Phone: (909) 537-7483
Diane Podolske, Ph.D. is the Director of the Office of Community Engagement. One of Diane's responsibilities is to connect CSUSB students and faculty with local nonprofits, schools and government agencies for service learning and community-based research projects. She is originally from Minnesota and studied Educational Psychology at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. A fun fact to know about Diane is that she worked as a "secret shopper" for McDonald's to help pay for her college expenses.
Faculty Associate (part-time)
Phone: (909) 537-5793
Teresa Dodd-Butera is a registered nurse and a board-certified toxicologist (Diplomate, American Board of Applied Toxicology/ DABAT). She is Professor Emeritus in the Department of Nursing. Her research addresses acute and chronic exposures in pregnancy, maternal-child and family health - with a focus on families with children with special health care needs. Dr. Dodd-Butera is interested in public health policy and equity issues and was previously a Co-Director for CSUSB's Center for Health Equity.
Administrative Analyst Specialist
Camelia Fowler is the Administrative Analyst Specialist for the Office of Community Engagement. She joined the CSUSB family in 2005 and has held several positions on campus, including as the university’s Testing Officer, Assistant to the Associate Provost for Academic Programs, and student assistant for Academic Affairs. Cam has also served on the campus’ planning committees for the Women’s Leadership Conference, Employee Appreciation Day, and Human Trafficking Awareness Day. In September 2018, Cam was awarded the President’s Divisional Distinguished Service Award for the Academic Affairs Division. Cam oversees student volunteer service programs, coordinates budgetary operations for the program, and cultivates relationships with on and off campus partners. A fun fact about Cam is that she loves to travel and collect magnets from places she has traveled to!
Administrative Coordinator for Faculty Initiatives
Phone: (909) 537-5345
Juan Ochoa is the Administrative Coordinator for Faculty Initiatives of the Office of Community Engagement. He serves as the first point of contact for faculty who are engaged in community partnership development, service learning and/or community-based participatory research. Juan also serves as a primary coordinator of the CSUSB President's Volunteer Service Award program for faculty and staff. A fun fact about Juan is he will go to outrageous lengths for good pizza.