Janet CreamerSenior Secretary 325 White Hall
Area: LDES - CHDSjcreamer@kent.edu
I currently possess an associate's degree in secretarial science and have begun the trek of acquiring a bachelor's degree since arriving at Kent State University. I began my employment with Kent State University in November 1997 in the College of Business. I joined EHHS in January 2001 to assume the position of Senior Secretary in the Counseling and Human Development Center (CHDC), which I have titled "Kent State's hidden treasure." The counseling center provides counseling for both the Kent State University community and residents of the general community. I work closely with the Director of the CHDC and oversee the day-to-day operations of the center. I appreciate the experience and exposure I receive interacting with the clients, faculty and staff of EHHS, and look forward to the continuing challenges and rewards the environment presents.
Jill JohnsonAdministrative Assistant 405 White Hall
I currently manage all the school budgets, process all hiring forms and contracts for all our faculty. l manage the clerical staff and oversee the day to day operations of the school. I live with my husband of 38 years in Kent with our little Maltese "Daisy". We have two grown children, a son and a daughter along with three wonderful little grandsons. We enjoy time with our grandsons, family and good friends. I enjoy reading and any type of needlework and decorating.
My name is Wynter Walker, and I have relocated to Ohio from Santa Clarita, CA, where my family and I have lived for thirty-seven years. My background is in education, I have worked for the Los Angeles Unified School District for the past ten years as a School Administrative Assistant. I received an Associate of Arts degree in Humanities. My plan is to complete my baccalaureate degree with a major in psychology and my masters degree with a major in Social Work.
I plan to use my degrees to help others in the community by counseling and organizing additional education centers that will empower the people in the community to achieve their goals regardless of the obstacles that may or are hindering there present situation.
I work in the School of Lifespan Development and Educational Sciences in the department of Counseling and Human Development Services. I work with an outstanding and dedicated team of professors and I am elated to be a part of the team. I look forward to a great learning experience during my time here at Kent State University.