Gail Farmer has been the Director of the Wildcat Wellness Center since 1999. She is responsible for developing, implementing and evaluating campus prevention and social norms marketing campaigns, providing assessment, counseling and referral for students who have been identified as high risk, and teaching Prime for Life, a high-risk alcohol use prevention curriculum. She has had extensive experience in outpatient alcohol counseling, and is the former chair of the Washington State College Coalition for Substance Abuse Prevention. Gail holds a Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology and a Master of Business Administration.
Gail can be contacted at 509-963-3214 or email@example.com.
Lynne Harrison has been the Coordinator of the Campus-Community Coalition since 2004. She facilitates the work of a broad-based group of community and campus stakeholders committed to reducing problems associated with high-risk and underage drinking, develops work strategies based on best practices in alcohol prevention programs, and assists with the collection and analysis of data on alcohol consumption and program evaluation. Lynne also teaches the Prime for Life class for students sanctioned for alcohol violations. Trained in cooperative problem solving, she is an active and visible volunteer in the community. She is on the steering committee for the Washington State College Coalition for Substance Abuse Prevention, on the Board of Directors of the Ellensburg Downtown Association, a member of the Kittitas County Meth Action Team, and former chair and member of the Kittitas County Alcohol/Substance Abuse Advisory Board. Lynne holds an M.A.T. in Guidance and Counseling; her professional experience includes counseling, academic advising, coordinating disability support services, and alumni relations/fundraising.
Lynne can be contacted at 509-963-3240 or firstname.lastname@example.org.