Christina C. Kazlauskas
Christina provides resources and open feedback with students who need assistance in academic planning. She is a Stetson graduate who earned her bachelor's degree in psychology with a minor in sociology. Christina is currently a graduate student pursuing a master's degree in marriage, couple, and family counseling and certification in school counseling. She has worked with college students as a peer counselor at Cottey College and has interned with The House Next Door as a parenting facilitator. Christina describes herself as an active listener and strives to be an ally for diverse cultures and communities. In her spare time, she enjoys camping, watching movies and spending time with her goofy family. She encourages students to always be themselves and to never underestimate their own abilities.
Athletic Advising Specialist
Jill Arlaud was born and raised in Suriname, South America. She came to the United States on a full scholarship to play volleyball for Bethune-Cookman University, majoring in psychology. She graduated with honors (summa cum Laude) in December 2016 and is currently pursuing her master’s in marriage family couple therapy at Stetson University. She is the athletic academic specialist giving athletes the resources they need in order to be successful academically, doing this through mainly tutoring and success coaching. In this position, her desire is to help student-athletes be the best students they can be. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her friends, playing recreational volleyball, working out, watching TV shows or being outdoors. For her students, Jill believes that it is always a good idea to have a backup plan for your education, career or anything you want to do in life.
Growing up in China, Daisy earned her Bachelor of Science in psychology at Peking University and came to the United States in 2016. She is currently a graduate student pursuing a master's degree in marriage, couple, and family counseling and a certification in clinical mental health counseling. She also completed the play therapy certificate program. As the graduate assistant of accessibility, Daisy provides support services for students with disabilities registered with the Accessibility Services Center and coordinates and oversees accessibility-related educational opportunities. Daisy feels very grateful to be a part of the students' journeys and she always encourages self-exploration, self-reflection, self-compassion, and self-acceptance. In her free time, she enjoys reading, writing, listening to audiobooks, and watching TV shows.
Academic Success Specialist
James graduated from Jacksonville University with a Bachelors degree in Business Administration with a concentration in Finance and he is currently pursuing his Masters of Business Administration here at Stetson. As an Academic Success Specialist, he meets with students and provides them with the resources they need to be successful academically through Success Coaching. James is a leader who can be described as a team player and someone who enjoys helping others. He is passionate about fishing, hunting and the outdoors, and believes that you can achieve anything with enough hard work and determination.