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For general information, please contact the office at 864-656-2478 or businessengage@clemson.edu.

Lynn ReevesLynn Reeves

Executive Assistant

klsauls@clemson.edu
Pronouns: she/her/hers

Areas of responsibility:
Office operations, office marketing, budget management

What fictional world or place would you most like to go?
The Hundred Acre Wood

What's the best piece of advice you have ever been given / what would you tell your younger self?
Don't dwell on your past! Live in the present to the fullest and look excitedly to the future!


Helen Diamond SteeleHelen Diamond Steele

Director

hsteele@clemson.edu
Pronouns: she/her/hers

Areas of responsibility:
Office oversight and advocation, Wilbur O. and Ann Powers College of Business Student Advisory Board advisor, Alumni Loyalty Board engagement, budget oversight

What energizes you at work?
Students! I love working with our amazing students and alumni.

What's the best piece of advice you have ever been given / what would you tell your younger self?
Surround yourself with the best people you can find.


Leah HughesLeah Hughes

Assistant Director for Career and Professional Development

leahh@clemson.edu
Pronouns: she/her/hers

Areas of responsibility:
Employer relations, career events, international internship program, management of Business JobLink, professional development, internship support

As a child, what did you want to be when you grew up?
A teacher. I actually ended up teaching middle school for several years before going back to get my Masters in Human Resource Development. I MUCH prefer working with college students than middle schoolers!

What's your favorite place on Clemson's campus?
My favorite places aren't there in the same form they were when I was in undergrad, but one of my favorite places to study and lounge between classes was the amphitheater. I'm also partial to Sirrine Hall.


Gaby PeschieraGaby Peschiera

Assistant Director for Global Engagement

gpeschi@clemson.edu
Pronouns: she/her/hers

Areas of responsibility:
Global engagement program development and management, Wilbur O. and Ann Powers College of Business travel aid, and faculty-directed study abroad programs

What's your favorite place you've ever visited? What made it so awesome?
This is really hard for me to choose...but the first country that I went to in Asia was Japan, and it was the first time that I had been somewhere that was so vastly different from what I was used to that it was a truly eye-opening experience.

What is your favorite ice cream flavor?
Anything with peanut butter! If getting Ben & Jerry's, though, it's Half-Baked.


Alex HazletonAlex Hazleton

Global Engagement Coordinator

hazleto@clemson.edu
Pronouns: she/her/hers

Areas of responsibility:
Student advising for study abroad, student outreach for study abroad, assist with support and management of business-specific study abroad programs

What's your favorite place you've ever visited? What made it so awesome?
Croatia. It was my first ever solo vacation and I was nervous about traveling somewhere new alone with a language barrier. I met other solo travelers and had a wonderful time exploring Dubrovnik.

What energizes you at work?
Working with students to find a good fit for them and challenges them.


Tony GiannottiTony Giannotti

Tiger Ties Graduate Assistant

tgianno@clemson.edu
Pronouns: he/him/his

Areas of responsibility:
Student engagement of Tiger Ties Mentoring, preparation of mentor newsletter, support and manage Tiger Ties Leadership Team, host mentorship/networking events

If you could live anywhere on this planet, where would you choose to live? Why?
If I could live anywhere, I would love to live in Dubai or Morocco! I have a love for foreign languages, especially Arabic and French. Both also have beautiful landscapes and an abundance of culture to learn!

What's the best piece of advice you have ever been given / what would you tell your younger self?
The best piece of advice I have ever received is "don't get in the way of yourself." It is very easy to get in your own head and limit yourself, so this piece of advice has always stuck with me. I would tell my younger self many things, but the most crucial things are (1) it is okay to not always have a plan, and (2) connection and friendships are going to be crucial to your life and development, so put a lot of work and effort into every person you interact with.

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