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Career Liaisons

Ferguson College of Agriculture Career Liaisons develop partnerships to promote self-driven, student career development among stakeholders of the college. The Career Liaisons support the professional success of all Ferguson College of Agriculture students by increasing awareness of and participation in career development activities and by improving the effectiveness with which career-related information is disseminated to students, faculty, and staff within our college.


The Career Liaisons volunteer for service hours in the Student Success Center each week to help students with their career-related questions and needs on a walk-in basis. Additionally, the Career Liaisons serve an integral role in the development, planning and production of Ferguson College of Agriculture Career Services activities and host employers who are visiting campus to recruit our students for their career opportunities.


2020-2021 Career Liaisons

Kimberlyn Bassett

Perkins, Oklahoma

Animal Science


Erin Dilger

Hebron, Ohio



Emily Gerstenkorn

Stillwater, Oklahoma

Animal Science


Lily Gisclair

Longville, Louisiana

Agricultural Education


Rebecca Harper

Lucerne, California

Animal Science


Lara Hays

Claremore, Oklahoma



Emily Heitschmidt

Nazareth, Texas



Aubry Hensley

Blanchard, Oklahoma

Animal Science


Kaylee Holt

Shattuck, Oklahoma



Seth Jackson

Tecumseh, Oklahoma

Agricultural Education


Emily Kennedy

Edmond, Oklahoma

Animal Science


Christine LeClear

Meade, Kansas

Animal Science


Melinda Lowe

Orland, California

Agricultural Education

Kyle Medders

McKenney, Texas



Gracie Norris

Oolagah, Oklahoma

Agricultural Education


Gretchen Skaja

Aubrey, Texas



Jessie Smith

Visalia, California

Animal Science


John Smithson

Enid, Oklahoma



Elizabeth Schnieder

Seiling, Oklahoma

Biochemistry and Molecular Biology


Zachary Tague

Washington, Oklahoma



Bree Taylor

Kingfisher, Oklahoma



Katelyn Webb

Burns Flat, Oklahoma

Agricultural Education


Lora Wright

Verona, Missouri



David Yu

Haidan District, Beijing, China



Career Liaison Values


Career Liaisons strive to demonstrate and promote student professionalism by being respectful in their attitude and conduct.


Active Engagement and Participation

Career Liaisons strive to model the entrepreneurial spirit valued by employers through operating as owners, following through on commitments, openly communicating, working hard and having fun.


Career Liaisons strive to build authentic, trusting relationships within their team and with stakeholders through honest, reliable, credible and compassionate actions that demonstrate unquestionable integrity.


Expanding Knowledge

Career Liaisons strive to be well-informed about industry advancements, trends and opportunities and to assist others in their pursuit of career-relevant information and hope for the future.

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