NACADA ELP Class 2009-2011

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 Mentors

 Partnerships

Leaders

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Jennifer Bloom
Florida Atlantic University
 
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Dalhousie University

Heather successfully completed the Program and was awarded her Certificate of Completion at the Annual Conference in Denver in October 2011.  Her accomplishments include election as the Ontario Representative for Region 5 and service as a member of the Planning Committee for the Region 5 Conference.  She has served on the International Name Change Task Force, the Membership Committee, and Diversity Committee, which she chaired for the 2011-2013 term (photo, right, at completion of that term). She has presented at annual conferences and in a NACADA Webinar and written a book review for the NACADA Journal.  Heather has served on the ELP Advisory Board and returned to the program as a Mentor for the 2013-2015 ELP Class.

Heather says, 'The Emerging Leader program has not only increased my involvement within NACADA, but it has also influenced how I do my job, and how advising is structured on my campus. The involvement that I have had, the opportunities that I have been exposed to and the life long connections I have made, make ELP one of the best experiences I have ever had; not only professionally, but also personally. Thank you NACADA for such an amazing program!'

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Charlie Nutt
NACADA Executive Office - Kansas State University

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Adam Duberstein
Oakland University
(formerly Ohio Dominican University)

Adam successfully completed the Program and was awarded his Certificate of Completion at the Annual Conference in Denver in October 2011. His accomplishments include presenting at numerous conferences and service as a proposal reader for his Region Conference, the Theory and Philosophy of Advising Commission, the Technology in Advising Commission, and the Multicultural Concerns Commission.  He has served on the Steering Committees of the Theory and Philosophy of Advising Commission and the Technology in Advising Commission. He has served on the Video Advisory Board and Webinar Advisory Board and as a member of the Diversity and the Member Career Services Committees. Adam also found time to assist with editing/updating the Technology and Advising section of the NACADA Clearinghouse and to contribute to Academic Advising Today.  In 2011, he was appointed to serve as Chair of the Ethics & Legal Issues Interest Group, and he held that seat into 2013.  

This quote from Adam appeared in the Sept 2011 edition of Academic Advising Today: 'Undoubtedly, the NACADA Emerging Leaders’ Program is the most valuable professional development opportunity in which I have ever participated. The program truly allows academic advising’s Emerging Leaders to showcase their strengths, while challenging them to broaden their perspectives on advising and related activities. From serving as a member of the NACADA Diversity Committee to working with the NACADA Website Review Committee to presenting at conferences, I have enjoyed the opportunity to see how advising operates in multiple contexts. Additionally, the relationships that I have built with my mentor and fellow ELPers have proven beneficial, as we can all learn about advising from each other. Through the opportunities that I have enjoyed and the relationships that I have built through it, the ELP has inspired me to become a serious student of academic advising practice, and to be the best advisor that I can be.' 

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Sarah Ann Hones
Washington State University
 

Luiza Dreasher.jpgLuiza Dreasher
(formerly Iowa State University)

Luiza successfully completed the Program and was awarded her Certificate of Completion at the Annual Conference in Denver in October 2011. Her accomplishments include presenting at Annual Conference and serving as an Annual Conference proposal reviewer for the Advisor Training and Development Commission. She wrote a chapter for the NACADA monograph on Advisor Training and Development entitled Preparing Advisors to Work Effectively Across Differences: A Three-Step Framework, and a chapter on 'the impact of demographic changes on colleges and universities and issues administrators need to consider' for the second edition of the Advising Administration monograph. In 2011, she joined the NACADA Academic Advising Consultants & Speakers Service, and in 2012 she stepped up to serve as an ELP Mentor.  In 2013, Luiza authored a Pocket Guide on developing competence in cross-cultural advising and served as a panelist in a December 2013 webinar on that topic.  In January 2014, Luiza accepted a position as Assistant Dean and Director for the Office of Multicultural and International Inclusion at the William Mitchell College of Law in Saint Paul, MN.  
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Jennifer Joslin
NACADA Executive Office - Kansas State University
(formerly University of Oregon)
Anna Chow.jpgAnna Chow
Washington State University

Anna successfully completed the Program and was awarded her Certificate of Completion at the Annual Conference in Denver in October 2011. Her accomplishments include writing for Academic Advising Today and serving as a member of the Professional Development Committee, the Diversity Committee, and the Research Committee. She has presented at numerous regional and annual Conferences and served as a Webinar panelist on the topic of Advising International Students from China. She is the recipient of a 2011 NACADA Research Grant and spent that summer in Taiwan doing that research.  In 2012, she began service as Chair of the ESL & International Student Advising Commission, and in February 2013 she led a second Webinar on advising international students.
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Kazi Mamun
University of California, Riverside
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Washington State University

Lisa successfully completed the Program and was awarded her Certificate of Completion at the Annual Conference in Denver in October 2011. Her accomplishments include presenting at numerous regional and annual Conferences and serving on the Region 10 Conference Planning Committee and the Emerging Leaders Program Advisory Board. While serving as a member of the Member Career Services Committee, she co-authored a 'Career Corner' AAT column; in 2011, she was elected Chair of the Member Career Services Committee and assumed that seat during the Annual Conference in Denver.

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Marsha Miller
NACADA Executive Office - Kansas State University

 
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University of Texas at Austin

Janice successfully completed the Program and was awarded her Certificate of Completion at the Annual Conference in Denver in October 2011. During her time in the program, she began graduate work in the Higher Education Administration Program at The University of Texas at Austin and took on additional duties as senior-level academic advisor and coordinator of her department's Early Alert Program. These exciting endeavors slowed her progression in meeting her ELP goals, but she continues to work toward achieving those as well.   In 2012, she completed her Masters degree and is now hard at work collecting and and analyzing data on the Early Alert Program; she hopes to be able to present on this topic at regional and annual conferences in the coming year.
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Terry Musser
Pennsylvania State University
 
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(formerly) Bridgewater State College

Autumn successfully completed the Program and was awarded her Certificate of Completion in October 2011. Her accomplishments include serving as the Massachusetts Liaison to Region 1, as well as poster session coordinator. proposal reader, and Program Chair for the Region 1 Conference.   Autumn enjoyed serving as the Region 1 Conference Co-Chair in 2013, and she has recently accepted the position of Associate Director of Undergraduate Academic and Student Affairs in the Office of Academic And Student Support Services at Northeastern University.
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Nora Allen Scobie
University of Louisville
 
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(formerly University of Florida)

Ella successfully completed the Program and was awarded her Certificate of Completion in October 2011. She was very excited when, during her time in the Program, she made a cross-country move to Portland State University, where she served on her new institution's campus-wide Assessment Council and anticipated support to pursue her ELP goal of becoming more involved with assessment of advising.  Sadly, however, Ella's position was cut due to budget decreases, and she is currently not employed in higher education.
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George Steele
Ohio Learning Network
 
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(retired, formerly Utah State University)
 
Steve successfully completed the Program and was awarded his Certificate of Completion in October 2011. His accomplishments include being an active member of the Advising Military Students Interest Group and and the Technology in Advising Commission. He presented at Annual Conference with his mentor, as well as at individually and with others at state, regional, and annual conferences. He served on the Region 10 Steering Committee and as a proposal reader for the Regional Conference.  In 2012, Steve retired from his advising position and moved on to his next life phase.
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Sandy Waters
Old Dominion University
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University of Memphis
(formerly Heartland Community College)

Cecilia successfully completed the Program and was awarded her Certificate of Completion at the Annual Conference in Denver in October 2011. Her accomplishments include five years of highly successful 'Thriving Women' presentations with her mentor at Annual Conference, as well as co-authoring an article for Academic Advising Today with her mentor. Cecilia has served on the Region 5 Conference Steering Committee and the ELP Advisory Board, which she is chairing for the 2014-2016 term.   She also served on the Exemplary Practices selection committee for the Advising Administration monograph.