Andreea Baker, MSN, RN Director of the Wellness Center, Concordia University Nebraska
I have worked in higher education for the past 9 years. I serve as the nurse and administrator of the Student Health Center. I also oversee the health and wellness programming across campus for students.
Connie Boehm Director of Big Red Resilience and Well-being, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Connie has enjoyed working in student affairs for over 40 years at six different institutions. She has expertise in student wellness, suicide prevention, alcohol and other drug prevention and recovery, bias reduction, and sexual violence. She brings together campus and community partners to provide vibrant, relevant, and responsive programming for the college community.
Lydia Coulson Alcohol & Drug Prevention Project Manager, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Lydia works at the University of Nebraska – Lincoln and holds a Master’s in Education from Marquette University. She has been an NECPA member at both UNL and at Creighton University where she was a part of the Omaha Collegiate Consortium. Outside of work, Lydia enjoys spending time with her husband and dog, working out, baking, and traveling.
Susan Ferrone Office of Student Engagement
Susan works with the Office of Student Engagement Team at Hastings College, focusing on First Year retention.
Mark Frillman, BA, LADC Licensed Drug & Alcohol Counselor, Alcohol & Other Drug Educator, University of Nebraska at Omaha
Mark Frillman works with the Counseling and Psychological Services office at the University of Nebraska Omaha. Being at UNO for the past 14 years he provides student counseling, works with student housing and conduct, and initiated the Collegiate Recovery Community. He also teaches the Drug Awareness class for COE Public Health/Behavioral Health. Spare time is spent woodworking and babysitting the grandchildren.
Jordan McCoy, LMHP Wellness Promotion and Prevention Coordinator, University of Nebraska at Kearney
Jordan is a Licensed Independent Mental Health Practitioner who spent 8 years working with children, adolescents, and families in a counseling setting. Taking this knowledge and passion for mental health with her, she now serves as the Wellness Promotion and Prevention Coordinator at the University of Nebraska at Kearney. Jordan enjoys the preventative work, spreading awareness surrounding mental health, substances, and promoting students' connection and belonging.
When not working, Jordan enjoys spending her time as a mother and wife, lover of music, and sports enthusiast.
Alicia Dorcey McIntosh Associate VP for Student Affairs, Wayne State College
Alicia is a licensed mental health practitioner and a licensed alcohol and drug counselor. She has worked in community mental health and private practice for over 20 years before moving to a career in higher education. Alicia serves as the Associate Vice President of Student Affairs at Wayne State College. She oversees student health, counseling, disability services, and is the Title IX coordinator.
Stacy Riley, Ms Ed Dean of Students and Assistant Campus Director, Southeast Community College, Milford Campus
Stacy advocates for equitable opportunities that allow students to engage their core values in their educational endeavors. Stacy has worked at SCC for 12 years and has 17 years of human service and higher education experience spanning from intimate partner violence to disability services. She has college wide oversight of student conduct, compliance, alcohol and other drug sanctions, adjudication procedures. In addition, she provides operational leadership for the development, implementation and continuous utilization of comprehensive disability and academic support services for students.
Alaina Smith Senior Director, Residential Student Initiatives, Bellevue University
Alaina works with teams focused on the residential student experience, from High School Admissions to Academic Advising, and Residence and Student Life. Her passion is providing a caring and compassionate environment to navigate the college experience. Seeing students make the transformation from their first year to graduation is the most rewarding part of her job. She also loves coffee and traveling!