Emma Bailey-Greene is an accounting relations coordinator for the Department of Accounting. She graduated from Portland State University in 2014 with bachelor of science degrees in anthropology and social science. For the past decade, she has worked on the East Coast in museum and preschool education and spent several years at home with her children. She moved to Pullman in 2022 when her husband was hired as the assistant coach and recruiting coordinator for WSU Women’s Rowing. In her free time, she enjoys baking treats, hiking with her family, and reading.
Holly Connley is a career consultant serving MBA and EMBA students. Her first internship was working in the  University of Idaho Career Center, where she earned her bachelor’s degree in 2005. She has been helping college students with career and professional development strategies ever since. Although she prides herself as an Idaho girl, she also spent seven years in New Mexico serving students at a community college near the Navajo Nation. She resides in Boise with her husband and three boys and enjoys cooking, camping, and traveling.
Paul Currier (’12 History) is a system administrator for the Office of Technology, a DoDDS/military brat, born and raised in Germany and Japan until 2007, when he moved to Pullman to study at WSU. After he earned his degree, he spent seven years teaching sixth, seventh, and eighth grade social studies and technology, followed by two years as the system administrator for the WSU Office of Academic Outreach and Innovation. His hobbies include building and working on computers and technology, playing music and games, and occasionally dabbling in photography. Currier is a lifelong Coug who loves watching football, baseball, and hockey.
Jordan Leseberg is the MBA admissions manager for Graduate and Online Programs. He earned a bachelor’s degree in marketing and business management and an MBA from Whitworth University. He has spent the last six years working in higher education, including recruitment and enrollment operations. He lives in Spokane with his wife and daughter where he enjoys being active and spending time outdoors.
Sarah Miller is the administrative assistant for the Carson Center for Student Success. Originally from Utah, she received her associate’s degree from Snow College, Ephraim. She moved to Pullman in 2015 and began working at WSU the same year. She started in the College of Veterinary Medicine where she was a patient services representative in the business office of the WSU Veterinary Teaching Hospital. In her free time she enjoys photography and spoiling her two cats.