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 ’00, Executive 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.
Nina Olken, Senior 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
Tasia Sullivan, Career Advisor
Strength Themes: Empathy | Relator | Learner | Futuristic | Harmony
Tasia has spent over 10 years in the field of social work serving the Pacific NW region and is excited to bring her passion for community-centered work to L&C. Tasia loves to explore future possibilities with students that invite wonder and curiosity over potential opportunities. She has a Masters in Business Administration (Louisiana State University in Shreveport) and Bachelors of Science in Community Health Education (Portland State University) and above all considers herself to be a perpetual student of life eager to discover more.
Michael Lee, Assistant Director of Employer and Student Engagement
Strength Themes: Adaptability | Individualization | Positivity | Futuristic | Learner
Michael (they/them) has a Masters of Fine Arts in Dance Choreography from University of North Carolina at Greensboro. While setting up events and performances, working with staff, they also focus on equity in the workplace, creating change where it is needed. Michael has worked with Ohlone Leaders to learn and create Land Acknowledgements, reworked bathrooms to be All-Gendered and co-created previous workplaces Equity Working Group.
Niels Marquardt ’75, Diplomat in Residence
During his 33-year diplomatic career, Ret. Ambassador Niels Marquardt served as America’s top diplomat in Madagascar, Cameroon, the Comoros, and Equatorial Guinea with additional service in Germany, France, Thailand, and the Republic of the Congo. His final State Department assignment was as U.S. Consul General in Sydney, Australia, where he remained and served another four years in the private sector as CEO of the American Chamber of Commerce in Australia. He also served as a Peace Corps volunteer in Zaire and Rwanda.
After graduating from Lewis & Clark with a bachelor’s degree in German Studies, Niels earned his master’s degree in global management from the Thunderbird School of Global Management and his master’s in international security strategy from the National War College. In 2017, Lewis & Clark honored Marquardt with the Distinguished Alumnus award.
Kristin Baker, Administrative Specialist
Strength Themes: Consistency | Deliberative | Responsibility | Developer | Analytical
Kristin earned an AA degree in Paralegal Studies and began working as a legal assistant in the law school’s civil practice clinic in 2006. When the clinic closed in 2015, she moved to the CAS campus where she works as an administrative specialist. She loves the energy of working on a college campus as well as the meaningful and important work they do in the Career Center.