Curious about which career coach could best meet your needs? Meet the Hire Tulane Grads team and schedule an appointment now.
Renee’ Dolliole is a Senior Student and Employer Advisor who enjoys providing invaluable support to students exploring career opportunities. She is also a Career Coach for the Senior Year Experience (SYE) Program. She received a Bachelor of arts degree in music performance from Dillard University, Master of liberal arts from Tulane University, and is currently pursuing an EdD in executive leadership from the University of Holy Cross. Renee’ has a passion for assisting students in achieving academic and career goals. In her spare time, she uses experience gained in higher education admissions and financial aid to help students gain access to college in underserved greater New Orleans communities.
Tyler Hackmann’s experience in higher education has fueled his passion for supporting students as they transition through different stages of their personal and professional lives. As a strategic, empathic coach, he seeks to promote reflection and introspection in each of his coaching relationships. Tyler earned his master’s degree in Higher Education and Student Affairs from Ohio State University, and his bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Washington University in St. Louis. As a Senior Student and Employment Advisor, Tyler aims to support students as they explore their purpose and connect their passion with tangible careers in the Senior Year Experience (SYE) program.
Lesley Hollon is passionate about providing support and guidance for young adults who are going through major transitional periods in their lives. Lesley brings more than four years of experience in higher education, including a previous role as a Senior Admissions Counselor where she assisted high school students with the college admissions, financial aid, and selection processes. A graduate of Miami University of Ohio, Lesley's Bachelor's degree in Latin American Studies/International Relations and strong interest in culture and the arts complements her work with students pursuing liberal arts degrees. Lesley is currently pursuing her Associate Certified Coaching credential from the International Coaching Federation and a Master's degree in social work from Tulane. She is active in the arts community in New Orleans in her free time and looks forward to helping liberal arts students plan their careers through the Senior Year Experience (SYE) program.
Jan Pereira provides high quality coaching to students and helps connect them with employers of interest through her role as a Career Coach for the Senior Year Experience (SYE) program. In SYE, Jan provides customized career coaching to science and engineering students during their last two years as scholars at Tulane. She holds a Master of arts degree in counseling psychology from Antioch University and is completing requirements for her Associate Certified Coaching credential from the International Coaching Federation. Jan has enjoyed a portfolio career in business as a banker, stock broker, executive coach, and co-founder of a career coaching and organizational effectiveness firm, where she counseled college students, graduate students and those beginning their first jobs, as well as coached seasoned professionals.
As a Senior Employer and Student Advisor, Shanice Webb helps connect students with employers and guides them through the career development process. In addition, Shanice is a Career Coach in the Senior Year Experience (SYE) program, a program that offers personalized career planning and support to liberal arts and science and engineering students during their last two years at Tulane. Shanice holds a Master's degree in public administration from the University of Akron and has earned her Associate Certified Coaching credential from the International Coaching Federation. Shanice is a positive changemaker and is an enthusiastic supporter of students' pursuit of their passions.
Supporting students to succeed in higher education is a passion for Valerie Morgan. She has more than three years of experience in higher education, which includes student mentoring, academic support, and life skills education at the Tulane Academic Services Center. As both a course instructor of Majors, Internships and Jobs (CRDV 1090) and career advisor, she works with students to plan and actualize their academic and career futures. Valerie earned a Master's degree in social work from Tulane University and is currently pursuing an Associate Certified Coaching credential from the International Coaching Federation. Valerie genuinely enjoys getting to know her students and providing a personalized approach to success for each and every student.
Geneva Torrenceis a higher education enthusiast with a passion for helping students succeed. She serves as a career educator and advisor. In her role as a career educator for the career development course Majors, Internships and Jobs (CRDV 1090), Geneva works closely with first-year students on academic and career planning. Along with teaching career development, she also does one-on-one career coaching and is an adjunct instructor for the Tulane School of Professional Development. Geneva enjoys the opportunity to work with others in a team setting and building interpersonal relationships. She holds a Master's degree in liberal arts from Tulane University and has earned her Associate Certified Coaching credential from the International Coaching Federation.
Carla Coury is the interim Director and Employer Engagement Leader for the Tulane Career Center, and brings more than 20 years of experience in higher education, career management, and corporate relations to the role. Prior to joining the Career Center team in 2016, Carla served as the executive director of the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses program, a multi-million dollar initiative to grow small businesses in the Gulf South region, working collaboratively with college leadership and corporate partners to exceed program goals. Carla earned the Senior Professional in Human Resources designation in 2011 to complement her Master’s degree in speech and organizational communication and Bachelor’s degree in Workforce Development and Instructional Design.