Adriana Thomas is the Program Manager for the Health e-Workforce Consortium for Clark College in Vancouver, Washington. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Secondary Education and English Literature from Seattle Pacific University and a Master of Science in Educational Counseling with a Specialization in Student Development in Higher Education from Central Connecticut State University. She has worked in several departments in higher education including the Office of the Vice President of Student Affairs and the Learning Center at Central Connecticut State University. She was most recently the Instructional Support Student Navigator for the Health e-Workforce Consortium at Clark College.
Rhianna Johnson is the Program Manager for the Health e-Workforce Consortium for Clark College in Vancouver, Washington. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Public Affairs from Washington State University and a Master of Science degree in Sociology from Portland State University. Rhianna had held several positions at Clark College including advising, financial aid, admissions, instruction, and administration. She has supported numerous students throughout her career in multiple capacities and is passionate about student success. She is also a dedicated leader that strives for positive program outcomes.
T-Building, Room 114
Instructional Support Student Navigator
Trisha Haakonstad is the Instructional Support Student Navigator for the Health e-Workforce Consortium for Clark College in Vancouver, Washington. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communication Studies and Business Administration from the University of San Diego, and a Master of Science degree in Higher Education Leadership and Policy from Portland State University. Within her graduate program she completed a specialization in Post-Secondary, Adult and Continuing Education, with emphasis in adult learning and student development. She also holds a graduate certificate in Student Affairs, and Training & Development. She has worked in higher education in a variety of roles as a mentor, program assistant, student success coach, and instructor. She was most recently a student success coach working with a variety of adult students pursuing undergraduate degrees, where she helped students develop the skills needed to be academically successful, guiding them to achieve their educational and career goals.
PUB, Room 102
CCW, Room 125
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