Erin has been at MSU since 2004 and joined the Career & Internship Services office in the Spring of 2008. She has a B.S. in Psychology from Montana State University and her Master's of Education in Student Affairs, also from MSU. Erin serves as the operations manager for the Center for Student Success. She enjoys gardening and traveling.
Steve joined Career Services in August, 2013 after retiring as superintendent of schools for 18 years, having served both small rural districts and large urban districts. Steve started his career as an elementary teacher, later serving as principal at elementary, middle and high school levels before becoming superintendent. He has also taught educational leadership courses at the graduate school level and has been published nationally on several occasions. He earned a B.A. degree from the University of La Verne, a Master's degree from Calif. State University, Fullerton, and has done additional advanced study at Claremont Graduate school. In his "semi-retired" life he enjoys doing professional writing, hiking and biking, travel with his wife, and activities with children and grandchildren.
Tracy has a Business Marketing degree from Montana State University. Prior to working in the Career Services office she worked in the insurance industry for 13 years. Her husband is also a graduate of Montana State and her two daughters are currently students at MSU, carrying on the family tradition. Tracy enjoys travel, golf, Bobcat football and spending time with friends and family.
Tonya started working as a Research Analyst for the Office of Student Success in 2012. She received both her B.S. and M.S. in Mathematics from Montana State University and her Ph.D. in Statistics from Colorado School of Mines. Tonya supports the office with data mining, data analysis, and predictive modeling.
Paula Mozen holds a Masters of Fine Arts in Film from San Francisco State University. She is a an Emmy award-winning documentary filmmaker, educator, and PBS consultant whose work has been funded by The National Public Broadcast System, MacArthur Foundation, GAP, Greater Montana Foundation, Berkley Film Fund, Mental Insight Foundation and many others. She has served on the film faculties at Towson University in Baltimore, San Francisco State University and MSU. Her highly acclaimed films are currently distributed nationally and internationally to over 6,000 universities, highschools, public libraries, hospitals, medical schools, community and publichealth departments; have been screened at dozens of renowned film festivals; and broadcast by PBS, Discovery Channel and Knowledge Network. She loves career coaching and advocating for MSU students to achieve their academic and personal goals. Given any excuse, she will get outside to go play in the snow, rock and waters in the mountains surrounding Bozeman.
Cathy earned her M.A. in Administration, Supervision, and Curriculum Development from the University of Colorado, and her B.A. in Education from Ohio Wesleyan University. Most recently she worked as an independent consultant with state and federal grants related to increasing the graduation rate/decreasing the dropout rate of designated Colorado high schools. Prior to that role, Cathy spent 25 years in administration at the secondary level in the public school system in Colorado. She served her last nine years as a high school principal in a 2100 student school north of Denver. Cathy’s goal is to effectively assist MSU students in the transition from student life to career life.
Lori is the Budget Analyst and Systems Manager for Career & Internship Services, Office of Student Success and Financial Education. She has a B.A. in Communications and Psychology from Purdue University and her Master's of Science in Human Resource Management, also from Purdue.