Interim Assistant Vice Provost
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
Specialties and InterestsAcademic Advising & Reinstatement
I am an Assistant Director at the Academic Success & Career Center (ASCC). I get the opportunity to serve students holistically through academic advising, coordinating tutoring, and academic coaching.
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, Academic Coaching
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.
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.
Student Employment Coordinator
Specialties and InterestsStudent Employment
Internship Development & Career Coach
My passion to serve students comes from a deep sense that we each have great value and many gifts to offer the world. My goal is to help the students I interact with to discover their own inner sense of purpose, values, goals and dreams—what makes them come alive—and tap into resources, internships and other transformative experiences to bring these gifts to fruition and help shed light on possibilities that can fulfill them in a true, authentic vocation.
My favorite professional quote is by Parker Palmer, in Let Your Life Speak, where he says, “True vocation joins self and service”– and quotes Frederick Buechner, who defines vocation as “the place where your deep gladness meets the world’s deep need”.
Personally, my favorite quote is, “Wherever you are, be all there” by Jim Elliot. It is such a temptation to be elsewhere—in the past or future or on an electronic device—instead I don’t want to miss a thing—right where I am!
Interested in internship hunting, or want some help with your search? Come to our office at Lighty 180 or reach out via email and I will gladly schedulea time to meet with 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
Academic Advisor & Technology Coordinator
Hello! At the Academic Success and Career Center, ASCC, I work with the Academic Success team as an Advisor, Coach, and Technology Coordinator. I assist WSU’s students who are Deciding on which academic plan to select, are in Pre-Business and Pre-Engineering, or considering an alternative area of interest. I help link students with Resources and provide help with study skills. As the ASCC’s Technology coordinator, I work with WUS’s IT staff to develop and update programs that assist Advisors across all our campuses.
I have a bachelor’s degree in Mathematics and a master’s degree in Management and Leadership. My education and life experiences on a farm, as a dual credit coordinator at Community College, and working in Secondary education lets me assist WSU students to select an academic path that meets their goals.
Specialties and InterestsAdvising, Coaching, and Technology
Advising Learning Program Coordinator
I am the Advising Learning Program Coordinator (ALP) and Academic Coordinator with the Academic Success & Career Center (ASCC). As the ALP Coordinator, I get the opportunity to teach the Foundations of Advising to new academic advisors as well as development and coordinate other professional development oppportunities for advisors. As an academic coordinator, I advise students who are exploring or undecided in their major, pre-business, or pre-engineering. I have a passion for helping students understand how their academic major and career goals are interconnected.
Outside of WSU, you can find me taking in a Spokane Chief’s hockey game or managing my son’s hockey team. During the spring and summer months, I enjoy the sunshine by camping, kayaking, reading, and visiting the Moscow Farmer’s Market.
Specialties and InterestsAcademic Advising
Administrative Assistant 3
Welcome! I am the Administrative Assistant for the ASCC as well as the Assistant to the Executive Director of Advising/ASCC and Interim Assistant Vice Provost, 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! I am the Reinstatement Coordinator for the Academic Success and Career Center (ASCC). I do this job because I value helping others and opening new doors for success. My goal in meeting with you is to ensure you have the tools necessary to help you feel organized in your personal and academic areas, in addition to sharing tools with you to help manage stress.
I am originally from Moreno Valley California but moved to Washington at the age of 10. I am a first-generation student, who graduated Washington State University with a Bachelors in Criminal Justice & Criminology and a minor in Women Studies.
Outside of work I enjoy spending quality time with my friends and family as well finding little collectables for my office. As always, GO COUGS!
Hi all! I am one of the first faces you will see here at the ASCC front desk and I also oversee the Cougar Closet in our office.
As a first-generation college student myself, I know how hard it can be to navigate the ins and outs of university. Even if I may not have the answer to your question, I will try my hardest to point you in the right direction to another who will have the answer that you are seeking. Here at the ASCC, we seek to help our students succeed in school as well as prepare them for life post-graduation. I hope to see you in our office or at one of our events soon!
Hello , all!
I am a graduate student in the Criminal Justice and Criminology department. I am originally from Sammamish, WA, but have been in Pullman for almost 5 years! It has been a privilege to work at the Academic Success and Career Center as a graduate assistant on the career services side. I enjoy working with employers and helping coordinate and execute events to help students be successful in their job search!
Specialties and InterestsCareer Services/Employer Relations
Favorite Aspect of Academic Success Coaching: Watching students develop a growth mindset; helping students recognize what aspects of their lives/academics are in their control and out of their control, and helping them to take responsibility and initiative to make change through the things they can control
Fun Fact About Me: “I’ve totally had my fair share of F’s and my fair share of 4.0s. I know what it’s like to fail and struggle. I also know what it’s like to find success. These personal experiences are what make me passionate about helping other students who are going through their own struggles”.
Specialties and InterestsTime Management, Executive Functioning & ADHD, Academic Challenges Related to Mental Health, School-Life Balance
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.
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 Aspect of Academic Success Coaching: Being a coach is such an honor for me. Not only can I help students connect with campus resources, but I can also witness their growth and accomplishments in their personal and academic life. Coaching is truly an opportunity for me to understand students’ challenges and assess how to best deal with those challenges to achieve their goals.
Fun Fact About Me: I love hiking very much. My uncle introduced me with hiking for the first time when I was in high school. Since then, I have been hiking a lot in my spare time. Being close to nature makes me relaxed and happy.
Specialties and Interests: Learning strategies, Time Management and School-Life balance.
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.