RA Yearbook

Congrats to all of our RAs who graduated in December! We wish them much luck in their future careers!

Oliver WoodwardDSC_0840

LSUS (University Court)
Hometown – Natchitoches, Louisiana
Oliver is an avid outdoorsman, movie buff and lover of Christ
Plans following graduation – Work as a Registered Nurse while obtaining a Master’s Degree to ultimately become a Nurse Practitioner.


 

Daeshawn Lylesdaeshawn-lyles-nsu
University Columns at Northwestern State University
Hometown: San Diego, CA
Bachelor’s of Science in Psychology degree with a concentration in Substance Abuse Counseling.
His claim to fame was when he won Free Raising Cane’s for a Year; he says some people equated that to him winning the lottery. His plans following graduation are to take a break from school for a year, prepare to take the GRE, and apply to grad school for a Master’s or Doctorate in Industrial/Organizational Psychology.


 

Earl LaceyEarl HS
Cambridge Oaks Apartments (UHMC)
Hometown: Dickinson, Texas
B.S. Human Resources Development
Claim to Fame – Basketball Fanatic, Office Drama Queen, Life of the Party
Plans Following Graduation – I hope to work in the Energy or Health industry in the HR department providing training and development to employees and performing other HR management functions.
“I’m excited to move on to the next chapter in my life and have loved and appreciated the time I’ve spent with CLV and Cambridge Oaks so far. I will truly miss all of the people and experiences here and my awesome team members I had the pleasure to work with in my time at Cambridge Oaks Apartments.”


 

Talice MelendezIMG_20160808_220301
University Oaks at UTSA
Hometown: Houston, Texas
Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and Pre-Nursing
Her claim to fame is that she received a try-out for the reserve team for the Women’s National Soccer Team in Mexico City, but suffered an injury that wouldn’t allow her to continue.
Upon graduation, Talice is going to Nursing school with the hopes of obtaining a career doing clinical research in depression in adult and child cancer/chronic illness patients.