Undergraduate Student Director, Chair
Gabrielle is in her final semester (2023 school year) in the Honors College and Carson College of Business. She is majoring in Accounting and Management Information Systems hoping to earn her Certified Public Accounting license after she graduates. Gabrielle is a member of Beta Alpha Phi, where she serves as the P of community service. She grew up in a small town of 500 people called Coulee City, WA where her parents are farmers. In her free time, she enjoys traveling, snow skiing, paddle boarding, and watching sports. Gabrielle was raised in a Coug family, so she is very grateful to have this opportunity to represent the students of WSU by being on the Student Book Corporation Board. Go Cougs!
Undergraduate Student Director, Vice Chair
Cameron is an undergraduate student from Medical Lake, WA, working towards his degree in both Finance and Accounting. Throughout his undergraduate education he intends on becoming even more rooted in the WSU community by getting more involved. After graduation, he plans on going directly into the work force and pursuing his CPA certification. Cameron enjoys being able to hang out with friends, read books, play tennis, and practice cooking in his free time. Cameron is grateful for the opportunity to serve on the board and subsequently serve the WSU community.
Undergraduate Student Director, Secretary
Denver is a junior in the Arts and Sciences department of Politics, Philosophy, and Public Affairs. He is majoring in the Political Science Pre-Law program and plans to attend law school after graduation from Wazzu in 2024. After Graduation from Pierce College Ft. Steilacoom with an Associate’s degree, Denver transferred to Washington State University in the fall of 2022 and currently holds a 4.0 cumulative GPA. Denver participates in rec-league sports and is originally from Tacoma, WA. In his free time, he enjoys traveling, backpacking, politics, and working on home improvements. Denver has a passion for representation and aspires to become a Congressperson or state governor, he sees this position as an opportunity to give back to the Washington State Community. Go Cougs!
Alternate Undergraduate Student Director, Treasurer
Christopher is an undergraduate student studying International Business with a concentration in Finance. Washington born, Christopher has been involved with the WSU community throughout his studies. He has served as the VP of Finance and Communications for the International Business club for over a year. Christopher is also a proud member of Delta Sigma Pi, a professional fraternity for business students, where he has helped organize and run various of events. Christopher is currently working on earning his Capital Markets & Security Analysis from Corporate Finance Institution with hopes of pursuing a career in equity trading. Overall, Christopher is grateful for the opportunity to serve the Washington State University community as a member of the SBC.
Graduate Student Director
Holly is a PhD student in Political Science at the School of Politics, Philosophy, and Public Affairs. She is from Portland, OR and earned a MA degree in Government at John Hopkins University and BA degree in International Relations at Syracuse University. She has four years of experience working in higher education as an administrator and researcher and is committed to enhancing the student experience at WSU. Outside of schoolwork, Holly functions as a self-defense instructor and Taekwondo Master, focusing particularly on empowering women. She is happy to be more involved on campus through the SBC Board and to be a contributing member of the Coug community.
Sean is the Executive Director of Facilities and Finance for Student Affairs at Washington State University. Sean started his WSU career in 1999 and has served in various roles in Student Affairs, including positions in University Recreation, Compton Union Building, Housing and Dining Services.
In his current role, Sean provides leadership for Housing Facilities, Auxiliary Facility Services, University Recreation Facilities, Compton Union Building, Administrative Services Information Services, and Dining Services Operations.
Sean has an MBA from Washington State University, an MA in Higher Education Administration from the University of Alabama, and BA in Finance from the University of Nebraska. Sean has affiliations with Association of College Unions International, the National Association of College & University Food Services, National Association College Auxiliary Services, Western Association of College & University Business Officers and National Intramural and Recreation Sports Association.
Vicky’s career at WSU began nearly 37 years ago and includes a variety of roles in both academic areas as well as central administrative units. In addition to her experience in administrative planning and budgeting, her earlier background at WSU includes experience related to institutional research, human resources, affirmative action and diversity.
In her role as Executive Director within Finance and Administration, Vicky provides administrative leadership for the Division’s budget and planning activities, personnel and position control functions, and strategic planning and reporting. She also oversees the Office of Procedures, Records and Forms, the Public Records Office, Beasley Coliseum, Trademarks and Licensing, as well as the Division’s IT unit.
Vicky also serves as Chair of the Whitcom E-911 Executive Board and Finance Committee, Chair of the President’s Employee Excellence Committee, is a member of the Athletics Council, the CUB Advisory Board, the Top Ten Senior Award Committee, the Emergency Management Advisory Committee, and part of the Incident Command Structure in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. She previously served on the Student’s Book Corporation Board of Directors from 2005 – 2011 and was reappointed in 2016.
Vicky holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communication from Washington State University, and her affiliations include the National Association of College and University Business Officers, the Western Association of College and University Business Officers, Washington Association of Public Records Officers, and the Society for Human Resource Management.
Paul Buckley is a Professor in the Department of Chemistry at Washington State University and serves as the department’s Director of Undergraduate Studies. He received his B.S. in Chemistry from Northern Arizona University, and his Ph.D. from the University of Colorado at Boulder in analytical and environmental chemistry. He also holds a bachelor’s degree in Forestry from Northern Arizona University. His doctoral thesis emphasis was atmospheric chemistry, entailing studies of reaction rates of chemical compounds in the atmosphere, and field measurements of biogenically released compounds to the Arctic atmosphere.
He has held teaching positions at Hartwick College in upstate NY and Lewis-Clark State College in Lewiston, ID. He has been full time with WSU Chemistry since 2015, along with a previous appointment at the campus reactor from 2003-2005. He has mentored undergraduate researchers in projects mostly focused on supercritical fluid extractions, and the mobility of mining-related heavy metal contaminants in the sediments of Lake Coeur d’Alene, ID. He also has work experience with Philips Petroleum in Bartlesville, OK, and the State of New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection.
He currently teaches in the General Chemistry program and has developed a unique preparatory chemistry class with a novel curricular design that he teaches every semester. His departmental, college, and university service includes serving on Faculty Senate, and the senate subcommittee on Academic Affairs. He also serves as the department’s program assessment manager, and as the science representative and Chair for the teacher education committee in the Department of Teaching and Learning.
Alternate Undergraduate Student Director
Tom is an undergraduate chemical engineer student hoping to pursue a career in the medical field. He moved to Pullman from Bellingham, Washington, and is currently a first-year student working hard to be his best self and have an active presence at WSU. Tom is an avid reader of science fiction, mountain biking, snowboarding, hiking, fishing, and playing board games. Tom is excited to help vouch for Coug’s interests and use his time on the SBC to grow his character to make a lasting imprint on those around him!
Alternate Undergraduate Student Director
Madelyn is an undergraduate student from Boise, Idaho, working towards her Apparel Merchandising degree with a minor in French Language. She intends to pursue a future career as an International Merchandising Planner/Buyer with her degree. She loves to get involved in clubs after classes, campus activities, and enjoys her work as a TA for AMDT Textile Science. Outside of classes and campus activities, you can find her walking around Pullman with her 10-year-old Chihuahua/Dachshund dog. In her spare time, she enjoys cooking, baking, reading, volunteering, and long-distance running. She has hopes of complete a marathon within a few years but is currently just running recreationally. Madelyn is excited to be able to benefit fellow students while being on the SBC and enhance Coug life!