Meet the Staff
ADDITIONAL CAMPUS SERVICES:
M.S., Secondary School Counseling, Drake University
Student Disability Services Director
B.A., Psychology, University of Northern Iowa
Henry Ford once said, “Whether you think you can or whether you think you can’t, you’re right.”
Michelle has spent her life encouraging others to achieve to be the best that they can be despite their challenges. With her educational and personal background she helps students make the most of their educational experience.
Advice to Students: Change your way of thinking and it can change your life.
M.S., Higher and Postsecondary Education, Arizona State University
Director of Student-Athlete Academic Services
B.S., Rehabilitation Services, Penn State University
Originally from the small coal mining town of Minersville, Pa., Stephanie was a four-year member of the Nittany Lion softball team and a three-time Academic All-Big Ten selection. Stephanie oversees the academic progress of all Bulldog athletic teams and works to ensure student-athletes balance the academic and athletic demands they face
Advice to students: Be proactive and take ownership for your success. Remember that asking for help when needed shows great strength of character and maturity. Never forget to have fun and enjoy your time at Drake!
Student Disability Services, Coordinator
M.A Counseling and Psychological Services, Saint Mary's University
B.A Psychology and Sociology, Luther College
Brooke grew up in Des Moines and has always been passionate about working with and helping college aged students. Brooke is a first generation college student and received invaluable support while in college. She has always had the goal of providing the same sort of encouragement to students that she received herself. In her free time, she enjoys watching sports, enjoying outdoor activities and spending time with her family. Brooke believes working with students should be a collaborative process and seeks to always provide a safe and supportive environment to empower students to reach their goals.
Advice for Students: Get involved and connected to campus, Be open-minded, Take this time to become the most amazing version of yourself, and always remember to have fun!
Photos Courtesy of Cameron Johnson, Drake University student