Meet the Staff
Beth Dolder-Zieke ’88
Beth has served as director of the Career Services office since
2006. She is a Licensed Professional
Counselor and a Global Career Development Facilitator. Beth has received specialized training in the
Myers Briggs Type Indicator, the Strong Interest Inventory, and
StrengthsQuest. Come and see Beth if you are unsure about your
major or your career path, or just want to talk about the possibilities. She has a bachelor’s degree in psychology
from Viterbo University and a master’s degree in counseling from Winona State
University. Beth and her husband, Steve,
have 2 college-age daughters and live in rural Houston County, Minnesota with
their golden retriever and 3 spoiled cats.
Internship/Volunteer/Community Engagement Coordinator
Denise Lorenz joined the Career Services staff in August
2012. She has a bachelor’s degree in sociology and a master’s degree in vocational rehabilitation with an administration focus from the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire. Previously she was the program head and instructor for the DisAbility Support Specialist Associate Degree program at Western Technical College for 17 years. Denise and her husband, Rob, have six children (Jessiann, Dylan, Bryce, Brielle, Brynnae, and Breigh), a golden retriever, LamBeau, and a cat, Sam. They live in La Crescent and are very active in the soccer world, as well as with other sports. A true Packer fan, Denise welcomes friendly bantering from football fans from “the other” teams.
Anne has worked at Viterbo since
1998 and has served as the career specialist since 2006. After earning
her bachelor’s degree in English education, she taught high school English,
followed by employment in various community education and human service-related
jobs. In her current position, Anne meets with students who want to plan a job
search, prepare a resume, fine tune cover letters or other job search
correspondence, discuss graduate school applications, or participate in a mock
interview. Anne lives in La Crosse and likes to spend her free time
reading a good book and attending local fine arts productions.