Meet the Staff
M. Elaine Walton, Psy.D.Director of the Women’s Resource Center
Elaine is the director of the Women’s Resource Center and also served as a staff psychologist at APU’s University Counseling Center. In addition to teaching on campus, she conducts seminars and workshops on women’s issues, empowering women for success, faith and domestic violence, African-American college students, and professional ethics.
Courtney FrybargerAdministrative Assistant
APU Class of 2017
Courtney Frybarger is currently pursuing a Bachelor of Social Work (BSW) from APU. She has a passion for advocating for social justice through policy reform and research, fueled by her belief that God-honoring equality is for all people. She is honored to be part of the Women’s Resource Center staff because she believes in the work being done through the center. One of her greatest joys is being able to support the holistic wellbeing of women by affirming, equipping, and encouraging them to pursue their God-given dreams in every area of their lives. She looks forward to meeting each and every person who stops by the center!
Camille CorpusUndergraduate Intern
APU Class of 2016
Camille Corpus is a first-generation college student at Azusa Pacific University. She is pursuing a B.A. in Allied Health and a minor in business management. Her passion for equality and empowerment of women and minorities has led her to become a part of the Women’s Resource Center in hopes of making a difference in student’s lives on campus.
Madeline HoUndergraduate Intern
APU Class of 2016
Madeline Ho is currently pursuing a B.A. in Psychology with a concentration in counseling as well as a minor in leadership. She is extremely passionate about making a difference in the lives of both men and women on campus through working at the Women’s Resource Center. Madeline hopes to encourage and empower students while honoring God at the same time.
Al RiveraFirst-Year Graduate Assistant
B.A. in Business Management
Al Rivera graduated from California State University San Bernardino with a B.A. in Business Management. He is currently pursuing his M.S. in College Counseling and Student Development at APU. Al is an advocate for the holistic development of both men and women on campus, and seeks to influence those around him to become passionate young adults serving the LORD.
Phylicia WilliamsSecond-Year Graduate Assistant
B.A. in Linguistics
Phylicia (Pie) Williams graduated from the University of California Santa Barbara with a B.A. in Linguistics and minors in education and applied psychology. She is pursuing her M.S. in College Counseling and Student Development at APU. She is passionate about multicultural affairs and women’s issues on campus. Pie is excited to be working with the Women’s Resource Center to celebrate, educate, and empower women to be the person God created them to be.