The 2021 Career Impact Awards recognize the impact on student success
Dr Christie Mayo, Associate Professor, College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences
âAs a mentor, she embodies the most fundamental values ââof transparency, trust, vulnerability, enthusiasm and selfless commitment to make an impact not only on the careers of students, but also on her peers, her staff. and its leaders.
Margarita Lenk, Associate Professor, College of Business
âMargarita believes in a world where everyone can freely contribute their work, ideas and perspectives with the same respect, interest and opportunity. She works tirelessly to help students explore their careers and provide them with professional growth.
Cori Wong, Assistant Vice President for Diversity
âCori supported me at a time when no one was there to do it. She held my hand through the times when I had doubts about myself. She took time for me despite her busy schedule. I wouldn’t be where I am today without Cori.
Chris Schmidt, Managing Partner, Colorado Marketplace at Deloitte
âWe often hear the expression ‘The rams take care of the rams.’ It’s good to know that while alumni hold senior positions in one of the largest professional service organizations, alumni like Chris Schmidt make it a point to do what they can to help our current Rams succeed. succeed.
Kristina Quynn, Assistant Professor, Graduate School and Director of CSU Writes
âAs part of Dr Quynn’s ‘Inclusive Guidelines for Interaction’, I received thesis advice, career writing skills and strategies, and a safe atmosphere where anxiety found productivity, support and camaraderie despite the differences in our group.
For more information on the awards or to see all of this year’s nominees and winners, visit the Career Center website.