Our Staff

For general questions about CCD or our services, please call 443.885.3110.

Seana T. Coulter, M.Ed, NCC, DCC
Director/ Career Counselor
C-224 Montebello

Seana Coulter oversees the department operations. She holds a Master of Education (M.Ed.) degree in Guidance and Counseling from Loyola University Maryland. She is also a nationally certified counselor and a certified practitioner for the MBTI.

She meets with students individually for career counseling, resume & cover letter development, graduate/professional school counseling, job search techniques, and career transitions.
Ms. Coulter enjoys working with students to help them achieve their career goals. Please schedule an appointment with Ms. Coulter to discover the opportunities that await you.

Earlene Goodson '82
Associate Director/Recruitment Coordinator
C-221 Montebello

Ms. Goodson is the on-campus recruitment contact for employers, MSU graduating students and alumni. She also coordinates the annual Career Day, CONNECTION, Spring Job Fair. She is available to assist graduating students with their career development needs including career assessment, interviewing, job search assistance and career transitions.

Whitney D. Hills
Administrative Assistant
C-224 Montebello

Whitney Hills is the Administrative Assistant for our office. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Interdisciplinary Studies from the University of Houston - Clear Lake. She is currently working on her training and certification as a Career Development Facilitator.

Mrs. Hills guides and directs students to the array of services and tools available to them, and assists with resume and cover letter development. She works directly with Ms. Coulter and Ms. Goodson, and with other departments to coordinate CCD events held for students throughout the academic year. It is her goal to help students tap into their innate skills and draw upon their strengths to find a meaningful and fulfilling career.

Mrs. Hills is married to Dr. Darrius Hills, professor of Black Church Studies at Morgan State University. A native Texan, she enjoys the natural beauty of the state of Maryland and likes to hike, camp, bike, and kayak at nearby spots. She also loves cooking, landscaping, and paper crafting.

RaNecia M. Smith, MA
Lead Career Specialist
C-224 Montebello

RaNecia Smith is the Lead Career Specialist promoting BearTracks. She holds a Master of Arts (M.A.) degree in Counseling from Hampton University. She meets with students to get a jump start on their career. She provides individual career and professional counseling, resume & cover letter development, job search techniques, and career transitions. She also provides professional development workshops throughout MSU to promote the importance of experiential learning and employer engagement.

Please schedule an appointment with Ms. Smith for individual sessions or to request group session.