Director of Career Services, Assessment and Student Success
Adam currently serves as the Director of Career Services, Assessment and Student Success, providing leadership and oversight to the office.
In this role, Adam oversees developing strategic initiatives that improves the student experience, while building external partnerships to the University that create avenues for experiential learning and assists with improving retention rates. Additionally, Adam manages the relationships and tracks University outcome collections for the nine undergraduate schools/colleges as it relates to internships, employer visits, career fairs and overall career placement.
Prior to this appointment, Adam was the assistant director of the alumni career network for the central career office. He spent four years at the Whitman School of Management, first in the Graduate Programs Office overseeing domestic student recruitment, before transitioning to their career center to manage corporate development and employer relations prior to joining the Division of Enrollment and the Student Experience. He holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration and marketing from Keuka College.
Christopher J. Maldonado
Assistant Director, Career Systems
Christopher J. Maldonado joins Central Career Services as the new Assistant Director of Career Systems where he will oversee the Syracuse career network's efforts in support each school/college units' knowledge and usage of our various career systems available to students and career practitioners. Chris most recently earned an M.P.A. from SU Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs while working as a Career Advisor at SU Engineering and Computer Science. Chris grew up between NY, NJ, and FL, but his family is from Puerto Rico. Upon graduation from SUNY ESF in 2016 with a B.S. in Environmental Biology, Chris became a Syracuse resident and prefers to spend his time as a plant dad and hiking, biking, or running when he can.
Career Exploration Specialist
Kate provides career and academic counseling to undergraduate students, assisting them through various program options in the University. Additionally, Kate coordinates Syracuse University Career Services events and delivers personal development and career-related workshops. A native Central New Yorker, Kate has been with Syracuse University since March 2016 and most recently served as an inaugural development associate in Syracuse University’s Division of Advancement and External Affairs. Kate enjoys camping, gardening and all things Syracuse Athletics. She holds a bachelor’s degree in English Literature from Nazareth College.
Daniel V. Pack
Career Exploration Specialist
Daniel guides students with life and career counseling, advising and career/major exploration. Most recently, he worked with International students as an English Conversation Group facilitator with the Center for International Services and a conversation partner through the Graduate Student Organization.
As a non-traditional student, Daniel has bachelor degrees in English, Textual Studies and Psychology, and a master’s degree in Student Affairs Counseling all from Syracuse University. He is a lifelong Syracuse University sports fan and an avid follower of Syracuse University football, basketball and women’s lacrosse.
Internship Program Coordinator
Erin oversees the Career Services Clements Internship Awards and the Internship Funding Awards. These opportunities provide financial assistance to those undertaking unique endeavors in career exploration. He also serves as a liaison connecting the University's individual academic programs to the Central Career Services hub, to improve communication and collaboration. Erin hails from Detroit, Michigan, and has been a Syracuse resident since graduating from SU in 2015, receiving a Bachelor of Arts degree in Physics.
As the administrative specialist for central career services, Isabella oversees the department budget, prepares and manages purchase requisitions, trains and manages student employees, assists and oversees administrative duties related to yearly programs, and coordinates department and working groups meetings.
In her spare time you can find Isabella skiing, reading, watching history documentaries, tending to her plants, or spending time with friends & family.