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. As her first term on the CDPI Board of Directors, she is excited to get to know colleagues throughout the state and continue building a career professionals community through the work of CDPI.
Mariana has been in higher education for over 14 years. She had the opportunity to serve in different areas such as admissions, student life, academic and career advising. She is currenltly a Career Coach at Indiana Tech. She is also responsible for managing the Career Lab overseeing 10 student employees.
She loves helping students, and watching them grow into productive professionals. This is her first year involved with CDPI.
Karley (she, her, & hers) works as the STEM Career Consultant in University College at IUPUI. 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 freetime, you can find her walking the Monon trail or planning her next travel adventure.
Director of Member Services
Sally has been in higher education for 8 years, starting her experience in Housing and Residence Life. For the last 4 years, she has worked in Career Services as the Career and Internship Coordinator and now Director of Career Services at Indiana University East in Richmond, IN. She enjoys helping students pursue their goals professionally and being a part of their college journey. 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.
Andrea works as Associate Director of Career Education at the Walter Center for Career Achievement serving students in the College of Arts & Sciences at Indiana University Bloomington (IUB). She has worked in career services for the entirety of her professional career, having been at IUB since 2013. She has served on the Board of Directors for CDPI since 2015, having begun as Director of Member Services. As Past-President, Andrea will serve as a mentor to the President, recruit new board members and assist with implementing CDPI's mission.
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.
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 admissions, internship development, and career services, and is serving a second term as Treasurer 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.
Molly currently serves as the Assistant Director of Strategic Alumni Engagement in the Walter Center for Career Achievement at IU Bloomington. She graduated from Hanover College in 2017, where she received her degree in Communication and then went to graduate school at IU Bloomington, where she received her master’s in Higher Education and Student Affairs. Molly loves cultivating meaningful relationships and creating innovative programming for students, their families, and other stakeholders. Molly has experience in admissions, orientation, career services and alumni engagement. This is her first term as Secretary for the CDPI Board of Directors.
In her free time, you can find Molly spending time with friends and family, working out, exploring new restaurants or watching scary movies!
Professional Development Coordinator
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 EdD and 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 career education curriculum and integrating a career everywhere model through partnerships with faculty. 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 serendipitously finding their way into career development work (where they are able to continue identifying as an experiential educator).
As the Professional Development Coordinator for CDPI, Jeffry is excited to work with the board and members to build professional development goals, collaborate on planning effective programming, and 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.