Our People – May 2017

Kelsey Moskitis (soon to be Kelsey Burket!)

WHAT’S YOUR ROLE WITHIN UNIVERSITY ADVANCEMENT?
I work in the College of Natural Sciences development office as the assistant director of development for corporate and foundation relations. In my role, I have the privilege of forming external relationships with industry partners and foundations to expand upon the College of Natural Sciences’ teaching, research, student experience, and outreach program capabilities.

WHERE DO YOU CONSIDER YOUR HOMETOWN?
San Diego, Calif. (always and forever)

WHERE DO YOU CALL HOME NOW?
Fort Collins

TELL US SOMETHING UNIQUE OR UNEXPECTED ABOUT YOU.
I have lived in every time zone in the contiguous USA. 

WHERE DO YOU LIKE TO GIVE OF YOUR TIME, TALENTS, TREASURES?
Colorado Public Radio, Lifeline Puppy Rescue, and Tennyson Center for Children.

HOW DO YOU RECHARGE?
Daily walks and cuddle sessions with my two pups, Banjo and Edison.

Angela Hayes

WHAT’S YOUR ROLE WITHIN UNIVERSITY ADVANCEMENT?
Associate director of alumni and online career engagement. Mine is a shared position between the Alumni Association and the Career Center. I provide one-on-one career coaching and also presentations/webinars/events for CSU alumni. The content of webinars and on-site presentations often addresses topics relevant for both alumni and online students.

WHERE DO YOU CONSIDER YOUR HOMETOWN?
I grew up on a farm in north-central Kansas. The closest town was Linn, Kan. I lived in Manhattan, Kan. (home of Kansas State University) for about 30 years before moving here, so I suppose Manhattan would be my hometown.

WHERE DO YOU CALL HOME NOW?
Fort Collins

TELL US SOMETHING UNIQUE OR UNEXPECTED ABOUT YOU.
Most people say it’s my sense of humor and ability to tell stories. I appear very quiet and reserved at first, so people are surprised when they get to know me.

WHERE DO YOU LIKE TO GIVE OF YOUR TIME, TALENTS, TREASURES?
I love my work at CSU because I get to help people make their dreams come true. Outside of work, I’ve most enjoyed volunteer work as a director of summer camps, coaching girls softball, working with intergenerational programs for community-building, and helping children learn to read.

WHAT’S YOUR SUPERPOWER?
Recognizing and shining a light on other people’s unrecognized gifts/talents.