Director of Career Connections
Roslynn graduated from ULM in 1981 with a Bachelor's degree in Communications. She has over 15 years' experience working in the Office of Financial Aid Services, which includes reviewing and awarding financial aid, counseling students and parents, presenting outreach programs to area high schools and organizations, and managing the Federal Work-Study Program. Prior to her work at ULM, she worked with Entergy as Senior Communications Specialist for the Grand Gulf Nuclear Station. Her position with the company required her to travel extensively throughout Mississippi and parts of Louisiana presenting outreach programs about nuclear energy.
Roslynn's position with Career Connections will be to guide, direct and manage the Office of Career Connections and its programs.
"It is a pleasure for me to be working with our faculty/staff as well as area employers in locating and developing employment for our students. Being employed helps students achieve self-independence as well as time management, interpersonal and communication skills. Please come by and visit me if you have any questions."
Assistant Director of Career Connections
Kristin is an alumna of ULM earning her Bachelor’s degree in Social work in 2008, then her Master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling in 2010. Kristin began working at ULM in 2010 and has served in many roles across the campus. Her experiences include: Coordinator of Advising in the College of Arts and Sciences, Coordinator of Online Admissions, and Enrollment Services Specialist for Transfer and Adult Learners. Kristin has a background in traveling to recruit future students and assisting both face-to-face as well as online students with the enrollment processes.
Kristin’s main purpose is to provide all ULM students the opportunity of exposure to today’s job trends and assist them in becoming well-versed in the skills necessary to gain employment.
“My passion is working with students in higher education. My goal is to be a strong guidance during the preparation of our students’ college careers and assist in connecting them with communal resources. I take great pride in the caliber of our students and it is my strong belief that our students will be exceptionally prepared for the workforce upon graduation.”