Meet the Team

Check out each profile below to learn more about the staff and read their words of wisdom! 

Career and Professional Development Services

Vicki Crum
Vicki Crum
CAREER AND MARKETING STRATEGIST

Filippi Academic Hall 190
vgc2@stmarys-ca.edu

Br Glenn
Brother Glenn Bolton
GRADUATE & LAW SCHOOL ADVISOR

Filippi Academic Hall 190
bgbolton@stmarys-ca.edu

High Potential Program

Sharzad Mozzafar
Sharzad Mozaffar
SENIOR SUCCESS COACH

Assumption West
sm43@stmarys-ca.edu

HP provides coaching support services to first-generation/low-income students transitioning into college. 

My definition of "success" is finding true passion and happiness in what I do everyday. 

Joy Aburquez
Joy Aburquez
SUCCESS COACH

Assumption West
jha1@stmarys-ca.edu

Student Disability Services

Julie Scaff
Julie Scaff
DIRECTOR

Filippi Academic Hall 190
jas37@stmarys-ca.edu

Our office is here to help all students who might identify as having a disability or serious medical condition and we hope students can feel comfortable coming to us for support if they need it. There should be no shame or stigma with asking for help and getting support if you need it. 

Success to me is working hard and being dedicated to a goal, while not worrying about what others are doing or benchmarking against other's definition of success. We are all on our own path and success looks different for everyone, the greatest accomplishment I believe is staying on our own path and working towards our best selves, regardless of what others are doing.

Cami West
Cami West
OPERATIONS COORDINATOR

Filippi Academic Hall 190
cwest@stmarys-ca.edu

My favorite part of my job is helping students to be successful and feel confident and included. 

My definition of "success" is to achieve one's goals and feel self worth. 

Student Engagement and Academic Success

Christine Oh
Christine Oh
SEAS COACH

Filippi Hall
hoh@stmarys-ca.edu

Collin Pugh
Collin Pugh
SEAS COACH

Filippi Hall
cpugh@stmarys-ca.edu

My favorite part of my job is watching students' transformation from their first day of college to walking across the stage at graduation. 

To me, success is surrounding yourself with good people, however you define the term, and being able to say at the end of everyday that you had a positive impact on someone in your community. 

Judy Selland
Judy Selland
SEAS COACH

jselland@stmarys-ca.edu

What should students know about SEAS? Navigating college life - not just coursework - is challenging time in a young person's life and having someone to check-in with/go to for questions or concerns can be comforting. 

Success is when I set a goal and achieve that goal. It is when I feel like I have learned and accomplished something I set out to do.