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Directions: Career Development is part of Student Affairs and located in 225 Campus Center. As you come up the stairs or get off the elevator on the second floor of Horrigan Hall, turn right and go through the double doors. Take the first left and go down the hallway.
225E Campus Center (Horrigan Hall)
Director, Career Development
Jennifer Guyer-Wood graduated from Minnesota State University, Mankato, with a Bachelor of Science in Social Studies and Speech Secondary Education and a Master of Science in Counseling and Student Personnel. After working at Anoka-Ramsey Community College and the University of St. Thomas in the Minneapolis/St. Paul area, she returned to Minnesota State Mankato in 2002 to work in the Career Development Center, where she served as Career Exploration Coordinator and Assistant Director. Jennifer later served as Director of Alumni Relations and Special Events at Minnesota State from 2008-2012.
In 2012, Jennifer's husband accepted a job with the Muhammad Ali Center in Louisville, Kentucky. They moved with their four cats and two large dogs (a Newfoundland and a St. Bernard) and eventually Jennifer began working as director of the Career Development Center at Bellarmine University. With 17 years of experience in higher education, Jennifer is passionate about helping students and graduates develop careers that they love.
Associate Director, Career Development (working with student athletes)
Ann is on special assignment for fall 2014 working with the career development of Bellarmine athletes. With 26 years of experience in career development, Ann has provided vocational testing, career counseling, internship and placement services for students, alumni, and community members. She has also developed partnerships and relationships with employers to create employment opportunities for current students and alumni. She is an instructor for the Freshman Focus program and an adjunct instructor in the Communications Department. She has thirty years of experience in higher education including serving as an academic advisor at the University of Louisville’s School of Business and a Cooperative Education Coordinator at the University of Louisville’s Career Placement Center. She has Bachelor of Arts in Education and a Masters of Education in Counseling from the University of Louisville.
225L Campus Center (Horrigan Hall)
Assistant Director, Career Development
Franeisha is a proud alumna of Western Kentucky University in Bowling Green, KY; receiving her Bachelor of Science degree in Design, Merchandising and Textiles and her Master of Arts in Student Affairs in Higher Education.
Franeisha has experience in Career Services, Judicial Affairs, and Residence Life from Western Kentucky University, Indiana University Bloomington and now Bellarmine University. Her studies, campus experiences, and love of learning helped her realize that a college setting was the perfect fit for her future career. Since then, Franeisha has worked with college students and alumni to help them find their passion in life; and is continually striving to help students understand the importance of career development and the need to start planning as early as possible.
Campus Center (Horrigan Hall)
Interim Assistant Director, Career Development
Lindsay Peters grew up in south central Tennessee and graduated from Western Kentucky University with her Bachelor’s in Broadcast Journalism and Math in 2009. Following undergrad, she worked in corporate recruiting for several years, recruiting, interviewing, training and developing college students in a nationally recognized internship program. It was this experience that uncovered her passion for Student Affairs and Career Development. In May of 2014, Peters finished her Master’s in College Student Personnel from the University of Louisville and began her professional role as the Interim Assistant Director of Career Development at Bellarmine.
Lindsay enjoys playing team sports, specifically soccer, in her spare time. Additionally, she and her running partner have plans to complete a half marathon in each state during their lifetime. Peters has a passion for travel and encourages all students to consider studying abroad at some point during their collegiate careers (she studied in the Yucatan Peninsula of Mexico, Italy, Trinidad and Tobago).