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Our Staff


Jessica May - Assistant Director, Career Education

Jessica May PhotoJessica joined Alverno's Career Education team in 2010 as a Career Counselor, and was promoted to Assistant Director of Career Education in 2016. In her role, she advises students and alumnae on all aspects of their job search, as well as career and major exploration. Jessica also teaches PPS 229, a career and internship planning course for second-year students, and manages the functioning of Alverno Connects, Alverno’s online job and internship board. To schedule a career counseling appointment with Jessica, please contact the Career & Professional Development Center at 414-382-6010 or schedule an appointment online.

Jeana Prudhomme - Peer Career Coach

Jeana Prudhomme PhotoGreetings! I am a Communication major here at Alverno College with minors in English and Media Design. I have multiple roles on campus, including being a Peer Career Coach, an Academic Asssistant in the Communication Resource Center, and a student with an anticipated graduation date of December 2017. I began working in the Career and Professional Development Center as a Student Office Assistant and worked my way up to a position that benefits the growth of other students at the college. I have the honor of working with current undergraduate students, graduate students, and alumnae who are in search of internships and careers after graduation. I am also here to assist with the development of resumes, cover letters, LinkedIn profiles and interview questions. Marketing yourself in a way that leads you to your dream job can be very difficult, which is why I am happy to be part of a department where I can aid others in becoming more confident with their skills. My goal is to be an advocate for the professional progress of women at Alverno. You can contact me at, or in FO 101 during fall walk-in hours.

Jordan Mason - Peer Career Coach

Jordan Mason PhotoHello! My name is Jordan Mason, and I am in my senior year here at Alverno! In May, I will graduate with a Bachelors of Arts in English with minors in Communication and Adult Education. I can be found in many offices around campus; I serve as a Community Advisor in the Residence Halls, a Peer Leader in a First Semester Seminar course, and a Writing Tutor with Instructional Services. I joined the Career & Professional Development Center in the Spring of 2017 as a Peer Career Coach and have enjoyed working with students in molding their professional image through resumes, cover letters, interview skills, LinkedIn Profiles, and more. I am eager to work with you! If you need assistance, you may contact me at or finding me during my Fall 2017 walk-in hours on Tuesdays from 2-6pm.

Brianna Walker - Peer Career Coach

Brianna Walker PhotoHi! My name is Brianna Walker, and I am a sophomore-level Psychology major with a support in Women and Gender Studies. I spend the majority of my time on campus, whether it be in the dorms where I live, or in the café studying, or running from class to class. If you ever see me on campus, don’t be afraid to come and say hi! I love talking and getting to know people, which is probably why I am studying psychology! When I am not in class, I am usually in the Career and Professional Development Center, which I joined my first semester, in the Fall of 2016. I really enjoy working with students and alumnae to help assist them in their professional journeys, whether that be through resume, cover letter, LinkedIn, or interview assistance. I look forward to getting to work with you! To get ahold of me, you can email or find me in the CPDC on Mondays and Fridays from 1-3, or on Thursdays from 10-12.


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