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Stephen Cantine, Associate DeanSusan Caizzi

Stephen joined the Center for Career & Professional Development in September 2015. Stephen comes to Roger Williams from Illinois State University where he served as Director of the Career Center since 2010. Prior to his role at Illinois State, Stephen served as Director of Utica College of Syracuse University's Career Center and as Director of Career Services and Internship Programs at Cazenovia College.

He received his MS in Career Counseling from California State University, Sacramento, and his BA in Sociology from the State University of New York-College at Geneseo. He also holds an AAS in Criminal Justice from Hudson Valley Community College.


Susan CaizziSusan Caizzi, Associate Director

Susan has been a member of the Center for Career & Professional Development 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. Susan is a certified Myers-Briggs Certified Practitioner. Prior to her career in Higher Education, Susan started her career in Human Resources 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 England.

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 and alumni of all levels who are majoring in Science, Technology, Construction Management, Engineering and Math.

Alexandra Finney

Alexandra Finney, Career Advisor

Alexandra began working at the Center for Career & Professional Development in 2015. Alexandra has been working as an advisor to help individuals set and achieve their career goals both on and off a college campus since 2012. She attended Merrimack College and received a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology in 2013, and a Master of Education in Higher Education Administration in 2014. While a fellow at Merrimack she worked in The O’Brien Center for Student Success as a Career Advisor, focusing on undeclared students and experiential learning initiatives. Following her time at Merrimack College she co-founded a private career counseling and consulting business on Cape Cod, MA.

Alexandra enjoys spending time at the beach and outside, especially with her dog Freddie. She loves playing tennis, paddle boarding, shell-fishing, and traveling.

Alexandra 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.

Pam FournierPam Fournier, Program Coordinator

Pam joined the Center for Career & Professional Development in January 2004. Previously she worked for Target in the team service center department. Pam earned her Bachelor of General Studies degree with a concentration in Psychology at Roger Williams University and is currently pursuing a Master of Education (MED) in counseling at Providence College. Pam enjoys traveling and spending time with her family.