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Student Medical & Counseling Clinic

Administrative Staff

Rhonda McKinney, M.S., LMFT

Executive Director of Student Medical Clinic and Counseling

I received my undergraduate degree in Psychology from California State University, Stanislaus and went on to receive my M.S. in Counseling from that same institution. I became licensed in the State of California as a Marriage, Family & Child Counselor and worked in a number of different settings. Eventually I ended up back at Cal State Stanislaus and worked for six years in their Counseling & Career Development Center. I am currently licensed as a counselor in Washington State and serve as the Director of Counseling Services here at Central. I love my job and thoroughly enjoy working with students on a variety of different issues.

Janet NoyesJanet Noyes
Office Manager, Program Support Supervisor II
(509) 963-1626

Hello, I am the Office Manager at the Student Medical and Counseling Clinic. I help with the everyday operations of the Center, and assist with management. If you have a need or request, please contact me and I will personally help you or put you in contact with the person that can. I married a wonderful local guy and have two married children, a daughter and a son, a wonderful son-in-law, and daughter-in-law, a granddaughter and two grandsons. Family and friends are important to me, as well as my involvement with my church, Young Life, and Women of Vision (World Vision), and Child Hope International. I love living in Ellensburg, and also enjoy traveling, reading and a good cup of coffee.

Linda CoxLinda Cox
Patient Services Lead
(509) 963-1814

Hi! I am the Patient Service Lead at the Student Medical and Counseling Clinic. I do various jobs, including billing, assisting front desk, chart maintenance and supervising student employees. Spending time with my children (and spouse) and grandchildren is what I enjoy most. Other interest are gardening, time with friends and my two dogs.

Suzanne LaubSuzanne Laub
Medical Transcriptionist
(509) 963-1388

Over 20 years of experience transcribing confidential patient records. Assist in front office on a part-time basis as well. Enjoy the university atmosphere and working with college students. I love spending time with my family, traveling, horseback riding, gardening, music, and living life to the fullest!

marilynAllredMarilyn Allred
Patient Services Representative
(509) 963-1881

I am married and have two adult children both living in Ellensburg. I have three grandchildren that I enjoy spending my free time with playing and enjoying life. I also enjoy my summers by going to car shows and spending time with family and friends participating in outside activities.

Cheryl CampbellCheryl Campbell
Patient Services Representative
(509) 963-1881

I have lived in Ellensburg for 16 years and cannot think of a better place to live and raise a family. I am married and together we have four children. My free time is spent on a baseball filed, but when I can sneak a few minutes for myself I love to quilt and garden.

Chanelle GiesyChanelle Giesy
Patient Service Representative
(509) 963-1881

I grew up in Ellensburg and graduated from Kittitas High School. I married my high school sweetheart and we have 2 kids. In our spare time we like to go camping, ride dirt bikes and 4-wheelers, play board games and spend time with our family. I also try to sneak in some time for my scrapbooking. We normally don’t have much for spare time as our kids are involved in volleyball, football, basketball, softball and baseball. We have very busy lives but I wouldn’t have it any other way.

Tammy Saselli 

Patient Services Representative

My name is Tammy and I moved to Central Washington 2 years ago from the west side where I enjoyed working in the Emergency Department at Good Sam Hospital in Puyallup and St. Clare Hospital in Lakewood. I started working here at CWU September of 2017 and I am very much enjoying my new role here at the Student Medical and Counseling Clinic/SMACC. My husband and I take advantage of all the outdoor activities here, hiking, fly fishing, and seeing the wonderful wildlife. We love the small town feel and the welcoming community. I am looking forward to my time here at the SMACC and hope to become a good asset to the clinic.



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