Meet Our Enrollment Counselors and Staff
- Jessica MarriottInternational Graduate Enrollment CounselorEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org
As I have traveled to South Korea, China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Japan, Argentina, and Brazil, I have discovered wonderful and diverse food. Sushi is one of my favorites. I also love the wonderful coffee of Brazil. I love to listen to music, so you can often find me at a concert listening to a live performance.
- Youn (Grace) KimInternational Undergraduate Enrollment CounselorEmail: email@example.com
Having studied at APU as an international student, I learned how well international students could fit in with proper support and assistance. I was born and raised in South Korea and studied in Canada and the United States. I am now very happy to be back at my alma mater helping international students. I love interacting with international students and making them feel at home.
- Angelica FrometaInternational Enrollment CounselorEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org
As a former international student from Cuba, I was impacted by my enrollment counselors’ helpfulness and devotion; to such a degree that upon graduation, I decided to return to APU, this time as part of its staff. I am passionate about helping those who, like me, are native from a different country and still in a process of adaptation. In my free time, I like to visit different museums and have a robust, southern-style steak. In general, I seek to have others experience me as a graceful and embracing person, especially towards those who are away from home.
- Leah KlingseisDirector of International Enrollment ServicesEmail: email@example.com
As a first-generation Filipino-American, I’ve always loved living in Los Angeles because of its diverse population, ethnic foods, and multicultural experiences. After earning my graduate degree at APU, I began to teach and work in programs that reflected the diversity of this city and found that it stretched my desire to serve God by opening educational pathways for international students. I love traveling around the world, but have found that APU is a great place to engage many different cultures and enjoy their unique contributions.
- Yuriko BassettAssistant Director of Enrollment ServicesEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Born and raised in Saitama, Japan, I am proud to be “Made in Japan.” I consider the USA home, but I appreciate food, cultures, and customs from different countries. I earned my master’s degree at APU. I’ve also visited Canada, Taiwan, Ethiopia, Germany, Denmark, and Sweden.
- Debra NasipakInternational Inquiry and Short-term Program ManagerEmail: email@example.com
What I love most about my job is the ability to interact with people from all over the world. The friendships I form with our international students allow me to learn about countries that I haven’t been able to visit—yet. Having grown up in the desert of Arizona, I enjoy being close to the California beaches and mountains. Having graduated with bachelor’s and master’s degrees from APU, I love being able to help others experience APU. It was a life-changing experience for me and I believe will be for others, too.
- Wendi SparlingApplication ProcessorEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org
As a native Arizonan, I enjoy exploring California’s beaches and mountains. I graduated from Grand Canyon University in 1993 with a B.S. in Sociology. My first international trip was with my grandmother, who taught me to appreciate meeting new people and experiencing different cultures. I have lived in Switzerland and have visited (and gotten lost in) England, Scotland, Germany, Austria, Italy, and Mexico.
- Cory Justus ’08Assistant Director of RecruitmentEmail: email@example.com
I graduated from Azusa Pacific University in 2008 with a B.A. in Biblical Studies and Sociology. I spent the next three years in Wuhan, China, teaching English and serving as a missionary. The best part about what I do now is I get to meet so many wonderful people from all over the world.