Assistant Director of Experiential Education
Linda brings both academic and real-world experience to her role as assistant director of experiential education. Linda's academic training includes undergraduate work in business and chemistry, as well as master's and pre-doctoral work in chemistry.
Professionally, Linda has worked in both industry and education, including eight years as a power and formulation chemist, and over seven years as a teacher within public, private and homeschool settings.
Linda is passionate about promoting professional development opportunities for students and about connecting students with employers.
Linda is a member of the National Society of Experiential Educators (NSEE), the Cooperative Education and Internships Association (CEIA) and the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE).
Campus Location: Nazareth Hall 4021
Diann holds a B.A. in psychology and an M.S. in academic advising. She brings both enthusiasm and expertise to her role in working with students. Diann's background as a corporate trainer as well as a speaker, author and presenter have prepared her well to work with students as they launch their professional careers. She is a member of the National Academic Advising Association (NACADA), the American Association for Employment in Education (AAEE), the National Career Development Association (NCDA), and NACE.
Campus Location: Nazareth Hall 4029
Operations & Marketing Manager
David comes to the office with a diverse background having worked in ministry, for-profit and non-profit organizations. His experiences fit well with his role in both operations and marketing. David holds a B.A. in communications and a M.A. in biblical counseling.
David’s passion is to maximize the Center for Calling & Career’s services and resources to be fully used by students and alumni so they can thrive in their God given calling and career.
Campus Location: Nazareth Hall 4031