Welcome! I am so glad you landed on this page. As the Associate Director in the Academic Success & Career Center (ASCC), I primarily help lead the Career Service and Employer Relations team. I have the opportunity to help students prepare for and navigate what comes after graduation. Whether it’s linking students with majors, employers, mentors, or even navigating graduate school, our office is here to help.
I am a first-generation college student and earned my bachelor’s degree in Hospitality Business Management from Washington State University. During my time as an undergraduate at WSU, I fell in love with student services and with the help of many mentors, decided to pursue a master’s degree in Higher Education Administration. With over 15 years of student service experience, I am eager to support you and your goals.
Specialties and InterestsCareer Services & Employer Relations
I am an Assistant Director at the Academic Success & Career Center (ASCC). I get the opportunity to serve students holistically through academic advising, Coordinating Academic Reinstatement, and supervising the academic coaches.
My undergraduate degree is in Kinesiology, Health Promotion from Boise State University(BSU). I got my Master’s degree in College Student Services Administration from Oregon State University (OSU).
I love working with college students and helping them to be successful in all endeavors during their time at WSU. I look forward to meeting you, and helping you achieve your academic goals.
Specialties and InterestsAcademic Advising, Tutoring
Hello Cougs! I am an Assistant Director in the Academic Success and Career Center (ASCC), acting as the coordinator of tutoring services and the coordinator of training/professional development for WSU’s Academic Advisors through the Advisor Learning Program. I also have a role as an academic advisor for students who have not yet decided on a major pathway. I have been working with students in various stages of development for 20 years, and enjoy supporting humans as they grow, realize their potential, and work toward their academic and life goals.
I am a first-generation college student and a life-long learner, earning both of my degrees and a teaching certificate from WSU (Go Cougs!). My undergraduate degree in Human Development and master’s degree in Educational Leadership have led me to professional roles in K-12 and post-secondary education. It is a joy to work with students and the WSU staff who support students along their journey toward a college degree.
We’re here to serve you!
Aimee Tejeda Lunn
Employer Relations Manager
So nice to meet you! I have been with ASCC since January 2022 but with WSU since 2019. I have my bachelor’s and Masters’s in Music Education and have been coordinating large-scale events for most of my professional career. Join me at the upcoming Career Expo to network and find your next professional opportunity.
Specialties and InterestsEmployer Relations
Career Coach & Academic Advisor
Harrison specializes in helping students get “unstuck” in their career planning and development by talking to them about their current issues and helping them to consider possible solutions. He has been providing career development support for WSU students since 2010 and holds an MA in Education specializing in Counseling Psychology. Whether you are trying to impress an employer or still figuring out what you want to have as your major he is ready to help you find the next right step. He is comfortable addressing questions you have and exploring creative new tools like ChatGPT and AI assisted software to reach your career goals.
GA: Academic Coach
Favorite Aspect of Academic Success Coaching: I love being able to uplift learners to the point where they can see in themselves everything that I can see. A student’s ability to learn and take in knowledge is not a fixed thing, despite what past experiences might have taught us. It’s amazing to be part of an experience that helps students learn about themselves and the ways they can thrive academically.
Fun Fact About me: I don’t have the belly button I was born with
Specialty and Interests: Time management, note taking skills, work/life balance, and accessible learning styles
GA: Academic Coach
Favorite aspects of Academic Success Coaching: I love being able to work one on one with students in order to help them meet their goals to graduate with their degree. Watching a student take control of their future, and being able to give them the tools they need in order to be successful, is the most rewarding part of my job. I also love working with my colleagues in order to research and develop new ways of helping people achieve their academic and personal goals.
Fun Fact About Me: My favorite style of music to play is atonal and twelve tone because it sounds weird and makes you question what music is.
school/life balance, motivation and time management, study strategies
Information Systems Manager
As one of the two Information Systems Mangers in the Academic Success & Career Center (ASCC) and Division of Academic engagement and Student Achievement (DAESA), I provide desktop and server support to the division. I also develop applications including the Reinstatement application, Tutoring web application, and several kiosks.
My undergraduate degree is in Professional Technical Technology Education, however, I have worked in some capacity of IT support for over 20 years both in higher education and private industry.
Specialties and InterestsDesktop & Server Support, Web Application Development
Administrative Assistant 3
Welcome to the Academic Success and Career Center! I serve as the Administrative Assistant to the Executive Director of Advising/Director of the ASCC , Dr. Terese King.
I came to WSU in 2019 after working for over a decade in early childhood education, and am excited to be working in higher education. I have a passion for being a constant support and problem solver for students and colleagues.
I grew up in Pullman and have always been a Coug at heart! I now live in Moscow, Idaho and spend my time with family exploring the Snake River and beautiful PNW.
Hello! My name is Hildegarde (pronounced like hill-duh-guard) but you are welcome to call me Hilde (pronounced like hill-dee). I am so excited to serve as the Internship Coordinator here at the Academic Success and Career Center as a part of the Career Service and Employer Relations team.
I am a proud Washington State University alumna (’12) where I received my Bachelor of Arts in Sociology. I have over 10 years of professional experience in student-services related work and am a certified Gallup CliftonStrengths coach. I look forward to assisting students identify, strengthen, and celebrate their talents and skills and I’m excited to be a partner in their career development and professional growth.
Fun fact: I was a first-generation college student from out-of-state. Before moving from the island of O’ahu in Hawai’i to Pullman, I had never visited the WSU campus – let alone the state of Washington. Coming to WSU was one of the best decisions I’ve ever made – the community here on campus and in the area is truly special – Go Cougs!
Specialties and InterestsInternship Search and Placement
Information Systems Manager
I work as one of the Information Systems Managers for the Division of Academic Engagement and Student Achievement, which also supports the Academic Success and Career Center.
My degree was in Business Administration with a minor in MIS from California State University, Fresno.
I’m a desktop and server whisperer who also dabbles in application development.
I do enjoy solving tech problems for people. Saving the world, one reboot at a time.
I also have a high proficiency in the art and science of angling. I have a reel passion for fishing! 🎣
Specialties and InterestsWeb application development, desktop & server support
Howdy! I work as an Academic Advisor at the Academic Success & Career Center (ASCC). In this role I strive to assist students from all walks of life in navigating the uncertainties associated with higher education environments.
My undergraduate degree is in Political Science from the University of Wyoming (UW). I obtained my master’s degree in Communication Studies from Missouri State University (MSU). In both experiences my approach to academic studies and professional work was focused on the application of harm reduction principles and concepts to improve individual and community well-being. I model this approach in my work as I aim to mitigate the concerns college students face through the provision of support and services which contribute to student success and satisfaction during their time at Washington State University and beyond.
Hi! My name is Joe and I am the Reinstatement Coordinator for the ASCC.
I grew up in Edmonds, Washington and love the Pacific Northwest and the Palouse. I went to school here at WSU and graduated with a BA in Communication. My goal is to be a helpful resource for students who are going through the reinstatement process. I enjoy having the opportunity to talk with students and answer any questions they have while working toward academic success.
In my free time, I enjoy being with family, playing guitar and visiting the Puget Sound to spend time on the water.
Intern: Academic Coach
Major and Minor: I am currently majoring in Genetics and Cell Biology with a minor in Pre-Genetic Counseling!
Fun fact: I love to draw, which is what most of my free time is used for! I’ve been drawing ever since I was a kid, and it is a hobby that I really enjoy!
I’m Madi, you’ll probably see me running the front desk. I’m graduating with my bachelors in Animal Science this May (2023). I love talking to students all day, and helping whoever I can.
Fun fact about me, I’ve got a horse! Her name is Claire, and she’s a 23 year old Thoroughbred.
When I’m not at work, you can probably find me doing something active. I’ve got four different hobbies: Horseback riding, Rock climbing, Pole dance (I teach classes for UREC!), and Roller derby! I’ve always loved filling my days with fun activities, and don’t sit still for long.
Graduate Staff Assistant
Hello! I am Maureen Summit, and I am a GA at the Academic Sucess and Career Center.
I have lived in Pullman since 2018, when I enrolled at the College of Education in the Language, Literacy and Technology PhD program.
I have been a teacher for years and I love watching students grow and thrive at school.
Specialties and InterestsTeaching English as a second language and job skills.
Student Employment Coordinator
Hello people of Washington State University! I am new to WSU and Pullman, but I am not new to the world of education and employment. I graduated from Utah State University with a bachelor’s in secondary education and just relocated to the beautiful state of Washington. As the student employment coordinator, I am here to help all types of students connect with employers–especially during their time at WSU. I myself benefitted greatly from the part-time jobs I held during college and I recommend the extra experience, money, and structure that jobs provide to anyone going to school.
Come visit for motivation and/or Handshake tips and tricks!
Specialties and InterestsGain Student Employment, Handshake, Career Expo
I am a Career Coach with the Academic Success and Career Center. In my role, I work with both undergraduate and graduate students from all academic disciplines, teach a career development course and facilitate career education workshops.
My undergraduate degree is a BA in Economics from the University of Michigan and I earned an MA in Higher Education Administration from Eastern Michigan University.
I am passionate about helping students connect with career paths that are in line with their individual goals, interests and values.
G.A: Academic Coach
Favorite Aspect of Academic Success Coaching: Each student encounters obstacles during their time in college which can be difficult. Working with students to help them work through those obstacles and come out stronger is very rewarding to me. Seeing students work toward and achieve their goals in school and in life is what I love about academic success coaching.
Fun Fact About Me: My favorite hobby is knitting! I learned how to knit when my mom gifted me a beginners’ knitting class where I learned the basics. Then from there I learned how to knit beanies, blankets, scarves, and gloves from videos online! During the winter, catch me wearing one of my many beanies!
Specialties and InterestsStudy Strategies, and School-life Balance.
Employer Relations Coordinator
I work in building connections between the university and employers. My role involves facilitating effective communication, coordinating recruitment efforts, and fostering collaboration to create valuable job placement opportunities for students and meet the hiring needs of employers. Let’s work together to bridge the gap between talented students and exceptional career opportunities within the WSU community.
Specialties and InterestsEmployer Relations
Hello! I work with the Career Service and Employer Relations team at the Academic Success and Career Center, ASCC. I help WSU’s students select a career path that meets their academic goals, interests, and values. I assist students with exploring degree options and how they link to jobs. I share information about internship and job searches, identifying transitional and technical skills, and building a resume.
Experiential learning helps students gain valuable skills needed to obtain employment after graduation. My experiences as Dual Credit Coordinator for Career and Technical Education at Washington Community College provided the understanding for my position as the Apprenticeship Coordinator at WSU.
I have a Bachelor’s degree in Mathematics and a master’s degree in Management and Leadership.
Specialties and InterestsCareer Services
Specialties and InterestsAcademic Advising & Reinstatement
Career Center Graduate Assistant
Hello! Thank you for stopping to learn more about me. I am a graduate assistant for the career side of the Academic Success & Career Center (ASCC) as well as a Ph.D. Candidate with the College of Education in the Language, Literacy, and Technology program. As a Career GA I have the pleasure of delivering workshops on resumes, cover letters, developing social media and marketing for events we create, basically, anything careers-related. As well as teach an undergraduate course exploring careers and majors. I also get the opportunity to work one on one for resume and cover letter reviews.
I am also an avid promoter of education and love to talk with people about their academic journeys, so don’t be afraid to reach out and start a conversation with me.