The College of Business Administration is pleased to announce the following new staff members.
Alwyn Malachi Berkeley Jr. (BS ’11) is an assistant programmer in the college’s Tech Center. He assists in the college-wide implementation and rollout of the business school’s CRM application Intelliworks. Also, he provides support for the college’s faculty and staff with technological developments and helps design, implement and maintain source code related to the college’s systems, reporting and databases. His degree is in computer science.
Staci Danielle Bernhard (BA ’08) has joined the Chapman Graduate School as an admissions evaluator. In this position, she advises students and program managers regarding admission requirements, processes admissions materials, and analyzes and determines applicant eligibility for admission into the person’s desired graduate program. Her undergraduate degree is in psychology and she is enrolled in FIU master’s program in clinical psychology.
Lorena Calvo, a marketing major, is office assistant in the Chapman Graduate School as well as assistant to Stephen Barnett, executive faculty director for MBA programs and visiting professor in the Department of Marketing. Not only does she help out everyone in the office and all the programs for the graduate school, but also she assists Barnett with his class and his Master Project.
Janet Chavez (MIB ’10, BBA ’08), is now program coordinator in the School of Accounting. She guides program planning and provides assistance to students on administrative issues pertaining to registration, grade submittal, negative indicators and graduation. She also evaluates course equivalency documents as needed for the Department of Professional Regulations and communicates the CPA licensing requirements to students.
As program coordinator in the Office of Executive and Professional Education (EPE), Robert Grimal is in charge of marketing for all of the college’s open enrollment programs in EPE. He graduated from the Belen Jesuit Preparatory School in 2009 and will be starting a psychology/criminal justice major this fall.
Claudia Jo (MS ’07, BS ’04) is a graduate assistant in the Executive and Professional MBA (EMBA and PMBA) programs, providing administrative support, fielding phone calls and engaging both current and prospective students. Her degrees are in hospitality management and she is currently a student in the Evening MBA program.
Salvador Pascual is an assistant programmer in the Tech Center, where he assists in implementing and rolling out the college’s document management system OnBase. Additionally, he provides support for the college’s faculty and staff with technological developments; designs, develops, modifies, tests and maintains the business school’s web solutions; and supports the business school’s in-house applications such as Directory System, Faculty Assessment System, Course Evaluation System and Advising System among other systems adopted by the College of Business Administration. He holds an A.S. degree in applied electronics and a B.S. in information and technology.
Antony Valdes (BBA ’09), who majored in marketing, has joined the college as special events coordinator. In this position in the Office of Advancement, Alumni and Corporate Relations, he plans, organizes and executes all internal and alumni events.