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The Career Center is located in Templeton 270 next to the Bookstore.
Office hours are 8:30 am - 5 pm Monday through Friday. 

Meet Our Staff 

Rocky Campbell, Director

Strength Themes: Strategic | Learner | Arranger | Futuristic | Positivity

Rocky has more than 10 years of experience in management and corporate strategies. As chief operating officer of Relocation Coordinates International, he developed and managed global service supply chains, information technology and digital initiatives, and employee training, while serving as a subject matter expert on global mobility and recruitment assistance for corporate clients. Rocky has additional experience in publishing, sports, and nonprofit management.

Rocky has a master’s degree in sport studies from Miami University and a graduate certificate in strategic management from the University of California, San Diego. Among other roles at Lewis & Clark, he has served on the Board of Alumni for nearly five years.

Amanda Wheaton, Employer Relations Coordinator

Strengths Themes: Individualization | Relator | Restorative | Learner | Responsibility

Amanda Wheaton joined the Lewis & Clark Career Center in September 2017. Having recently completed an M.A. in Communication Studies, Amanda is thrilled to connect Pioneers with experiential and job opportunities in a variety of fields because she firmly believes in the value of liberal arts in making the world a better place. Amanda has over a decade of experience in higher education employer relations and outreach, internship coordination and student/alumni career development. Amanda has a bachelor’s degree in Comparative Literature with an emphasis in French and Art History from the University of California, Santa Barbara and she also lived and worked abroad in London after college.

When not on campus, Amanda Wheaton is typically reading several books at one time, taking Instagram pics and enjoying Portland’s many parks with her family.

“The world is changed by your example, not by your opinion” – Paulo Coelho

Nina Olken, Associate Director

Strengths Themes: Empathy | Relator | Restorative | Intellection | Developer 

After spending the past few years in Seattle, Sydney and Boston, Nina is thrilled to be back in her hometown! She is passionate about helping students find their path to meaningful work through internships and experiential learning.  She came to Lewis & Clark in February 2011 and has been consistently inspired by the dedicated avid idealism of Lewis & Clark students. 

Go confidently in the direction of your dreams.” —Henry David Thoreau

Adonica De Vault, Associate Director

Strengths Themes: Empathy | Context | Connectedness | Positivity | Harmony 

Adonica De Vault has been working at L&C for over fifteen years in career advising. She has a Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology (Saint Mary’s of Minnesota) and a Bachelor of Arts in English and Women’s Studies (University of St. Catherine, St. Paul). L&C students are creative, thoughtful and committed - one of the many reasons she loves her work. Other reasons include the awesome Career Center staff and student workers who arrive every day giving their all to help others find their way in the world.

“Every journey, honestly undertaken, stands a chance of taking us toward the place where our deep gladness meets the world’s deep need.”—Parker Palmer

Mary Beth Snell, Career Specialist

Strength Themes: Harmony | Empathy | Developer | Intellection | Individualization

Mary Beth joined the Lewis & Clark Career Center in January 2017. A former student-athlete and first-generation student, Mary Beth is excited to be working with Lewis & Clark students to explore major and career options​,​ and is eager to collaborate with the larger L&C community. Originally from Philadelphia, Mary Beth has a bachelor’s degree in business administration and a master’s degree in counseling & human relations, both from Villanova University.

When not on campus, Mary Beth can be found watching sports and exploring Portland with her family and their adopted pit bull, Carra.

There are many things in life that will catch your eye, but only a few will catch your heart. Pursue these.” ― Michael Nolan
Kristin Hutson, Administrative Specialist

Strength Themes:  Consistency| Deliberative | Responsibility | Developer | Analytical

Prior to working at Lewis & Clark, Kristin tried her hand at a few different careers, from being a cook in the Army, a laboratory assistant in a hospital and medical office, and working as a 911 operator/dispatcher. Kristin has worked for Lewis & Clark for 11 years. The first 8 years she worked as a Legal Assistant at the Law School’s Civil Practice Legal Clinic. After two years of working as an assistant to the Associate Dean of Student Engagement, she is now working in the Career Center as an Administrative Specialist. 

In her free time, Kristin enjoys bicycling, crocheting, camping, and spending time with her daughters and granddaughter.   

Anrey Wang, Career Counseling Intern
Strengths Themes: Strategic | Ideation | Empathy | Futuristic | Maximizer
Anrey has been a proud member of the Lewis & Clark community since 2015 and has been involved in numerous roles and collaborations within the undergraduate and graduate campuses. He is deeply passionate about advocating for equity and social justice, and especially enjoys mentoring young adults with gifts and talents who are from marginalized communities. Anrey is in the final year of his Masters of Arts program in Counseling Psychology at Lewis & Clark. He graduated from Oberlin College with a Bachelor of Arts in Neuroscience and a minor in Philosophy. He grew up in Los Angeles and has lived in San Francisco, Ohio, London, and China. He currently lives in Portland with his spouse and their mini dachshund-terrier mix.
“Not all those who wander are lost.”  — J. R. R. Tolkien
Emily Hordes, Graduate Student Worker

Strength Themes: Harmony | Discipline | Restorative | Individualization | Communicator

Emi is the Graduate Assistant for the Career Center and started working in the office in August 2017 with a specific emphasis in marketing. As a graduate student in the Student Affairs Administration Program, she is excited to be gaining experience in this office to help market career related events and support the students and community of Lewis and Clark College. Emi has her bachelor’s degree in sociology and minor in special education from the University of Oregon and ten years of experience in early childhood education.  When not on campus, she enjoys the Portland food/drink scene, hiking, yoga, and exploring Oregon with her labradoodle Charlie.

“The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you’ll go.” –Dr. Seuss 


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