Kate Williams is the Career Development Facilitator at Anderson School of Management. Her approach to student teaching and learning stems from a deep belief in the agency of students and the ability of students to drive their own success in a supportive and developmental environment. Kate combines a background in recruiting with a holistic approach to student coaching to support students in the pursuit of their goals. Passionate about all things social media, she integrates technology into all aspects of her instruction and loves to encourage students to develop strong personal brands by leveraging social media platforms. You can contact Kate by email at email@example.com.
Mia brings over 26 years of organizational development, performance improvement and instructional experience. She is passionate about learning and supporting organizations, teams and individuals to strategically achieve their goals. Areas of Expertise include: Facilitation, Conflict Resolution and Mediation, Performance Improvement, Evaluation, Assessments, Appreciative Inquiry, Team Development, Organizational Development, Change Management, Team Development, Instruction/Training, Project Management, Coaching, Strategic Planning, and Research and Analysis. You can contact Mia by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Emily Ortiz is a Human Resources Specialist with the U.S. Forest Service. Emily has been recognized as a strong leader who has developed and mentored individuals within the New Mexico community. She received both her Bachelors and Master’s degrees in Human Resource Management and Organizational Behavior from the University of New Mexico’s Anderson School of Management. Emily is involved in various cultural transformation programs within the USFS and is currently the New Mexico Chapter President for the National Society of Hispanic MBA’s. You can contact Emily by email at email@example.com.
Darrell Garcia is the Senior Alumni Relations Officer at the Anderson School of Management. His approach to education stems from the belief that knowledge must be meaningful and relevant to one’s life and interests. By utilizing real-life experiences, combined with the fundamentals of project-based instruction and shared inquiry, Darrell hopes to help students improve their career marketability and gain the skills necessary to be successful post university students. Passionate about real-time changes happening in society, he works to integrate these current events and information into all aspects of his instruction.
Matt Yepez has over 5 years experience as the Director of Recruiting for a Fortune 100 financial services company and is passionate about helping students build and strengthen their personal brands. Through Matt's corporate experience, he has gained an insight into the recruiting world and enjoys sharing that knowledge with students to help them successfully navigate the task of searching for an internship/career. Matt is also passionate about networking in the local community and enjoys connecting students to career and volunteer opportunities. Matt currently serves on the board of the UNM Young Alumni Association and the Children's Grief Center. Matt is also the instructor for the Internship Course (MGMT 497/697). Please feel free to reach out anytime. firstname.lastname@example.org or on LinkedIn at www.linkedin.com/in/mattyepez