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 serves as a staff psychologist at APU’s University Counseling Center. In addition to providing therapy and 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.

  • Kaley Lindquist
    Second-Year Graduate Assistant
    M.S. in College Counseling and Student Development candidate (2014)

    Kaley graduated from Azusa Pacific University with a B.A. in Communication Studies, emphasis in Media Studies in 2012. She is currently pursuing her master’s degree at APU. After graduation, she plans to continue pursuing further education and possibly seminary. Kaley has previously worked at APU in the Discipleship Ministries, Chapel Programs, and Campus Pastors’ offices. She loves seeing women and men on campus find their worth in Christ and be empowered to become effective and passionate leaders.

  • Christal Stanley-Eversley
    First-Year Graduate Assistant
    M.S. in College Counseling and Student Development candidate (2015)

    Christal graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison with a B.A. in Psychology. She is pursuing her master’s degree APU. She is passionate about women’s issues and enjoys actively participating in campus events. Christal is excited to be working with the Women’s Resource Center and looks forward to talking to students about holistic wellness including diet, nutrition, and stress management.

  • Kelly Owens
    Undergraduate Intern
    APU Class of 2015

    Currently working on her degree in Applied Health, Physical Therapy, Kelly looks forward to a lifetime of caring for people in the medical field. She is passionate and loves to participate in educational discussions, and challenge social paradigms. Kelly loves to discuss literature and looks forward to supporting APU women on issues such as healthy body image and self esteem.

  • Heather Garza
    Undergraduate Intern
    APU Class of 2015

    Heather is currently working on a B.S. in Biochemistry at Azusa Pacific University. Originally from Visalia, California, she is excited for what is ahead in the new year. She is passionate about the Women’s Resource Center and encouraging APU women to wholeheartedly pursue our Lord and Savior.