Robbin joined the Career Center as Director in June of 2002 from Stonehill College where she was in charge of employer relations. Prior to working in career development, Robbin spent ten years in Human Resources as a Recruiter, Trainer, Benefits Administrator, and Employee Relations Representative in the fields of higher education, healthcare/medical research and financial services. Robbin’s first career was in television production in Los Angeles and Boston. Robbin received her Bachelor of Science degree from Emerson College and her Master of Science degree from Boston University. Outside of work, Robbin loves to spend time with her husband of 25 years and their 17 year-old twins and their Golden Retriever. She loves to play softball during the summer in a women’s league, garden and read. The Beauchamp’s are well-known for their love of just about anything Disney.
Robbin supports the students, alumni, faculty and employers for the education major.
Susan has been a member of the Career Center since July 2006. Previously she was the Business and Technology Team Leader and Cooperative Education Coordinator at Johnson & Wales University. Susan earned a Master of Business Administration degree from Johnson & Wales University and a Bachelor of Arts in Social Science degree from Roger Williams University. She also has obtained certifications in Human Resource Management and Career Counseling Competencies. Susan is a certified Myers-Briggs Certified Practitioner. Prior to her career in higher education, Susan started her career with the U.S. Army, where she was stationed in Germany. Additionally, she has worked as a software trainer which included projects in both the private and government sectors across the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom.
Susan enjoys long road trips with her family, watching Boston Red Sox and New England Patriots games and spending time at the beach.
Susan counsels students of all levels that are enrolled in the School of Engineering, Computing and Construction Management, as well as students enrolled in the School of Architecture, Art and Historic Preservation.
Alyssa has been with the Career Center since December 2008. Alyssa attended the University of Rhode Island where she received a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, Marketing in 2004. Following her tenure at URI, Alyssa went on to work at Providence College for several years where she earned a Master of Education in Education Counseling. At PC Alyssa worked in Alumni Relations, coordinating events for young alumni and students, which fueled her passion for working in student affairs. In addition to her degrees, Alyssa is a certified Myers-Briggs Type Indicator practitioner.
Alyssa enjoys spending time with her husband and one year old son. She loves the beach, skiing, knitting, and can often be found in the kitchen cooking or baking.
Alyssa counsels students of all levels and alumni in the School of Justice Studies, as well as the Social Sciences in the Feinstein College of Arts and Sciences.
Carolyn has been in the cooperative education/internship field for several years. Carolyn has the distinction of experiencing all three areas of the co-op/internship partnership: student, college, and employer and has administered programs on both coasts. In addition to her work in co-op/internships, Carolyn has served as the Director of Career Services at Menlo College and the Director of the CalWORKs program at the College of Marin, in Kentfield, CA. Carolyn has also worked as a Catering Manager for the Sheraton Boston Hotel and in her “spare time” is an actress, jazz/big band vocalist, and active with Inclusive Excellence Initiatives. Carolyn has served for several years on executive boards of NEACEFE, CEIA, and the California Cooperative Education Association, coordinating many conferences including the groundbreaking 1987 CEIA conference in Los Angeles, which broke registration records. Carolyn is a Northeastern University alumna.
Carolyn supports the Natural Science and Humanities divisions of the Feinstein College of Arts and Sciences.
Pam joined the Career Center in January 2004. Previously she worked for Target in the team service center department. Pam earned an Administrative Assistant Certificate from Katherine Gibbs School and is currently a part-time student at Roger Williams University,working toward a Bachelor of General Studies with a concentration in Psychology. Pam enjoys traveling and spending time with her family.