Our Staff

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Caryl Montero-Adams | she, her, hers
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Director, Student Life & Leadership







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Matthew Garcia | he, him, his
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Interim Director, Center for Fraternity & Sorority Life

Matthew H Garcia is the Interim Director of the Center for Fraternity & Sorority Life at San Diego State University. Matthew is originally from Santa Maria, a small town on the Central Coast of California. He attended California State University, Long Beach where he earned a bachelor's degree in Interpersonal and Organizational Communication Studies and went on to acquire a master’s degree in Postsecondary Educational Leadership with a Specialization in Student Affairs from San Diego State University. 

Matthew has been on the Fraternity & Sorority Life Advisory Team since he was the Student Affairs Assistant for Fraternity & Sorority Life in Fall 2016 while in his graduate program. After graduation, Matthew stayed on the Fraternity & Sorority Life Advisory Team serving as the primary advisor to all four governing councils, 5 of the 7 Greek Auxiliary Groups, and providing additional guidance and support to all active social fraternities and sororities on campus. Matthew also serves as an additional judicial officer for student organization policy within Student Life & Leadership, specifically for social fraternities and sororities. Matthew also serves on multiple campus committees and task forces focused on enhancing the extracurricular experience for SDSU students. In his free time, he enjoys exploring new restaurants and activities in San Diego. 


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Michele Mignogna | she, her, hers

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Assistant Director, Student Organizations & Activities





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Chelsea Lombrozo (Winer) | she, her, hers
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Assistant Director, Leadership & Service

Chelsea Winer is the Assistant Director for the Glazer Center for Leadership & Service at San Diego State University. She is originally from Los Angeles, California and attended Sonoma State University for her undergraduate career where she received degrees in Psychology and Business. She is also a proud Alumna of San Diego State University where she earned her master’s degree in Educational Leadership.

Chelsea’s role allows her to work with all students to encourage them to realize their leadership potential. She does this through one on one advising, workshop facilitation and manages large scale event planning. She oversees of many landmark campus programs such as the Aztec CORE leadership retreat, SDSU Leadership Summit conference, Aztec Unity Project service learning program and the Quest for the Best top leadership awards. Chelsea is also a Myers-Briggs certified practitioner and CliftonStrengths coach. She believes these personality and leadership assessments are great tools to empower students to realize their potential and articulate their leadership value. You can find Chelsea in the Glazer Center for Leadership & Service. While not at work, Chelsea enjoys traveling and trying new restaurants.


Tony Roulhac

Tony Roulhac | he, him, his
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General Advisor & Retention Specialist, Commuter Life

Tony Roulhac is a General Advisor & Retention Specialist at San Diego State University. He also acts as head coach for the SDSU Women’s Rugby Team.  Originally from Maryland, Tony completed his Undergraduate in Russian Language and Culture at University of Maryland, College Park. After working in ESL education and a 3 year stay in Moscow, Russia Tony returned to the states and continued his work in education in both Higher Ed and K-12 roles. In May 2021 Tony proudly completed his M.S. in Counseling at San Diego State, with a Specialization in School Counseling.

Tony has always focused on supporting students in navigating paths to success within their institutions. Currently his focus is on Advising students on the recognition process for student orgs as well as supporting students in successful operation of their organizations. Tony also works with student leaders, coaching them on academic skills to ensure they have the best outcomes for both themselves individually and their organizations.  In his free time Tony enjoys songwriting, performing, rugby, and exploring all that San Diego has to offer.    


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Alba Alonzo| she, her, hers
Administrative Support Coordinator
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Alba is the Administrative Support Coordinator for Student Life & Leadership Department at San Diego State University. Alba was born in San Diego but raised in the small town of Culiacan SInaloa Mexico. She attended the University of Baja California and earned her bachelor’s degree in International Business under the first generation of the NEXUS program with San Diego State earning her MS in Business Administration.

Alba performs all the administrative duties in support of work unit operation and coordination work activities including setting up and maintaining office procedures relate to specific academic programs or administrative office; developing documents involving the use of software features suchs charts, tables and graphics, providing lead work direction and coordinating unit workflow’ performing administrative duties and/or project work direction and coordination related to programs, policies and procedures’ organizing and arranging special events and related activities.


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Kaleigh Lacouture  | she, her, hers
Student Life Advisor for Student Organizations & Activities 
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Kaleigh Lacouture is a Student Life Advisor for Student Organizations & Activities at San Diego State University. She is originally from Paso Robles, California, a small town on the central coast. Kaleigh attended Sonoma State University for her undergraduate career where she received a degree in Psychology, and she will soon be receiving her master’s degree in Higher Educational Leadership in May 2021.

Kaleigh’s role consists of supporting student organization leaders and members through consultations, guidance, and coordination of the student recognition processes as well as organization events. She assists in programming and developing co-curricular opportunities to enhance student engagement and foster a sense of community here at SDSU with events connected to Midnight Study Break, Aztec Nights, OneSDSU and more. When she is not with students or doing the work she loves, Kaleigh also enjoys going to concerts, hanging out with her friends at the beach or pool, and being outdoors with her dog! 


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Michelle Halverson | she, her, hers
Student Life Advisor for Leadership & Service 
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Michelle Halverson serves as a Student Life Advisor for Student Organizations & Activities at San Diego State University. Michelle is originally from Roseville, California a suburb just outside of Sacramento. Michelle graduated from Sonoma State University with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Criminology & Criminal Justice Studies. Additionally, she will soon be receiving her Master of Arts degree in Post-secondary Educational Leadership with a Specialization in Student Affairs in May 2021.

In her role, Michelle is dedicated to advising Recognized Student Organizations in policy compliance and organization events, managing OneSDSU social media networks, and serving on various event planning committees to create a memorable college experience for students. Michelle also has an extensive background in working with fraternity and sorority leaders here at SDSU and CSU San Marcos, and is particularly passionate about serving this student community. Outside of SDSU, Michelle volunteers as a Chapter Advisor for her sorority, Alpha Xi Delta, and is a regional facilitator for Delta Chi fraternity and Gamma Phi Beta International sorority. When she isn’t working or volunteering, she loves to do yoga, travel, and explore San Diego with her partner and dog!


GRADUATE Student Affairs Assistants

Leadership & Service
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Commuter Life

Student Organizations & Activities
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Fraternity & Sorority Life
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