Olivia Del Viscio
Associate Director, Bachelor of Science & Specialized Masters Programs
Olivia Del Viscio is an Associate Director on the Career Management team at W. P. Carey School of Business where she leads the Bachelor of Science & Specialized Masters student-facing team. She joined Career Management in 2021 as a Career Coach, partnering with undergraduate Business Sustainability and Human Resources student populations. Olivia is a positive, service-oriented leader who strives to support all students, including those hailing from underrepresented backgrounds and/or identities. She believes that creating a collaborative coaching environment will ultimately help students to reach their career goals. Prior to joining W. P. Carey, Olivia worked in education abroad with a focus in program development and admissions. Driven by her professional and personal dedication in building inclusive spaces in higher education, Olivia served in a variety of volunteer roles for organizations such as The Forum for Education Abroad and the National Association for Study Abroad, and currently sits on the W. P. Carey DEI Council. Additionally, she is certified in both Customer Success Management and Education Abroad Advising. Olivia holds a B.A. degree in English from Gustavus Adolphus College and is pursuing her M.Ed. in Higher and Postsecondary Education at Arizona State University.
Alyssa Pereira is the Manager, Communications for the W. P. Carey Career Services Center, where she oversees the areas of communication strategy, marketing campaigns, communications materials, asset development, and marketing analytics for the department. Over the last few years, Alyssa has directly coached students in career and leadership development, in addition to developing communication assets and leveraging her background in visual design. Her professional background includes work in sports broadcast media, content strategy and development, social media management, freelance photography, and has previously founded a podcast and blog. Alyssa holds a B.S. in Strategic Communication and International Studies from North Dakota State University and a M.Ed. in Student Development Administration from Seattle University.
Lurissa Brown is a Career Coach on the Career Management team at the W. P. Carey School of Business, working directly with students in the Master of Science in Accountancy and Taxation programs and Undergraduate Accountancy. Prior to working at W. P. Carey, Lurissa was a Designated School Official (DSO) at ASU’s International Students and Scholars Center, advising international students for over five years on maintaining compliance with immigration regulations. Currently, she leverages her experience advising students on optimizing their global business skills to guide them through their career journey. Lurissa was born in Panama City, Panama, and always looks for new opportunities to make a positive impact on all students. She enhances the student experience through a balance of career coaching and networking strategies, which strengthens their competitiveness in the job market and promotes the W. P. Carey brand. Lurissa holds a B.S. in Spanish with a Certificate in Translation and an M.A. in Public Administration from Arizona State University.
Career Coach: Full-Time MBA
Sean Spain is an Assistant Director on the Career Management team at the W. P. Carey School of Business, specifically partnering with full-time MBA students. Sean thrives on challenging students’ mindsets to build the necessary skills needed for long term career progression and success. Sean has experience in Career Services at the secondary and higher education levels with additional experience in leadership with Verizon Wireless and as a licensed realtor. Sean holds a B.S. in Business Administration from Rockford University and an MBA from Strayer University.
Associate Director, Undergraduate Programs
Elizabeth Tirkas is an Associate Director on the Career Management team for the W. P. Carey School of Business, where she leads the undergraduate student-facing team that specializes with the Bachelor of Arts Business student portfolios. She begun working with Career Management in 2016, where she specifically partnered with undergraduate Accountancy, Computer Information Systems, and Business Data Analytics students. Elizabeth has seen first-hand how students that engage in the career management process can benefit in their development, accomplishing their goals, and ultimately strong employment opportunities. She works closely with employers to determine market needs and trends, which she then shares with her students to help them develop their career strategy. Elizabeth fully invests in the career development of the students and career professionals that she works with. She has over 10 years of experience in higher education, everything from academic advising, to service-learning curriculum development, to international programs, to study abroad, and to Fraternity and Sorority Life. She sees all of these experiences coming together to be able to aid students in their development and connect with their career journey. Elizabeth holds a B.A in Journalism from the University of Wyoming, and a M.A. in College Student Personnel from Bowling Green State University.
Career Coach: Communication
Brianna (Bri) Miloz is a Career Coach on the Career Management team at W. P. Carey School of Business, specifically partnering with undergraduate students in Communication. Bri strives to assist students in embracing their individualism, determining their strengths, and discovering career happiness through personal and professional development. She encourages students to be confident in the unique skill sets they possess and utilize them to steward their own desired career journey. With several years of experience in higher education, Bri has worked in residence life, TRIO programs, diversity and inclusion, student athlete success, student support services (first generation college students) and national scholarship advisement. She began her educational journey at Northern Arizona University, where she obtained a B.S. in Business Marketing and a B.S. in Business Management in 2017, followed by a M.A. in Higher Education and Student Affairs from the University of Connecticut in 2019.
Career Coach: Alumni
Claudia Enriquez is an Assistant Director on the Career Management team, specifically partnering with W. P. Carey School alumni. She has twelve years of experience in Higher Business Education, working with domestic and international students and alumni in English and Spanish. She is committed to partnering with alumni on their career management journeys by developing strategies, required skills, experiences, and tools to pursue their professional objectives. Claudia has vast global acumen, having worked in management in four different countries . She is recently focused on creating and executing the strategy of delivering a career management program to this population. Claudia holds a B.S. in Business Administration from ITAM in Mexico and an MBA from the University of Arizona.
Katie Malles is a Career Consultant on the Career Management team at the W. P. Carey School of Business, working specifically with undergraduate business students in the Sustainability, Global Agribusiness, Business Health Care, and Food Industry Management degree programs, as well students in the exploratory/undecided business tracks. Katie’s passion for working with students sparked from her time serving as a Resident Assistant while in her undergrad. She is committed to working with students on their professional and workforce development, helping them to find their voice and build their personal brand/narrative. Prior to joining W.P. Carey, Katie worked for the Edson College of Nursing and Health Innovation at ASU where she was recognized for her work with graduate students by earning the Graduate College’s first ever Award for Excellence: Outstanding New Staff Member. Katie is a Sun Devil through and through, having earned a B.A. in Journalism and Mass Communication and M.Ed. in Higher and Postsecondary Education from ASU, as well as a Barrett, the Honors College alumnus.