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CPSA Staff

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The CPSA staff is comprised of a dynamic and diverse group which is the heart of the college. They not only provide excellent service to their programs, faculty and students, but will support any department in need. They are dedicated to the college and always go the extra mile to get any job done.


Elizabeth Dominguez, Administrative Assistant
Elizabeth Dominguez
Elizabeth Dominguez has been at National Louis University since 2005 and is known among her colleagues and by NLU students for her kindness and willingness to assist, no matter the issue and whether it belongs to her or not; she will always find a way to help.

Elizabeth started her career as an administrative assistant for the Department of Psychology at the College of Arts and Sciences (currently part of CPSA) and in 2015 she accepted  the promotion to be an assistant to the Dean of the College. In this position she provides administrative support and is responsible for the Dean’s schedule and calendar. Elizabeth also helps with the college’s Faculty Evaluation Process and is instrumental in the planning of Special events within the college. She also continues to support the M.A. in Psychology, Ph.D. in Community Psychology, Ed.D. in Higher Education Leadership. She just couldn’t completely let go of her work with Faculty and students.

Elizabeth came to NLU from the Tribune Company, where she worked in the HR department as a Benefits Representative and Administrative support. While at NLU, she has earned a BA in Liberal Arts (Art/Psychology majors), as well as a Master's in Human Resources, and a MBA. She is well regarded by her colleagues as an administrative professional with Higher Education, Corporate and Retail experience and as a genuinely nice person, who remembers everyone’s Birthday.

Jason Landrum Jason Landrum, Administrative Assistant
Jason is a very interesting character.  He has been a part of the NLU family in 2010, where he started off working part-time in the Facilities department.  Twenty months later, Jason transitioned into an admin position for the CAS Dean’s Office (now CPSA), and has been there ever since.  In his current role, Jason assists the college and faculty with multiple administrative tasks including: class scheduling, credentialing, textbook coordination, meeting scheduling and coordination, room management, past and present student advising, event coordination, M.S. in Counseling  faculty admissions interview coordination, practicum & internship paperwork coordination, emergency management operations, FATS Machine operation for the B.A. in Criminal Justice program,  MS Counseling Handbook maintenance, college newsletter editing/management.

JL received a Bachelor’s degree in Communication (majoring in Public Relations) from Marquette University (Milwaukee, Wisconsin) in 2003.  However, more recently, Jason is ecstatic about completing the MA in Public Policy & Administration program (MAPPA), here at NLU this year.  Congratulations to Jason!!

Jason has a very diverse work history, working primarily in the private sector, in media-centered positions.  JL worked for companies such as Wisconsin Public Radio, Saga Communications, Black Entertainment Television (Chicago), Clear Channel Communications (Taxi Media division), VeriFone Media Solutions, The Horseshoe Casino (Hammond, Indiana) and National Louis University.

Leticia Martinez, Administrative Assistant

CPSA Leticia “Letty” Martinez is one of our Administrative Assistant within CPSA and supports different programs such as B.S. in Healthcare Leadership, Master of Health Services Administration (MHA), B.S. in Management, and the College Curriculum Committee, in addition to her general administrative tasks.

Prior to her current position, Letty was an administrative assistant with the HSI STEM Computer Science and Information Systems (CSIS) Grant at NLU, where she ensured that objectives were met and tracked. Letty first started working at NLU in 2013 as a Student Worker for the Provost’s Office during her undergraduate journey. She is a first-generation college graduate and received her Bachelor’s Degree from the ABS program in 2016 and plans to pursue a Master’s degree in the Health Care field. When Leticia is not volunteering at her community church and library, she enjoys spending time with her husband and two daughters.


                                                    Eric Unger,  Administrative Assistant

 CPSA Eric Unger is our newest CPSA Administrative Assistant. He currently supports; B.A. in Applied Behavioral Sciences, Master in Public Administration (MPA), M.S./Ed.S. in Applied Behavior Analysis, M.S. in Human Services Management, Master of Business Administration (MBA), and M.S. in Human Resource Management and Development. Prior to his Administrative Assistant role, Eric graduated with his B.S. in Human Development and Family Studies from Illinois State University.

Throughout the majority of his post-undergraduate career, Eric worked as a mental health counselor at a substance abuse and dual diagnosis inpatient treatment center in Chicago for 4.5 years. He transitioned into the field of Public Policy in the fall of 2016. Along the way, Eric worked with community organizers, local activists, and local political campaigns to utilize his knowledge and passion for progressive change. Recently, as an AmeriCorps Service member, Eric was tasked to help mitigate the food insecurity issues that the greater Chicagoland area faces. Eric became a proud alumnus from NLU in the summer of 2018 when he obtained his M.A. in Public Policy and Administration. Eric is very excited to begin his post-graduate career in the very institution that made him into who he is today and he looks forward to giving back.


Laura Zuniga, Garduate Advisor 

CPSA Laura Zuniga is our new Graduate Advisor for Illinois School of Professional Psychology for CPSA. Laura has been working in higher ed for about 7 years, and prior to that, she worked in Tucson Arizona, teaching and managing programs for preschool through school age at the Marana Unified School District.

Laura has been married for nearly 30 years, and has 2 grown kids and 3 grandchildren. On our off time, Laura enjoys travelling and riding motorcycles. She is also learning to use a crossbow and bow and arrow.



Ewa Wodzinska, Academic Support Manager Ewa Wodzinska
Ewa considers herself an NLU veteran, having 20+ years of full time employment under her belt, though her NLU roots go even deeper: before working for NLU, Ewa has been an ESL student at NLU’s renowned Language Institute starting classes in 1991 and then continuing her studies here, earning her BA in International Business. She enjoyed her experience here so well that she also worked on campus as a student and then in 1997 accepted a full time position at the college (formerly College of Management and Business, CMB). 

As she progressed through her career from Faculty Assistant to Assistant to the Dean and subsequently to an Academic Support Manager, Ewa also earned her graduate degrees: MS in Human Recourse Administration followed by a MA in Psychology and a certificate in Clinical Counseling. She also successfully taught introductory business courses at CMB in an Adjunct capacity, but ultimately decided that her calling was in serving students as an advisor, which she did through her career at CMB and then CPSA.

It is safe to say that Ewa understands the NLU experience from all perspectives: that of a student, teacher and an employee, and that, as an immigrant and  a beneficiary of receiving education at NLU herself,  she deeply believes in the university’s mission of providing a superior and supportive educational experience for students of all ages and backgrounds. 

Though no longer working directly with students, she now supports college’s Strategic Planning work which focuses on quality of instruction and student experience at the college.


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