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Rae Joyce Baguilat

Student Leadership Development
Term expires: July 1, 2018

Rae Joyce Baguilat has been part of the NEIU community as the Assistant Director of Student Leadership Development since July 2014. Before working here, she worked in Student Affairs at Illinois Institute of Technology and Saint Xavier University where she served as Treasurer of the SXU Staff Council for 2 years.

Jessica Mueller, M.S.

Alumni Relations Office
Term expires: July 1, 2018

Jessica has been working in student affairs since 2011 in the areas of Greek Life, Student Conduct, interpersonal violence prevention initiatives, and organizational development. Jessica cuurently works in the Alumni Relations Office as the Assistant Director at Northeastern Illinois University celebrating 78,000+ alumni near and far. Jessica  coordinates scholarship campaigns, social and networking events, career connections, the NEIU Alumni Association membership program and works on fundraising and institutional advancement/development initiatives.

A Chicago native with her husband, Brandon, and five pound poodle, Winston. Jessica is a proud alumnae member of Chi Omega women's fraternity, an avid fitness enthusiast, and service driven community member. Educational background includes a master's degree in College Student Personnel and a bachelor's degree in Forensic Chemistry, B.S., both from Western Illinois University.

Jessie Miller, M.A.

Communications Liason
Learning Support Center
Term expires: July 1, 2018
Jessie is the Writing Specialist of the Learning Support Center.  In her position, she oversees the professional and graduate assistant writing tutors who work directly with students to support their academic writing. Her professional background is in writing and learning centers, with experience in training, providing direct service to students, developing curriculum material, and creating print and website materials. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Professional Writing from Grand Valley State University and a master’s degree in Written Communication from Eastern Michigan University.

Wojciech Wloch, Ed.D.   Wojciech Wloch

A&P Liason to the Board of Trustees
International Programs
Term expires: July 1, 2017

Wojciech was born in early 1970s Gdansk, Poland. He moved to Canada in 1991 where he completed his Bachelor’s education at the University of Toronto in 1996. In 2003, he graduated with a Master’s degree from the University of Warsaw. In 2006, he moved to the U.S. where he completed his Ed.D. from the University of St. Thomas in 2015. His accomplishments include Honorary Board Membership at the European Journalism Training Association and Vice-Presidency of the European Association for Erasmus Coordinators. Currently, he works as a Coordinator of International Partnerships and International Recruiter.

Nancy Easton, Psy.D.     Nancy Easton

Student Health and Counseling Services
Term expires: July 1, 2019

Nancy Easton is the Associate Director for Clinical Services in Counseling Services. Prior to starting at NEIU in 2016, she worked as a Clinical Psychologist at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago’s Counseling Service for many years and is passionate about college student mental health, mindfulness meditation, and helping others. She holds a bachelor’s degree from Brown University, completed her doctorate at the Illinois School of Professional Psychology, and has served on the boards of several non-profits in Chicago, including Lakeview Pantry and Ancient Dragon Zen Gate meditation center. Nancy lives with her husband and two cats on the northwest side, and you can often find her biking to or from NEIU as she is an enthusiastic urban bicycle commuter.

Christopher Maxwell, M.A.     Christopher Maxwell profile picture

Dean of Students Office 
Term ends: July 1, 2019

Christopher Maxwell is the Interim Assistant Dean of Students. He has his Bachelor of Science in Broadcast & Cinematic Arts from Central Michigan University in Mt. Pleasant, MI, and his Master of Arts in Higher Education Administration from Appalachian State University in Boone, NC.  A passion of his is to help students better understand the advantage of using the collegiate experience as a framework for modeling their life post-graduation, and also work alongside colleagues who desire the best for their students.  Another passion is helping professionals better learn and develop from each other in ways that help enhance and refine their skills to better aid students.  He is thankful to be on the A&P committee and to provide new insights, along with upholding the values that supports the NEIU community.

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