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Center for Career Development

Staff Profiles

Seana T. Coulter, M.Ed, NCC, BC-TMH

Executive Director, Center for Career Development

Office: Tyler Hall 307
Phone: 443.885.3110


Master of Education, Loyola College in Maryland, Guidance & Counseling, 1999

Bachelor of Science, Coppin State College, History, 1997

Ms. Coulter is a Nationally Certified Counselor with over 20+ years of experience in Career Services. She has a passion for diversity and inclusion and has presented regionally and nationally on topics such as How to Help Diverse Populations in the Workplace, B’More than your Race in the Workplace and Infusing Hope for College Students with Asperger’s Syndrome: Preparation for the World of Work.  She co-created the Under the Surface Series: Working While Black which received the Innovative Program Award from Maryland College Personnel Association (MCPA) and was a finalist for the NACE Innovations Excellence Award for Diversity (2011). She also co-led the first NACE HBCU Summit in 2021 which resulted in free three-year membership for all HBCUs.

She currently serves as the Executive Director of the Center for Career Development at Morgan State University overseeing the department operations and providing services to the entire student body population and alumni of 7, 500+.

In her current role, she provides individual and group career assessment, counseling, and guidance to college students on a wide range of career-related issues including career decision-making, experiential education, job choice, and career success through a variety of delivery systems.  In addition to her primary duties, she provides career presentations to high school juniors and seniors to aid in their transition from high school to college/world of work and assisted the university in securing the UNCF Career Pathways Initiative Planning Grant for $2 Million (competitively awarded to 30 out of 92 universities).

Ms. Coulter serves on multiple university committees that aid in reducing barriers, creating pathways, enriching the college experience, and making graduation attainable to all. She sincerely enjoys working with students to help them achieve their career goals.