College of Business Consultants


Master of Science student, Integrated Marketing Communications

Clarence is in his final year of graduate school and as a graduate assistant for the UWC. He has worked in the UWC for four years and is extremely grateful for the opportunities it has provided. What he loves most about the Writing Center is how it allows him to help and interact with so many types of people from different backgrounds. In his free time, he interns at Ann Arbor-based BrandHrt Marketing Agency and is a video editor. He loves music, cameras, his Nintendo Switch, and Raising Canes Chicken Fingers. After graduation, he hopes to work in different facets of marketing, such as ad management and music branding.


Master of Science, Human Resources & Organizational Development

Jane holds a Master's in Human Resources and Organizational Development from EMU. She has been a part-time lecturer in the Management Department since 2005 and a consultant for the University Writing Center at the COB since 2011. Jane was the College of Business Part-Time Lecturer Outstanding Teaching award winner in 2016 and is committed to helping her students succeed in class and beyond. Jane and her husband Randy are thrilled to have bought a house on a lake this winter and have been enjoying water skiing, jet skiing, paddle boarding, and kayaking every day since.


Susan has more than 20 years' teaching experience in the College of Business, specifically Introduction to Business, Business Communications, and Human Resources. What she enjoys most in working with students at the Writing Center is helping students create the best product possible within the confines of their instructors' requirements. Susan's classes do extensive research and business writing, and she is especially excited to help in those areas.

In her free time, Susan enjoys traveling wherever and whenever possible. She has been to all 50 states and all seven continents. Susan is active in the Association of Business Communication and Global Advances in Business Communications.

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