Gavan Ambrosini is a results-driven executive coach and career consultant with a passion for empowering professionals to make powerful changes in career or life. Gavan has 15+ years combined experience as a coach, recruiter, trainer, facilitator and hiring manager.
A passionate career development professional specializing in employer outreach and student collaborations with industry, Chris Dito works with all the School’s student populations: 45+ Master of Professional Accountancy students, 80+ Full-Time MBA students, and 400+ Part-Time MBA students across all three campuses in Davis, San Ramon and Sacramento. She provides career counseling and coaching with the goal to secure full-time and internship placements while helping students maximize their career potential with continual networking and advising.
As the Career Services Program Coordinator for the Graduate School of Management, Carin manages operations for the career center and coordinates and provides high-level support for students and recruiter programs. Carin serves as the front-line contact for current students, employers and alumni. She manages logistics for events such as career fairs, workshops, guest speakers and interviews. She also provides analytical support and statistical research for the Office of Student Affairs and administrative support to the Senior Assistant Dean of Student Affairs.
Crissy Lyles is the Associate Director of the Master of Professional Accountancy (MPAc) program, which welcomed its charter class in 2012.
Jason Masino began his UC Davis career as an undergraduate student and in 2010 earned a degree in dramatic art with a focus on performance studies. Upon graduation, he became a temporary employee with the university and spent nine months at the UC Davis Health System campus in Sacramento.
Angel holds a Master of Science degree in Career Counseling, having graduated with a 4.0 from a CACREP accredited program (an independent agency recognized by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation to accredit master’s degree and doctoral programs). She has been published by WalletHub.com, and has authored a Career Counseling Theory taking into account her full theoretical approach to counseling (Humanistic mix of Existential, Person Centered, Gestalt, and Behaviorism schools of thought).
Elizabeth Moon joined the Graduate School of Management’s Career Development team in January 2014, bringing a focus on career counseling and an expertise in working with international students. She provides all students with career assistance in the areas of resumes, cover letters, interviewing, job/internship search strategies, negotiations, networking and business etiquette.