Candace Desrosiers is associate vice president for HBU Alumni & University Relations. As a graduate of HBU, Desrosiers is passionate about engaging alumni and friends of the University. Sarah Holland is the director of University Events & Conferences. She helps coordinate many HBU events. For the first time this year, the University will offer Camp HBU. The camp is for children ages 10 to 15, and will be held Monday, July 16 through Friday, July 20, 2018.

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Theresa Fuqua serves as the HBU head track coach. Coach Fuqua has built a successful program and started the BacktheTrack campaign. Additionally, each year, she supports volunteer events such as the Husky Hustle 5K. In 2017, she received the Hallmark Award during the Spirit of HBU Awards ceremony.

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Dr. Craig Ferrell has an extensive background including roles as a police officer, detective, attorney and professor. He now serves as a program coordinator and assistant professor of Criminal Justice and Law for the HBU Department of Law and Society. The first two graduates of the HBU Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice program received their diplomas in December 2017.

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Allyson Cates serves as the director of HBU Graduate Admissions. She has helped oversee the modernization and growth of the department. During the 2017-2018 school year, the HBU Graduate School reached 1,000 students for the first time. Recently, the department joined forces with the Pampell Online Division for even greater effectiveness.

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Shelby Stafford earned a degree in Christianity with a minor in Classics from HBU before going on to the Master of Arts in Theological Studies. In addition to her work as a student, she is an administrative assistant for the West University Baptist Church.

Michael Leanes completed an undergraduate degree in Psychology before entering the HBU Master of Fine Arts program, specializing in Sculpture. Leanes creates furniture out of wood and metal, and owns Michael Leanes Design (MichaelLeanes.com).

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Christian Guzman earned an undergraduate degree in Kinesiology from HBU before pursuing a Master’s in Education (All-level PE specialty). As a student athlete, he ran and set records in the 60, 110 and 400-meter hurdles, and was a punter for the football team (#39).

Tyler Helaire earned a Bachelor’s in Business Management, and continued on to the Master’s in Human Resource Management program. As a defensive lineman (#96), Helaire was an integral part of the HBU football team.

Christian would like to play in the NFL and be a high school teacher and coach. Tyler would like to open a sports complex.

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Donna Finnie is the HBU head women’s basketball coach. She was named the fifth head coach in program history in April 2013. As a native of Edinburgh, Scotland, she became the first international coach ever to be the head coach of a NCAA Division 1 basketball team. She is the winningest coach at the Division 1 level in the HBU basketball program’s history.

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