(coming soon in SPRING 2023)
"Individual commitment to a group effort -- that is what makes a team work, a company work, a society work, a civilization work."
- Vince Lombardi
College of the Arts & Humanities
Adalyn is a sophomore majoring in Organizational Communications. Her plan is to work for an organization that fights for social justice. She currently serves as the National Council of Negro Women, Historian, and the New Membership Chair.
dr. Arrington stoll
College of the Arts
Dr. Stoll is a professor for Communication in the College of Arts, and a marketing communication strategist. She specializes in interpersonal, organizational, and intercultural communication and is also a highly motivated, creative individual with experience and passion for teaching. Dr. Stoll has immersed herself in marketing and interpersonal communication best practices and is an expert in the methodology, approach, and tactics, to use those resources to effectively communicate to the right audience at the right time on the right platform. She is not only committed to ongoing training and self-education to stay ahead of trends and incorporate new marketing and communication tools, but is equally committed in sharing her expertise with others.
M.S. ITAM Data Analytics
Organizational Development Consultant
Meghan has a Masters in Information Technology and Administrative Management with a specialization in the Structures of Data Analytics and Experimental Psychology. She also received her bachelor's degrees in Psychology and Interdisciplinary Studies in Social Sciences with a specialization in cultural studies, sociology, and research statistics and methodology from CWU. Meghan has been involved in the nonprofit sector from a young age, starting out in Mental Health and Disability Rights Advocacy, she has moved from being a volunteer and facilitator for NAMI, a council member for Disability Rights Washington, and now continues as a nonprofit and organizational development consultant in the areas of grants writing, governance, marketing, and story telling.