Amanda Frost has been hired as a Student Services Specialist for Project RISE. She has worked at NVC for the past 16 years in different capacities; 10 years as secretary in the Child Development Center and 5 years as secretary in the EOPS Office and most recently as a student services specialist in Financial Aid.
Amanda transferred from NVC to Sonoma State University where she received her B.S. in Business Administration. Amanda is excited to be working with local high school students in her new capacity.
Amanda will start her new role on March 1st and her office will be located in Bldg. 2200. She can be reached via email at
email@example.com or at the main Project RISE main number, 256-7785.
Mark Martin, who worked in the Transfer Center for 14 years as a Student Services Specialist and who has worked in academia for 25 years, is now a Project RISE Specialist/Coach. His duties will include community and local high school outreach, and in-depth advising with historically underrepresented, at-risk, and low income students.
Mark attended several California Community Colleges prior to earning a B.F.A and M.F.A. in Studio Arts from the University of Wisconsin. Mark will be truly missed in the Transfer Center but we're glad that he's still part of the Student Affairs unit.
Mark can be reached at 256-7786 or via email at
firstname.lastname@example.org. His office is located in modular 2200 building where Project RISE is.