Welcome to Pacific-Notable Changes, September 17, 2012
Welcome to Pacific
Mickey Adams is a police dispatcher in Public Safety.
Leslie Anderson is an Administrative Assistant II in International Programs and Services.
Natalie Kersh is an Administrative Assistant I in the Office of the Registrar.
Rosie Martins is the Assistant Director for Athletic Training in Athletics.
Antonio Padilla '09 is the new director of Baseball Operations in Pacific Athletics. Padilla has spent that last two seasons working in professional baseball. Padilla graduated from Pacific with a degree in Sports Management and a minor in Business Management, serving as the Video Analysis Intern for the baseball program during the 2009 baseball season. He has held positions over the past few years with the Boston Red Sox and the Milwaukee Brewers. He will bring his expertise in the field of video analysis to the Tigers program as Pacific revamps its video operations.
Ramon Quintero is a systems administrator II in the Office of Information Technology.
Charlotte Scatliffe is the new head coach for Women's Tennis in Athletics. Scatliffe takes over for former head coach Bob "Chino" Chiene, who guided the Tigers to a pair of perfect finishes in the Big West over his nine years at the helm of the Pacific program. Most recently, Scatliffe spent the 2011-12 season as the UC Santa Barbara Gauchos Interim Head Coach as she took over the program after three years as a Gaucho assistant. In her one season at the helm of the Gaucho program, Scatliffe guided her women to 5-3 record in the Big West Conference and a semifinal showing at the conference championship tournament.
Michael Dalgety '97, '12, was promoted to associate director of Athletics for Internal Affairs. Dalgety is responsible for the day-to-day business and financial operations within Pacific athletics. Before taking over Internal Affairs, Dalgety handled a number of critical compliance areas as director of Compliance from 2006-08. He also served as the associate director of Athletic Media Relations from 1998-2000 and from 2002-05. He earned his bachelor's degree in sport sciences from Pacific in 1997 and completed his doctorate in higher education administration at Pacific in May 2012
Georgia Kovich-Lee was named assistant director of Athletics for Marketing and Promotions. Kovich-Lee enters her sixth year at the helm of the Tigers' marketing and promotions department. As director of marketing, she has been responsible for developing and implementing marketing plans and in-game promotions for Pacific athletic events.
Allen Wong has been named director of the Advanced Education in General Dentistry (AEGD) program at Arthur A. Dugoni School of Dentistry. Wong will be responsible for the overall management and development of the AEGD program's curriculum; outcomes measurement process; faculty and staff development; recruitment and evaluation; and budget. Wong has been a faculty member at the Dugoni School of Dentistry for many years, having previously served as the director of Highland Hospital's Hospital Dentistry Program; assistant director of the school's AEGD program; and director of the AEGD Clinic previously located at the school's San Francisco campus. He currently serves as the director of Pacific's Hospital Dentistry program, a position he has held since 2008 and will continue to hold alongside his new role of AEGD program director. The AEGD program is a one-year, American Dental Association-accredited postgraduate residency in general dentistry providing advanced training and clinical experience.
Wes Yourth was named assistant director of Athletics for Facilities and Operations. Yourth has served as the Tigers Supervisor of Facilities and Operations since fall 2010, and was the director of Baseball Operations for the Tigers' baseball team from 2007 to 2010.