Contact the Pardee RAND Office of Career Development


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    Kathryn Dunst

    Career Services Advisor

    Kathryn Dunst’s career has spanned government, private industry and the not-for-profit sectors where she has gained in-depth experience in talent management, recruitment and business development. She has worked for global leaders, large and small professional services firms and start-ups. Kathryn began her career in Washington, D.C. working as a management analyst for several federal government agencies and then as a consultant with Touche Ross, now Deloitte Consulting. For the last 25 years, Kathryn has specialized in the human capital field, including as a partner focusing on professional services with a leading global search firm and as a founding executive for Korn Ferry’s Futurestep, the first global internet-enabled search service geared to mid and early career professionals. She graduated magna cum laude from Lehigh University, with a Bachelor of Arts in Government and received a Master of Public Administration degree from George Washington University where she was elected to the Pi Alpha Alpha National Honor Society.

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    Kristina Wallace

    Program Coordinator

    Kristina manages some of the more strategic dimensions of the program such as communications, career event programming and assisting Kathryn with employer relations. Kristina can also facilitate connections between current students and our growing alumni community. Contact her at

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    Adriane Reams

    Administrative Assistant

Career Services Advisory Committee

The student-run CSAC identifies opportunities to develop students’ professional skills and facilitate an exploration of a variety of career paths through seminars and other activities in collaboration with the Career Development staff. Events include workshops covering such activities as interviewing, resume preparation and job search strategy development.

CSAC sponsors various activities throughout the year, such as career skills workshops, recruiter visits and guest and alumni speakers.

Students are encouraged to contact a CSAC representative with suggestions for career activities.

CSAC Members 2014-15