CECP Advising Team
Cameron is a former college composition instructor and high school English teacher. For six years Cameron dedicated his time to earning a bachelor’s degree and master’s degree in English, both from the University of Northern Colorado. Thanks to his position as a teaching assistant while at UNC, he has had the privilege of teaching students from around Colorado, the USA, and the world. After college, he served at-risk students in the Greeley community both as coach and as a teacher. He has a passion for working with students one-on-one and helping them to uncover and nurture their own passions. When not working, Cameron enjoys reading, writing, hiking Colorado’s many 14ers with his wife, and watching the Broncos win.
Brooke has spent the last decade in the field of education working with young people and helping them achieve their academic goals. She has experience collaborating with students and parents while working in the area of special education and has also had the opportunity to be a teacher and a teacher trainer. Brooke received her bachelor’s degree in Business Administration and her master’s degree in Education from the University of Colorado at Boulder. The area of emphasis of her master’s degree is in educating culturally and linguistically diverse learners. Brooke has spent many years living overseas and traveling the world, but the beautiful state of Colorado has been her home for the past 15 years. She is passionate about matching each individual student’s interests with his or her academic and career path. In her free time, Brooke enjoys hiking, traveling, reading and spending time with her husband, three daughters and her English bulldog.
Disa is a former Test Examiner at a joint US/UK military base in England. She administered all military exams, CLEP tests, and college course exams. Disa then became an Army Education Counselor and assisted U.S. Army soldiers stationed at 4 military bases across England. Her responsibility was to help Army soldiers establish educational and career goals, select a degree in line with meeting those goals, and build strategies for academic success. After moving to Austin, TX, with her family, Disa began working at Austin Community College in the Assessment Office. Being employed at the community college provided the opportunity to interact with students regularly and assist them in study skills for the ACCUPLACER test. She also assisted in the school’s College Connection and Early College Start programs by going into area high schools to create a bridge for high school students to enter community college. Disa received a bachelor’s degree in Clothing and Textiles from Texas Tech University and a master’s degree in Academic Advising from Kansas State University. Disa has a passion of helping young people to become better students and find their right path in life. In her free time, Disa enjoys traveling, antiquing, exploring the Denver area, and spending time with her husband and daughter.