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MESA & STEM Center Staff

Please note that all MESA/STEM Staff are working remotely and continuing to provide services from home at this time. Thank you.


Christine PortraitChristine Reed, MESA Counselor/Coordinator
Email: creed@hancockcollege.edu
Office: W-19
Phone: 805-922-6966 ext. 3348

Christine has been a counselor at Allan Hancock College since 1996. The first 13 years of her career, she was the University Transfer Center Counselor/Coordinator where she coordinated university transfer services for the college and served as the lead transfer counselor, serving AHC’s transfer-directed student population. Since 2009, she has served as the Mathematics, Engineering, Science Achievement (MESA) Program Counselor/Coordinator in which she serves as the lead counselor for MESA and STEM students and coordinate the college’s MESA program and grant funding. Additionally, she teaches Personal Development courses and STEM 100 – Academic Success Strategies for STEM students. Christine holds a bachelor’s degree in Agricultural Business from California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo and a master’s degree in education, counseling and guidance from California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo. She enjoys living on the Central Coast, competing in triathlons locally and throughout the state, being a mother of twins, and supporting student success among the student body of Allan Hancock College.

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Angelica Eulloqui, MESA/STEM Counselor
Email: aenriquez@hancockcollege.edu
Office: W-22
Phone: 805-922-6966 ext. 3557

Angelica has been a part-time counselor at Allan Hancock College since 2015. She has been serving as the STEM Counselor in the STEM Center. Prior to beginning her career as a counselor, she interned with the STEM and MESA Programs as a Career Mentor and Counseling Intern. She has developed a strong commitment and passion to supporting students succeed academically and go onto the 4-year university.
Angelica is a first generation Hancock Alumni. She transferred to California State University, Northridge and earned a Bachelor degree in Sociology. She also holds a Master Degree in Education, Counseling and Guidance from California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo. During her free time, Angelica enjoys spending time with her family, visiting beaches, and hiking our local trails.

"Be a pineapple stand tall wear a crown and be sweet on the inside" -Anonymous

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Dorine Mathieu, MESA Center Support Specialist
Email: dmathieu@hancockcollege.edu
Office: W-21
Phone: 805-922-6966 ext. 3446

Dorine has worked at Allan Hancock College since early 2005. She began working in the Vice President of Student Services Office, as an assistant and then as a part-time Interim Student Activities Coordinator. In 2008, she began working for the MESA (Math, Engineering and Science Achievement) Program and additionally six years as the MESA Club advisor. She is also an alumni of Allan Hancock College. As a first generation college student herself, Dorine is passionate about encouraging and supporting students in pursuit of higher education. 

“I've learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel”     ~ Maya Angelou
 

Bryce PortraitBryce Miyahara, STEM Learning Lab Coordinator
Email: bryce.miyahara@hancockcollege.edu
Office: W-22
Phone: 805-922-6966 ext. 3547

Bryce began working at Allan Hancock College at the start of 2020. He was born and raised in San Luis Obispo county, graduating from Arroyo Grande High School in 2014, and enrolling at Cuesta College as a Promise Scholarship student. He temporarily moved away from home to attend UC Davis, where he earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology. In pursuit of his degree, he had spent much of his study time in spaces similar to the STEM Learning Lab and the MESA Center.
While he enjoyed the years he spent in the Sacramento area, he never thought of it as "home." So he returned to the Central Coast, seeking to put his new degree to use in a STEM-based career. As the Coordinator for the STEM Learning Lab, he takes great joy in assisting the students and faculty that walk a very similar path to his own.
Chemistry and Biology are his largest academic strengths when helping students; but he's also a huge fan of video games and anime, and will gladly discuss them with you when you need a study break.