Charlie has been a part of the Lewis & Clark community since 2003, completing his BA with a double major in Psychology and Music and his Master’s in Teaching. Charlie has extensive experience facilitating both formal and informal conflict resolution practices. Charlie participates in and leads trainings on best practices in investigation, adjudication, threat assessment, and behavioral intervention with organizations including ASCA, atIXa, NCHERM, NACUA, and WAVR-21. Charlie is a bibliophile and sings professionally throughout the Pacific Northwest.
Kate attended The University of Puget Sound for her undergraduate work and studied biology and bioethics. During her time there, she fell in love with student affairs through para-professional roles she held as a student such as being a Peer Advisor and Tour Guide. This led her to continue her education at Lewis and Clark in pursuit of a Masters Degree in Student Affairs Administration. Outside of her roles on campus, Kate enjoys vegetarian cooking, massive amounts of online shopping, and watching Studio Ghibli films.
Mickie graduated from Bluffton University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Early Childhood Education in 2017. She is pursuing a Master’s Degree in Student Affairs Administration here at Lewis & Clark College. Mickie is most passionate about building relationships and inclusive community, having good conversations, and asking questions. Her favorite pastimes include hiking, reading, journaling, playing board/card games, eating, and drinking coffee with pals.
Student Life Intern
Erin is currently in her second year as an undergraduate at Lewis and Clark, pursuing a Bachelor’s Degree in Biology with and emphasis in Pre-Med. She is a student-athlete on the women’s swim team. Aside from athletics, Erin loves seeing all the dogs on campus, shopping for new clothes and shoes, eating at the food trucks downtown, and just hanging around meeting new people and creating new relationships.
Michael Paz has been involved in the field of education since completing his undergrad in Creative Writing at the University of San Francisco. From supporting college access for first generation students in San Francisco to teaching high school English in Southern California, Michael’s passion has always resided in providing opportunities for young folks to actualize the power they hold. He wants to continue this work by pursuing a Master’s in Student Affairs Administration at Lewis & Clark. Michael is a big fan of most things Morrissey, riding his bike through pretty sketchy terrain, Los Angeles based sports teams, and his fiancé.
Charlie Ahlquist – Assistant Dean, Student Rights and Responsibilities
Jessica Carron - Area Director, Campus Living
Joseph Fastuca - Area Director, Campus Living
Jason Feiner - Director, Student Activities
Mickie Gonwick - Graduate Assistant, Student Rights and Responsibilities
Erin Khong - Student Life Intern, Student Rights and Responsibilities
Katherine Leibel - Area Director, Campus Living
Pedro Ramos - Graduate Assistant, Inclusion and Multicultural Engagement
Amanda Sarantis - Area Director, Campus Living
Michael Paz - Graduate Assistant, Student Rights and Responsibilities
Arielle Valdez - Graduate Assistant, Campus Living