M.A., Organizational Leadership, Chapman University; Graduate Certificate, Human Resource Management, Chapman University; B.A., Comparative International Studies, UW Tacoma, Certified Public Manager, UW Tacoma, Certified Program Planner, LERN
Lisa Reeves has been responsible for implementing and managing on-demand open enrollment and corporate training in response to community and economic needs for most of her thirty plus years in higher education. She is a skilled program developer and leader with a passion for developing partnerships with business, education, and community organizations. In March of 2012, Lisa joined the UW Tacoma team as Director of the KeyBank Professional Development Center. She continues to build on the Center’s success by providing the South Sound community a wide range of professional certification programs which are designed to help employees enhance their current skills, strengthen their resumes for promotions and new career options and stimulate a lifelong love of learning. Lisa is a board member of the National Consortium for Certified Public Managers and volunteers as a mentor in the Student Success Mentoring Program at UW Tacoma.
Program Development Manager
B.A. Literature and History, University of Oregon, John S. Knight Fellowship Affiliate, Stanford University, Certificate in Business Development, UW Seattle, Graduate,The American School of the Hague, The Netherlands.
Christopher Cellar’s career over the last decade has focused on achieving partnerships with external partners and building relationships in the education profession. He has successfully grown businesses and developed educational programs at the Washington State Bar Association and the technology education company, Giant Campus. Christopher and his wife also have a small publishing company, Tandemvines, that specializes in digital works. He currently lives in Seattle.
M.B.A. and B.A., Psychology, UW Tacoma; A.A., Information Systems, Pierce College, Lean Six Sigma: Green Belt and Project Management Certificates, UW Tacoma KeyBank PDC and BJCP Certified Beer Judge.
Brian Tetreault has worked at the University of Washington Tacoma for 10 years, starting as a work-study student employee while attaining his B.A. In 2006, he was hired full time as Office Assistant II and in 2011 was promoted to Program Coordinator with responsibility for managing online programs, developing and implementing marketing and advertising plans and monitoring the KeyBank PDC budget. While working full-time, he was a part-time student in the M.B.A. program at the UW Tacoma, completing the program in 2014. Prior to working at UW Tacoma, he worked as a laborer for a construction company, a seasonal stocker at Mervyns and worked as an order picker in a distribution warehouse for two years. In 2009, Brian was introduced to Home brewing and a year later became a certified beer judge. He continues to win various medals and awards for his beer. He was elected as president of the local homebrew Club and has managed various completions throughout the region for both professional and homebrewed beer.
Kathleen L. Beaumont
Program Development Manager
B.S., Workforce Education, Southern Illinois University, Associate in Digital Design, Pierce College, A.A. Liberal Studies, Antelope Valley College, Lean Six Sigma Green Belt, UW Tacoma, Certified Public Manager, UW Tacoma, Certified Program Planner, LERN.
Kathleen L. Beaumont has over 30 years of experience working in the public sector for the State of Washington working at DSHS Adult Probation and Parole and the WIN Program, Dept. of Licensing, the Criminal Justice Training Commission, Pierce College and University of Washington Tacoma. She brings her 25 years of experience in human resource development and training to her current position of Program Manager/Developer at the UW Tacoma Professional Development Center where she is responsible for course development, marketing and operations for Lean Six Sigma, Human Resources, Certified Public Manager and customized training programs. Prior to working at UW Tacoma, she worked as Program Manager/Developer for Pierce College Continuing Education with responsibility for developing community based programs in art and leisure, computer training and medical coding. As a Human Resource Development Specialist IV for the Washington State Criminal Justice Training Commission she was responsible for curriculum development and management for four training academies for juvenile justice, adult criminal justice case workers and non-custody staff. As Adjunct Faculty at Pierce College, she taught both grounded and online courses for the two-year Associate in Digital Design degree program.
Office Assistant III
B.A. Communications, Central Washington University, Associate in Arts, Centralia College
Jennifer Mitchell came to UW Tacoma from Central Washington University, first as a student and then as an employee at the Des Moines Campus. She is currently studying for her Masters of Education in Higher Education at Central. On the side, she is an accomplished portrait and wedding photographer.