be here! Amanda loves spending time with her family and friends, going to musicals and symphonies, trying new foods, reading, and traveling with her husband.

After leaving Bloomington for a few years to work in Student Activities and Orientation, Staci returned with her husband, Ron, to begin her professional career at IU in career services. Staci is passionate about creating partnerships with employers to help students gain career opportunities. She has significant experience helping employers create new and innovative internship opportunities. What did you want to be when you were growing up? I wanted to be a pilot.

I loved the idea of flying all over the world having adventures. I loved the view from an airplane window and the feeling my stomach got when the wheels came off the ground! She also works at the Lilly Library in conservation where she restores old books and artifacts. She has a passion for social justice which is why she chose to major in social work and also loves working with people and helping others.

She is minoring in Studio Art mostly because she has always loved drawing and it is a stress-reliever for her. For fun, she enjoys playing video games, hiking, drawing, baking, and hanging out with friends and family. Jenna grew up on a cattle ranch in a small town in the great state of Idaho. After graduation, Jenna worked in a nonprofit organization in Connecticut as a mental health counselor. Before relocating to Indiana, she was very fortunate to work with the military in Southern California as a Military and Family Life Counselor.

Jenna is thrilled to be a part of the Walter Center for Career Achievement and working with students along their exciting career journey. She enjoys the outdoors, traveling, anything related to Harry Potter, and spending time with her dog, Gracie, and husband, Josh.

He has lived internationally in Africa for 5 years working in developing countries including Nigeria, South Sudan, and Uganda. After returning from Africa in April he found career coaching to be a great fit for his interests and experiences. Will is excited to continue to have an impact on the world around him by helping students with their career development and discovering their passions.

He has been married to Theresa for 10 years and has a little girl, Ellie.

It was then that she decided to shift her career to one in higher education. Growing up, Laura had dreams of becoming a veterinarian by day and astronaut by night. Once she accepted that she would need to pick, she focused on defining her strengths — learning about animal behavior through persistent training of her childhood dog, Mathias, and spending a week at Space Camp.

These goals evolved and changed throughout her life. Kimberly was born in Massachusetts, but moved from east to west coast multiple times in her formative years, also living in California and Virginia. A lifelong learner who loves adventure, Kimberly seeks new challenges and opportunities to grow. She enjoys spending time with family, cooking, camping, reading, working out, volunteering and spending time with her labs. Michael hails from Nashville where he never learned to like country music.

He did his undergraduate work in the mountains of Southwest Virginia getting his degree in Spanish: During this time, he studied abroad in Costa Rica where he spent his weekends getting sunburnt, and in Peru where he got to hang out with ocelots in the Amazon. After graduation he moved to Puerto Rico and taught English at an elementary school. After two years of eating mofongo, he returned to Music City for hot chicken and sweet tea. To pay for this good food, he worked in retail and taught English to adults.

Through one of these ESL connections, Michael had the opportunity to move to Bhutan where he was the reading instructor at a private school in Thimphu. Michael spent his weekdays studying and teaching English Composition. His weekends and vacations were spent hiking through the desert and camping under the stars. After graduation, Michael moved back to Nashville where he was an adjunct English teacher at a community college and worked at the corporate office for a Fortune company.

Two roads diverged in a wood, and I— I took the one less traveled by, And that has made all the difference. Braden is a born and raised Hoosier. It all started with his IU-themed birth announcement, then a mere 22 years later, he graduated from IU with a degree in marketing. As a student, he played intramural basketball, volleyball, and ultimate Frisbee, and was involved with CRU. Braden loves spending time with his wife, playing basketball, parenting a kitten named Cisco Ramon, and watching any and all Hoosier athletics.

Rosemarie is from Los Angeles, CA. Currently, she is a Ph. She is a former higher education administrator with eight years of experience in grant program management; fellowship advising and coordination; graduate recruitment; and institutional research and assessment. Her research interest is in student finance and college affordability; specifically the relationship between social-cultural-economic capital and student loan debt among undergraduate students. For Angela, being a Career Educator holds a special double meaning.

She has both spent her entire career as an educator of some variety… and she is currently educating about careers! Angela is amused that her teaching career began with her hometown Tot-Lot program helping preschoolers learn how to cut and walk with scissors, and now she finds herself helping college students explore and get cut out for their careers. Along the way, Angela worked with many students of many ages on their communication skills: She has also taught education courses, supervised student teachers, and maintains a keen interest in PK education issues.

Employers want them, and Angela knows how to help students connect the dots. Angela teaches classes, coaches students, and enjoys being present with students when they contemplate and explore possibilities for their futures. Joe has also worked as a career advisor and career course lecturer.

Ophelia is a born and raised Hoosier, originally from Warsaw, Indiana. She is a junior studying Nutrition Science with a minor in Chemistry. She is on a pre-med track, with hopes to become a pediatrician.

In addition, she serves as the social media intern for the Walter Center. During her free time, you can find Ophelia at the gym, spending time with friends, or binging on cookie dough ice cream at your local ice cream parlor.

Amanda is originally from Palm Springs, California. Amanda is new to Indiana University but is excited to be here! Amanda loves spending time with her family and friends, going to musicals and symphonies, trying new foods, reading, and traveling with her husband. After leaving Bloomington for a few years to work in Student Activities and Orientation, Staci returned with her husband, Ron, to begin her professional career at IU in career services.

Staci is passionate about creating partnerships with employers to help students gain career opportunities. She has significant experience helping employers create new and innovative internship opportunities. What did you want to be when you were growing up? I wanted to be a pilot. I loved the idea of flying all over the world having adventures.

I loved the view from an airplane window and the feeling my stomach got when the wheels came off the ground! She also works at the Lilly Library in conservation where she restores old books and artifacts. She has a passion for social justice which is why she chose to major in social work and also loves working with people and helping others. She is minoring in Studio Art mostly because she has always loved drawing and it is a stress-reliever for her. For fun, she enjoys playing video games, hiking, drawing, baking, and hanging out with friends and family.

Jenna grew up on a cattle ranch in a small town in the great state of Idaho. After graduation, Jenna worked in a nonprofit organization in Connecticut as a mental health counselor. Before relocating to Indiana, she was very fortunate to work with the military in Southern California as a Military and Family Life Counselor.

Jenna is thrilled to be a part of the Walter Center for Career Achievement and working with students along their exciting career journey. She enjoys the outdoors, traveling, anything related to Harry Potter, and spending time with her dog, Gracie, and husband, Josh.

He has lived internationally in Africa for 5 years working in developing countries including Nigeria, South Sudan, and Uganda. After returning from Africa in April he found career coaching to be a great fit for his interests and experiences. Will is excited to continue to have an impact on the world around him by helping students with their career development and discovering their passions.

He has been married to Theresa for 10 years and has a little girl, Ellie. He enjoys the outdoors, reading, and IU sports. Derrick is a true Hoosier originally from Indianapolis, Indiana. He attended Indiana State University for his degrees B. Derrick is an emerging Student Affairs professional with extensive experience in program development, conflict resolution, residential life, and admissions. Highly effective in working with students across difference and advocating for equitable resources for marginalized populations.

A proven leader and established blogger for issues and topics that impact the Student Affairs global community. Derrick would like to pursue a PhD in the future. During his time out of the office, Derrick enjoys practicing self-care by running, spending time with family and friends, and making coffee as a Barista at Starbucks.

His favorite beverage is the Pink Drink. She was honored to serve as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Romania where she worked as an English teacher. Vicki also taught high school dance classes and assisted with care of disabled infants and toddlers at an orphanage. Upon returning to the U. In her role as Peace Corps Strategic Recruiter, Vicki is excited to share her passion for cultural exchange with IU students and the Bloomington community.

Returning to her Midwest roots in , Vicki happily settled in Bloomington where she found the ideal mix of cultural, educational, and volunteer opportunities. She enjoys attending cultural events and visiting her daughter, Morgan an IU alum in Philadelphia. During her time in undergrad Rachel discovered the realm of student affairs immediately while working in Orientation and First Year Experience Programs and ultimately decided to pursue a career in the field.

While in graduate school at IU, Rachel completed an assistantship in residence life as well as a practicum and internship with the Office of First Year Experience Programs. Throughout undergrad and graduate school Rachel loved learning about the passions and career dreams of her students which inspired her to pursue job opportunities in career services.

When Rachel is not working with students she enjoys spending time with her dog, attempting crafting projects from Pinterest and trying to relive her old dance days by taking Jazzercise classes.

Tanner hails from Salem, Indiana. He attended Indiana University as an undergraduate, where he found a passion for helping college students meet their personal and professional goals.

He has specific interests in supporting students with marginalized identities. He loves spending time with his wife Selena and children Theo and Lucy. Tanner also enjoys running, playing music, vintage video games, being outdoors, and all things geology. Dana Vanderburgh is currently a PhD student in Anthropology. She also completed an undergraduate degree in French and a minor in Folklore and Ethnomusicology. Formerly a pre-professional ballet dancer, Dana has a love of dance and other forms of art that inspires her to look at the world and its people in a creative way.

Once injuries forced Dana to stop her ballet training, she found that she was able to combine her love of dance and the world by working with the non-profit organization, Movement Exchange.

Through her work with Movement Exchange, Dana has learned the value in using dance as a means of empowerment and social change and has spent time in both Panama and the US engaging in dance outreach.

Dana has also spent four summers in Ghana studying and working at a music center in order to expand her artistic and cultural knowledge. At the Walter Center, Dana currently serves as the Graduate Assistant for Strategic Alumni Engagement where she helps to engage alumni to provide opportunities for students to network and learn from professionals in many fields.

In her free time, Dana enjoys being outdoors, traveling, dancing, reading, and spending time with family and friends. Ever since she was 3 years old, Dana knew she wanted to be a dancer. Consequently, the next 17 years were spent in dance studios and theatres around the country in order to achieve this goal. Her training eventually led her to IU where she began her path towards a professional ballet career until she had to re-assess her career goals when she became injured.

Though she will not be the professional ballerina she once desired to be, she has realized that ballet was only a stepping-stone to an even more rewarding career in using dance to make a positive difference around the world!

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