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Tom Putnam Region V Transition Coordinator, CTE Advanced Opportunities

Tom Putnam

Executive Director, College and Career Readiness

Office: Roy F. Christensen Complex 362A

208-282-4133

thomasputnam@isu.edu

Mary Guyton, Administrative Assistant for Adult Education

Mary Guyton

Administrative Assistant

Office: Roy F. Christensen Complex 374

208-282-2485

maryguyton@isu.edu

 Heather Gooch  ESL Instructor/Coordinator

Heather Gooch

ESL Instructor/Coordinator

Office: Roy F. Christensen Complex 368

208-282-3279

heathergooch@isu.edu

Heather Gooch is a graduate from Utah State University with a B.A. in American Studies and Spanish. She received a M.Ed. in Human Resource Training and Development with an emphasis in Adult Education from Idaho State University. Her travel experiences led her to an interest in working with people from around the world. Heather has been an ESL instructor since 1996 teaching students in Blackfoot and Pocatello. Heather enjoys spending time in her backyard while listening to birds and reading.

Diana Gull, Customer Service Representative

Diana Gull

Customer Service Representative

Dan Kunkel, Technical Records Specialist

Dan Kunkel

Technical Records Specialist

Office: Roy F. Christensen Complex 374

(208) 282-2468

kunkdan@isu.edu

Customer Service Representative

Blanca Mendez

Customer Service Representative

Office: Roy F. Christensen Complex B166

208-282-3244

blancamendez@isu.edu

 Susan Hughes  Instructor/Coordinator

Susan Hughes

Instructor/Coordinator

Office: Roy F. Christensen Complex 368

208-282-4045

susanhughes@isu.edu

Valerie Watts,  Instructor for Adult Education

Valerie Watts

Instructor

Office: 208-282-5805

valeriewatts@isu.edu

A native Pocatelloan, Valerie Watts has held a variety of teaching positions both here and in Southern California. After graduating from Idaho State University, her first teaching jobs were in the Academic Skills Development (now TGE) and Adult Education programs on the College of Technology campus. In 2012, Valerie returned to Adult Education to teach math again. She finds it especially gratifying assisting students in their educational journey. Valerie enjoys accompanying her husband on motorcycle trips and working outdoors on various summer projects at home.