Meet the Staff
Executive Coordinator for Counseling and Specialized Student Support
Director of Counseling Services
Dr. Rose Andrejczyk, Licensed Psychologist
Dr. Paul Butler
Doctoral Level Interns
- Fatuma Dzilala
- Chen Liang
- Jenni Waldron
- Dr. Oliver Joseph
LaToya Vice: LaToya is an African American female from the Charleston area of South Carolina. She is currently in her 4th year of the Counseling Psychology Doctoral Program, with a concentration in Athletic Counseling, at Springfield College in Springfield, Massachusetts. LaToya received her Bachelor’s degree in Experimental Psychology at the University of South Carolina, Upstate where she also frequently competed in intramural basketball and softball. She also worked as a Personal Fitness Trainer and a Group Fitness Instructor at the university’s Wellness Center. LaToya earned a Master’s degree in Athletic Coaching Education from West Virginia University where she also studied Sport and Exercise Psychology. While at West Virginia University, LaToya worked as an Administrative Assistant for the National Youth Sports Program and as a Club Sports Strength and Conditioning Instructor. Her current professional interests include career development in college student athletes, positive youth development through sports, sport and exercise psychology, group counseling, and holistic development. LaToya is especially interested in the holistic development of college student athletes and aiding them in identifying strengths that will prepare them for life after graduation.
Marissa Ellis: Marissa is originally from Evansville, Indiana and has a bachelor’s degree in Psychology with a minor in Criminal Justice from Murray State University. She served 4 years in the United States Air Force as a Respiratory Therapist. Currently, in her third year at William James College, she is pursuing her doctorate in Clinical Psychology. She is interested in serving clients in college mental health settings and working with veterans at the VA. She enjoy exercising, traveling, the outdoors and spending time with my very loveable (and often chatty) cat, Mr. Chow.
Taulant Malo: Taulant (He,Him,His) is a third-year doctoral candidate in the Clinical Psychology Program at William James College (WJC). Taulant is a 1st generation Albanian-American, who immigrated to the United States at a very young age. Taulant has experience working at community mental health, inpatient, and residential treatment facilities. He has worked with a wide range of clinical concerns, including major mental illness, substance use disorders, post-traumatic stress, depression, anxiety and much more. Taulant has a special interest in providing care to marginalized groups, social justice, serving the underserved, and those who suffer from chronic homelessness. In his spare time, Taulant enjoys spending time with his wife, family, friends and his two dogs Fiona and Shep.