Meet our Staff

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Kathy Glampe
Director, Academic Support and Advising

Kathy Glampe is the Director of Academic Support and Advising and Co-Coordinator of the St. Olaf College North Star STEM Alliance. Ms. Glampe earned her B.A. from St. Olaf and her M.A. in Counseling and Student Personnel Psychology from the U of MN.

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BreAne Hampsher
Office Coordinator

BreAne serves as the ASC Office Coordinator, manages all Disability & Access testing & notetaking accommodations, and works with all ASC Student Employees. For students, staff and faculty who have ASC-related questions, please contact BreAne.

Anne Berry
Multilingual Student Support Specialist

Anne works with students whose first language is not English. She provides strategies and support as the students continue to improve their conversational and academic mastery of the English language. Anne is also a professor in Spanish and Writing.

Bridget Draxler
Writing and Speaking Specialist

A 2005 St. Olaf alum, Bridget is a professor in the Writing program and manages the Writing Desk and Speaking Space.

Laura Knobel-Piehl
Disability, Access & Assistive Technology Specialist

Laura is a 1993 St. Olaf graduate who works with students with disabilities and helps determine and implement appropriate accommodations to lower barriers posed in the academic environment. Laura specializes in assistive technology accommodations.

Maigos Nguyen
Academic Enrichment and Advising Assistant

Maigos serves as the Academic Enrichment and Advising Assistant and leads workshops on study strategies, provides academic coaching, and manages the probation advising program.

Nayeli Trujillo
Academic Enrichment Specialist

Fax: 507-786-3923

Joseph Young
Disability and Access Specialist

As an Access Specialist, Joe works with students to determine and execute academic accommodations to facilitate access and success. Joe also focuses on organizational skills and strategies for the unique challenges students with disabilities face.