Meet the Staff
Mary Becerra, MPH, CHES, has been working at Cal State Fullerton since 2004. With a background in public health, Mary is an experienced presenter, trainer, and advisor on issues related to population-level safety, wellness, and alcohol and drug risk reduction. Mary has worked with the campus community on the development of policies, protocols, and operating practices that promote healthy decision making and harm reduction among students. She is an effective collaborator with on and off campus departments and agencies, especially those dedicated to decreasing violence against women. She has assisted in the development of bystander intervention programs among CSUF students, as well as suicide prevention programs and training for faculty and staff.
Office Manager, Special Events Coordinator
Jerri Freeman is the WoMen's Center Special Events and Office Coordinator. Besides overseeing the general operations of the Center, Jerri also coordinates many special programs and events the WoMen's Center offers throughout the year. As a retired Deputy Sheriff, she brings to the Center a rich background of working with people from diverse populations. Since leaving the law enforcement arena, she has worked with survivors of Domestic Violence and has extensive experience working with women in crisis. Her varied personal and professional experience adds a unique perspective on today's women's issues.
Coordinator of the Women's Cultural Resource Centers
Rosalina Camacho, B.S., has been the Coordinator of the Women's Cultural Resource Centers and the Men's Center since 2001. Rosalina has expanded the programs and services offered to the students interested in exploring cultural issues as it relates to their personal, professional, and academic life. She is an expert in the area of domestic violence with a focus on teen dating. Rosalina also serves her community by participating on the Board of Directors for the YWCA of North Orange County, an organization that identifies and creates opportunities for all women, children and their families to empower and enrich their lives and build a better future for the community.
Adult Reentry Coordinator
Catherine VanRiette, M.S., has previously worked with the Adult Reentry program on special projects in Spring, 2003. She offers individual pre-admission advisement and support counseling to prospective and current Adult Reentry students. Catherine, a graduate of the CSUF Master of Science program in Psychology, is also a part-time faculty member in the Psychology Department as well a registered Marriage and Family Therapist intern practicing in the community. Additionally, Catherine is familiar with CalWorks issues and assisting students in following the guidelines of that program.
Veterans Student Services Coordinator
Catherine Baeza-Pruitt, B.S., graduated from CSUF in May of 2010 with her Bachelor's of Science in Human Services and is currently attending Cal State Fullerton's Master's of Counseling Program. She is the Interim Coordinator for CSUF's Veterans Student Services, where she serves as a program developer, leadership mentor, student advisor, support group facilitator, and community resource liaison. Her work emphasizes support for meeting the needs of women veterans and assisting with their readjustment challenges as they endeavor to integrate back to family, school, and work. Catherine also serves as the secretary of the Region 8 Consortium (a community college and university advocacy group) and on the committee for Student Veterans of America Women's Project.