Meet the Career Services Staff
Liaison for the School of Art, the School of Humanities, and the School of STEM Transfer
Liz has a Bachelor of Science in Human Services from Elmira College and a Master of Education in Educational Psychology from the University of Texas at Austin. Prior to her current role at MVCC, she worked as a College Advisor and Coordinator of the First-Year Experience. In Career Services she especially enjoys helping students explore majors and careers, and discover how to develop their strengths and apply them to their career. Additionally, Liz teaches Psychology, is a Safe Space trainer, and the lead advisor for MVCC’s Phi Theta Kappa chapter. She and her husband have two young boys and two dogs. Liz enjoys live music, spending time outdoors, creative projects, and reading.
Liaison for the School of Public and Human Services
Christa earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from Union College and a Master of Education in Counseling from Boston University. She joined the Career Services office in 2016, and also has experience working as a school counselor. Christa enjoys spending time with family and friends. She also enjoys running, traveling, volunteering and reading.
Liaison for the School of Health Sciences and the School of Business and Hospitality
Yue originally came from China and completed her undergraduate studies in Beijing. She earned her Master’s degrees (in Media Management, Education, and Linguistic Studies) from Syracuse University. Yue has several years of experience in higher education in multiple capacities, including teaching and advising. She enjoys helping students with their career planning and the job application process. In her spare time she loves playing the flute, reading, and spending time with family.
Liaison for the School of STEM Career
Kevin is the liaison for the School of STEM Career, which affords him the opportunity to connect employers and alumni with our students to assist them in establishing successful and rewarding careers. He also helps students achieve success through a wide range of programs, such as resumè development, career exploration, and interview and workplace success training. His advice to students when choosing a career is to do ample research and explore all the facets relating to that position, as well as maintain the ability to be flexible and create other options if necessary. In his spare time, he trains to participate in local road races such as the Boilermaker, Heart Run, and Ted Moore 5K.