Erika Jones joined Business Career Services in August of 2013 as Assistant Director of Career Education. In her role, Erika engages students in career preparation by developing and teaching career development curriculum for the Quinlan School of Business in addition to other BCS projects and responsibilities. Prior to joining Loyola University, Erika honed her people development skills at organizations such as Hewitt Associates and Kendall College. Her most recent role was in Leadership Development at Newport News Shipbuilding where she taught workplace communication skills to nuclear engineers. Erika has an undergraduate degree from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and a Master's degree in Career Guidance from Canterbury Christ Church University in Kent, England.
Julie Sells, Assistant Director of Business Career Services, has provided career advising services and programs for Quinlan students and supported employer-related services since 2008. Julie has professional experience in university career services, healthcare, business and non-profit organizations, has taught an interdisciplinary internship class and been engaged in leadership within a variety of professional associations. Julie holds a Master’s degree from the University of Illinois at Chicago, a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and has completed graduate course work and certifications in career, leadership and organization development.
Elizabeth Globke began in the new position of Assistant Director for Employer Relations and Special Events in February 2012. She develops and maintains relationships with employers, manages the on-campus recruiting program, and plans and executes career fairs and other special events. Elizabeth's background is in campus recruiting with KPMG and Huron Consulting Group. Elizabeth has an undergraduate degree from Augustana College in Rock Island, Illinois.
Alana Aldort, Administrative Assistant since July 2012, provides customer service for students and employers as well as logistical support for Quinlan Business Career Services. After 15 years in museum retail, she chose Loyola to begin her second career that utilizes her extensive background in customer service and operations management. Alana has an undergraduate degree from the College of Idaho and a Master's degree from the University of Notre Dame.
Gregory Costanzo joined Quinlan as Assistant Director of Business Career Services in February 2014. His holistic approach to career counseling and development focuses on helping students and alumni increase self-awareness and promote intentional job and internship search strategies. Gregory comes from LUC’s College of Arts & Sciences where he served as an Academic Advisor; he also possesses a background in financial operations. Gregory holds undergraduate and graduate degrees from Rutgers University in Finance and College Student Affairs, respectively.