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Supporting CGEST within ASU and Internationally

Kalani Rice, Program Manager

(480) 727-0749

Throughout her career, Kalani has worked in high education in the private and public sector. She began by serving students then moved into leadership roles in various capacities including financial, registrar, and career services. Most recently she established policy/procedures, oversight of library services and faculty credentialing. In addition, Kalani has taught business and leadership courses. Kalani received her BS in human and child development from Arizona State University. She received her Master's of Education from the University of Phoenix and Master's of Business with a focus on human resource management from Everest University.

Kalani has a passion for education and is excited to be apart of a program that provides educational opportunities to youth that might not otherwise have the same opportunity.

Alexus Robertson, Assitant to the Director

(480) 727-9490

Alexus Robertson did her undergraduate degree at New York University Tisch School of the Arts and her MBA at the University of Phoenix. Using talents from both degrees she has endeavored on many entrepreneurial ventures. One of her passion projects included creating a Non-Profit Organization with a focus to help prepare today’s children for tomorrow through conscious parenting and community building. Throughout her career, she has worked in the education sector as a finance counselor and administrative specialist. Alexus has managed human resources, student enrollment, and special education records and accounts. Through previous employment, she has over 10 years of administrative experience. Alexus is excited to assist a director with a mission to inspire underrepresented youth to explore STEM opportunities and hopes to make an impact at CGEST in the years to come.

Alyssa Clark, Student Worker

Alyssa is a senior studying Technical Communications (BS) at Arizona State University. Her interests include social media content strategy, website development, business writing, and research. Alyssa is passionate in providing information and inspiration to underrepresented women, especially those disabled or chronically ill. She does this by creating uplifting and moving blogs, and social media posts that encourage proper and authentic self-care, confidence, motivation, and above all, self-love.