Many longtime staff members are serving in new positions on campus this semester, joining those new hires who have become the latest members of the Ram Family. Congratulate them on their new jobs when you see them!
Emily Ambrose is the new assistant director for training and development for SLiCE, where she has worked for more than a decade, most recently as assistant director of the PRIDE Resource Center.
Jessie Charbonneau, LPC, is now a mental health counselor in the CSU Health Network, after spending more than four years as part of CounselingServices.
Bailey Harr has become the program manager for Parent and Family Programs. After earning both her undergraduate and master’sdegreeshereatCSUandworkinginAdmissions, she spent three years as a Buck-I-SERV Alternative Break Coordinator at Ohio State University before returning to campus.
Adrian Jones is the new student development and retention coordinator for the Black/African American Cultural Center, where his primary focus will be assisting students as they transition to CSU via cultural, leadership, mentoring and academic programming. Adrian worked as a peer coordinator in B/AACC as well as a student ambassador in the Career Center before he graduated in May 2017.
Tess McGinty has assumed the position of assistant director of the CSU Mountain Campus. Since 2014, she had served as executive assistant in the Office of the Vice President of Student Affairs.
Fabiola Mora is now director of the Academic Advancement Center, after serving as assistant director for Student Achievement Scholarship Programs where she oversaw the First Generation Award among other duties.
Alex SommerhasjoinedCSUAthleticsastheacademic coordinator for men’s golf, women’s golf, soccer, swimming and diving, and a caseload of football student-athletes. She comes from the University of Memphis, where she served as an assistant athletic academic counselor and teaching assistant.
Amanda Villa is now coordinator of Fraternity and Sorority Life, where she had been the interim coordinator. In addition to taking on new responsibilities in the office, she will remain the advisor to the Multicultural Greek Council and FSL Programming Board.
Mark Luebker is senior content develop and editor in the Administrative Communications Unit within the President’s Office, where he is working on projects associated with CSU’s sesquicentennial celebration in 2020. He joined the Ram Family in August, from South Dakota StateUniversity.