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Caryl Montero-Adams  | she, her, hers
Assistant Dean of Students for Student Life

Caryl Montero-Adams serves as the Assistant Dean of Students for Student Life. In her role, she leads the Center for Fraternity & Sorority Life, Center for Student Organizations & Activities, and the Campus Assistance, Response, Engagement, and Support (CARES) program. In addition to these supervisorial roles, Caryl collaboratively leads several strategic efforts within the division, including expanded late night and weekend programming, the implementation of recommendations from the Presidential Task Force on Student Activities and Safety, and hazing prevention efforts at SDSU. 

Prior to her role, Caryl served as the Director of Student Life & Leadership, Assistant Director of SLL for Fraternity & Sorority Life, and as a Residence Hall Coordinator. She earned a bachelor of science in education degree in health promotion and education from the University of Cincinnati and a masters of science in education degree in higher education and student affairs from Indiana University. Caryl has been honored by the division with the Strengthening Connection to SDSU, Excellence in Student Development, and Exceptional New Professional awards. Caryl serves as Co-President of the Board of Directors for the San Diego Leadership Alliance and volunteers as the Alumnae Initiate Experience Consultant for Sigma Sigma Sigma sorority. 

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Christine Molina  | she, her, hers
Assistant Dean of Students for Co-Curricular Programs and Student Support 
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As Assistant Dean of Students for Co-Curricular and Student Support, Molina provides vision and leadership to promote student success and a high quality of student life, engagement, and development.  She has responsibility for the Center for Commuter Life and the Glazer Center for Leadership and Service, and provides leadership to the coordinated care advising and affinity group programs. She also collaboratively leads the division’s utilization of SDSU Navigate (EAB).

Christine has been a dedicated member of the SDSU community for 16 years, holding leadership roles supporting undergraduate academic advising and student success.  Most recently, she served as the Director of Advising and Evaluations, and provided leadership to undergraduate campus advisors.  Previously, she served as Associate Director of Advising and Evaluations, Academic Coordinator/Advisor for Compact Scholars, and Adviser/Evaluator.  She is a member of the National Academic Advising Association (NACADA), and has worked closely with CSU Directors of Academic Advising. Christine earned a bachelor of arts degree in human development from the University of California San Diego and a master of arts degree in postsecondary educational leadership with a specialization in student affairs from San Diego State University. 

 

Center for Commuter Life

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Eunice Flores | she, her, hers
Assistant Director, Center for Commuter Life
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Eunice Flores serves as the Assistant Director for the Center for Commuter Life at San Diego State University. She is from Chula Vista down south of SDSU. Her transformative college experience is what led her to pursue a career in Higher Education. Eunice is a proud two time alumna of SDSU receiving a bachelor's in Psychology and a master's degree in Educational Leadership.


Eunice has held various positions at SDSU for the past 9 years. She served as Lead Coordinator in the Office New Student Orientation welcoming thousands of new students and families and led a full day Spanish parent orientation program.  She held a position as a Career Counselor at SDSU Career Services where she served students in the College of Arts of Letters and Professional Studies & Fine Arts with their career development. In her role now as Assistant Director for the Center for Commuter Life provides leadership and support initiatives and efforts that contribute to commuter success.  Eunice has developed and maintained working relationships with many campus partners across campus to support Student Success Pathways, mentoring and workshops. As a former commuter student herself she understands the commuter experience and is dedicated to helping commuter students thrive during their time at SDSU. 

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Laura Horton | she, her, hers
General Advisor & Retention Specialist, Commuter Life 
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Laura is a General Advisor & Retention Specialist at San Diego State University and a two-time alumna of SDSU. While working towards the completion of her master’s degree in Communication Studies, she also served as an Undergraduate Major Advisor, instructor of COMM103 Oral Communication, and volunteer instructor at Los Colinas Detention and Reentry Facility. After earning her degree, she worked at San Francisco State University as a Graduation Evaluator in the Office of the Registrar. There, she assisted the university in transitioning toward an automated degree evaluation process. Laura is very passionate about integrating learning management technology with comprehensive academic advising. She is dedicated to assisting SDSU’s students achieve their academic and co-curricular goals. When she is not at work, Laura enjoys hiking, attending comedy shows, and seeking out all the delicious eateries in San Diego. 

 

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Helen Ma | she, her, hers
Commuter Student Success Coach for Center for Commuter Life 
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Helen Ma serves as a Commuter Student Success Coach for the Center for Commuter Life at San Diego State University. Helen is a San Diego native. She attended San Diego State University where she received her Bachelor of Arts Degree in Public Administration as well as her Masters of Arts degree in Postsecondary Educational Leadership. 

In her role, Helen serves first year, second year and transfer commuter students through various mentoring programs. She also programs and develops events for the Commuter Resource Center to promote commuter student engagement. Helen is very passionate about connecting students to all that SDSU has to offer. Outside of Commuter Life, Helen advises Sigma Alpha Zeta, a multicultural sorority on campus. When she isn’t working, she loves to workout, cook and shop at Costco. 

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Tony Roulhac | he, him, his
General Advisor & Retention Specialist, Commuter Life
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Tony Roulhac is a General Advisor & Retention Specialist for the Center for Commuter Life at San Diego State University. He also serves 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 providing a range of Advising to the SDSU Commuter Student Population. In his free time Tony enjoys songwriting, performing, rugby, and exploring all that San Diego has to offer.    

 

 

Center for Fraternity and Sorority Life

 
 

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Kayla Snow | She, Her, Hers
Student Life Advisor for the Center for Fraternity & Sorority Life 
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Kayla Snow is a Student Life Advisor for the Center for Fraternity & Sorority Life at San Diego State University. Kayla is originally from Poway, CA and was born and raised in San Diego, although she has family across several states. She received her bachelors of science in Kinesiology from California State University San Marcos and went on to achieve her masters degree in Higher Education Leadership from the University of San Diego.


Kayla joined the Fraternity & Sorority Life advisory team in January of 2022 and serves as the primary advisor for all 4 Greek governing councils and 5 of our Greek Auxiliary groups. Additionally, she provides direct support to all recognized Greek organizations on campus. Outside of SDSU, Kayla is a spin instructor and enjoys being active, outdoors, attending concerts and spending time with loved ones. 

 

 

Glazier Center for Leadership and Service

 

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

 

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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 in the Glazer Center for Leadership & Service at San Diego State University. Michelle is originally from Roseville, California which is 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 holds her Master of Arts degree in Post-secondary Educational Leadership with a Specialization in Student Affairs from SDSU.

In her role, Michelle is dedicated to advising Recognized Student Organizations in policy compliance and organization events, coordinating leadership programs and service learning events, and supporting Student Success Fee academic-related programs. Michelle is passionate about helping student leaders realize their potential.

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!

 

Center For Student Organizations and Activities 

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Kevin Araujo-Lipine | he, him, his
Director, Center for Student Organizations and Activities
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Kevin Araujo-Lipine (he/him) serves as the Director of the Center for Student Organizations & Activities. In this role, he provides strategic leadership and support for Recognized Student Organizations (RSOs), the Event Application System (EAS), Aztec Nights late-night programming, One SDSU Community, SDSU Go!, and Summer Nights. Kevin has been a member of the SDSU community since 2018, where he started as the Assistant Director for Student Organizations & Activities, and most recently supported the Center for Student Rights & Responsibilities serving in the Associate Director role.

Kevin brings a portfolio of leadership experiences in residential life, orientation, student activities, diversity and inclusion, student engagement, student and organizational conduct, and large-scale programming. Kevin attended North Central College in Naperville, Illinois where he earned a bachelor’s degree in Mathematics and minors in Secondary Education and Organizational Leadership. He went on to attain a master’s degree in College Student Personnel from Bowling Green State University in Bowling Green, Ohio. Kevin is actively involved in the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators (NASPA), including past leadership roles as the Co-Chair for the Gender and Sexuality Knowledge Community (KC), and a NASPA Undergraduate Fellows Program (NUFP) Mentor. Kevin enjoys spending time with his family and friends, cooking, being a Disney nerd, and traveling.

 

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Amaris Gonzales | she, her, hers
Student Life Advisor for Student Organizations & Activities 
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Amaris Gonzalez is a Student Life Advisor for the Center for Student Organizations and Activities. Amaris was born and raised in North County San Diego. She attended community college, then transferred to California State University San Marcos, where she got her Bachelor's degree in Sociology in 2019. She then went on to pursue her Masters Degree in Counseling at San Diego State University, graduating in 2021 with a PPS Credential and Certificate in Mental Health Recovery and Trauma Informed Care.  

In her role as a Student Life Advisor, Amaris serves our Cultural, Political, Recreational, and Religious Based Organizations on Campus. She supports student leaders with programming efforts, student success and engagement, and involvement. She also oversees the One SDSU Community Initiative that is intended to create inclusion and diversity events on campus. Amaris is dedicated to supporting students on their academic journey at SDSU, and is passionate about student advocacy and activism.

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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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Zach McDaniel  | he, him, his
Student Life Advisor for Student Organizations & Activities 
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Zach McDaniel serves as the Student Life Advisor for Campus Events & Alternative Programs within the Center for Student Organizations & Activities at San Diego State University. Zach grew up in San Marcos in North County San Diego and obtained his Bachelor of Science Degree in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology with a minor in Psychology from California Lutheran University.  He also has his Master of Science degree in Higher Education from CSU Fullerton.

Zach is passionate about student engagement and facilitating opportunities for students to create community at SDSU.  In his role, Zach supports the development and implementation of events on and off the SDSU campus, in particular those related to Aztec Nights, Summer Nights, and the SDSU Go! field trip program.  When not working, he enjoys gaming, trying to make bread, and going hiking with his dog.

 

 
 

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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 such as 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.

 

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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