Career Development Professionals of Indiana

Board of Directors



Karley (she, her, & hers) works as the Assistant Program Director, Career Services at the Indiana University School of Informatics and Computing-Indianapolis. Through this role, she assists college students in discovering who they are, understanding where they are going, and co-designing paths they may take to get there. 

In her free time, you can find her walking the Monon trail or planning her next travel adventure.

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Mariana Glover
Director of Digital Communications

 Mariana has been in higher education for     over 15 years. She had the opportunity to    serve in different areas such as   admissions, student life, academic and   career advising. She is currently a Talent   Acquisition Coordinator at Fort Wayne   Community Schools. She loves helping   people achieve their goals, and develop   into their full potential. This is her second   year involved with CDPI.

 Whenever possible, Mariana enjoys   escaping to new places, discovering new   cultures, expanding her perspective,   building new relationships and   appreciating life.



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Keely Floyd


Keely has been involved in higher education for more than 10 years, and currently serves as a lecturer in the Fairbanks School of Public  Health at IUPUI, focusing on coursework related to professional skill development and internships. She earned a Bachelor's Degree in music from DePauw University, and a Master's   Degree in higher education from the University of Connecticut, She has held previous positions in college admission, internship development,   and career services, and is serving her first   term as President Elect for CDPI.     

Outside of work, Keely enjoys spending time with her husband and their new baby boy, running on the Monon Trail, and playing French horn in ensembles throughout the Indianapolis area. 

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Sally Saydshoev

Director of Member Services

 Sally has been in higher education for 8   years, starting her experience in Housing   and Residence Life. For the last 5 and a half   years, she has worked in Career Services as   the Career and Internship Coordinator and   Director of Career Services at Indiana   University East in Richmond, IN. She has   recently accepted a position with the Indiana   Chamber of Commerce as the Assistant   Director of Educator Engagement. She   enjoys working with employers, educators,   and community partners to provide   meaningful work-based   learning   opportunities. She has been a member  of   CDPI for a number of years attending the   annual conference and serving on the   conference planning committee.

 Outside of work, she truly enjoys spending   time with her family. She also likes to   be outdoors hiking, playing sports,   and kayaking. She looks forward to serving   on the CDPI Board and working with all of   the members of CDPI.

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 Kristine Schuster 


 Kristine is the Assistant Director of Career   Services for the O’Neill School of Public   and Environmental Affairs at IUPUI. She   started working in career advising in 2014  and joined the O’Neill team in 2016. Kristine enjoyed getting to know the CDPI community during her term as President and is excited to continue contributing to the organization as Past President.

 She hopes all members know that the   strength of the organization is in the   creativity and collaboration of members   and thanks all of you for making her term   as President so rewarding.

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Lindsey Hojnowski,


Lindsey is serving her first term on the CDPI Board as President-Elect. In this role, she supervises all aspects of conference programming and assists with professional development programming. She currently works as the Associate Director of Employer Services at the Kelley School of Business in Indianapolis.

Kerry Lay

 Internship Program Coordinator

 Kerry began her career at IUPUI as an       intern in 2017 and has worked between     University College and the O’Neill School     of Public and Environmental Affairs     since. Currently, she serves as a Career   Advisor and Adjunct Instructor in the   O’Neill School working with students on   all topics relating to career development.   Kerry earned her Bachelor’s Degree in   Human Development and Family Studies   and her Master’s Degree in Counseling   and Career Development from Colorado   State University. She enjoys helping   students realize their dreams and   potential as well as encouraging students   to pursue various professional   development opportunities to build their   experience.

 When Kerry’s not at work, you can find   her watching Disney movies, working on     various DIY home projects, eating out at   new restaurants, and spending time with   her husband and critters of the dog and   cat variety.

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Jeffry Neuhouser

Director of Professional Development and Education

 Jeffry (they, them, their) is currently a   Doctoral Assistant for the Department of   Educational Leadership at Ball State University, where they are working on an Ed.D. in Higher Education researching career  education, professional identity development, and career development curriculum. Before deciding to work on their doctorate full-time, Jeffry served at Earlham College for almost 5 years as a career coach and Assistant Director of Career Education (during which Jeffry has been active in CDPI), specializing in developing and teaching career development curriculum. Jeffry started their higher education career as a historian before transitioning into student affairs to focus on experiential education and international experiences of students before finding their their into career development work (where they are able to continue identifying as an experiential educator). 

 As the Director of Professional Development and Education for CDPI, Jeffry is excited to work with the board and members to build professional development goals, collaborate on planning effective programming, and to support the growth of career development professionals around the state of Indiana. This work is exciting  because of the immediate impact on students through improved coaching and instruction.

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Sam Martin


Sam serves as the Assistant Director for Career Curriculum at Ball State University Career Center. She began her role at the career center in 2016 working as a career coach for students communication, media, fine arts, and design as well as a faculty resource for career curriculum development and integration.

She earned both her undergraduate and master’s degrees in Communication and her doctorate in Adult, Community, and Higher Education, all from Ball State University. Sam loves finding creative ways to create interactive presentations and experiences for both faculty and students. When not working, you will often find her going on adventures with her daughter Maddie and dogs Jack (yorkipoo) and Ollie (border collie mix). This is her first term as Secretary.

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Bryson Maesch


Bryson currently serves as a Career Coach within the Career Coaching and Employer Connections program at Ivy Tech Community College in Hamilton County. Prior to Ivy Tech, he served for two years as the Career Advisor at Indiana Wesleyan University. Bryson earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Telecommunications from Ball State University and a Master’s Degree in Higher Education Leadership at Oakland University.

In his free time, you will most likely find Bryson planning new adventures with his wife, playing with his two cats, or discussing topics like Star Wars, Marvel, or movies in general with his friends.

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Daniella Feijoo

Graduate Assistant

 Daniella is originally from the northwest   suburbs of Chicago. She is pursuing a Masters   degree in Higher Education and Student Affairs   from Indiana University Bloomington. She   holds a graduate assistantship in the Student   Involvement and Leadership Center where she   advises and supports the Cox Civic Scholars   program. As a first-generation college student   herself, Daniella is passionate about supporting   first-generation, low-income, students of color   through mentorship, wellbeing programming,   critical service-learning, and career services.

 Daniella graduated from Wake Forest   University in May 2019 with degrees in Politics   and International Affairs and Spanish, and a   minor in Latin American & Latino Studies. Her   love for career services began when she served   as a Career Assistant at the Office of Personal   and Career Development at WFU.

 In her free time she enjoys spending time with   friends and family, traveling, watching Marvel   movies, going to the dog park, reading, and   listening to music!

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