Alumna Melissa Repa named Career Center director

Dr. Melissa Repa, a 2015 graduate of the Doctorate in Educational Leadership program at Sacramento State, has been appointed as director of the campus Career Center. She previously served as the center’s interim director, as well as co-director of Services to Students with Disabilities and director of TRIO Student Support Services.

Dr. Repa’s diverse background includes program management, professional development, technology coordination, teaching, disability access, budget management, personnel supervision, and grant writing and administration. She has experience working with diverse employers and students, including low-income and first-generation students, and students with disabilities. She also is principal investigator for Project Rebound, which helps formerly incarcerated students apply to, enroll in and graduate from the University; and TRIO Student Support Services, a federally funded project focused on retention and graduation of students with disabilities.

While a student in the Ed.D. program, Dr. Repa received the Wayne K. Miyamoto Public Policy Dissertation fellowship. She ultimately received the Graduate of Distinction award for her outstanding dissertation, “Leadership to support e-quality for all: a study of a systemwide accessible technology policy implementation.”

She was featured in the video “What you should know before beginning a doctorate program,” and shared her tips for managing the demands of family life during school in a video about “Work-Life Balance.”

Additional reporting from Sacramento State Student Affairs

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