Rae Ann Bories-Easley
Rae Ann Bories-Easley joined the Office of Career and Professional Development in July, 2010 as the Director. She most recently served as the Director of Outreach and Marketing at the American University Career Center in Washington, D.C. from 2000-2008 after managing the International Internships Program from 1997-2000. There, she worked closely with the faculty, students, staff and alumni from the School of International Service to develop relationships with employers in Washington, New York and abroad and to advise students on career planning.
Internship Program & Office Manager
After living in Santa Cruz, California for three years, Jamie is excited to be returning to the University of Denver. She has spent the last 12 years of her career developing and managing academic units in higher education. Most recently, she served as Assistant Director for the Program in Jewish Studies at CU Boulder, where she was responsible for developing the departments internship program. She is passionate about helping students integrate their academic experience with their personal and professional aspirations and inspiring a passion for life-long learning. The internship program placed students domestically and internationally in Israel and the West Bank. Prior to working at CU Boulder, Jamie was the Assistant Director for the Center for Judaic Studies at DU. In addition to higher education, Jamie has worked in international corporate settings and has extensive experience in non-profit management. An avid traveler, she has experience building cultural education programs and working in cross-cultural settings. Jamie has lived and worked in Hong Kong and Japan with extensive travel experience throughout Western Europe, South East Asia, Central and South America, Israel and the West Bank. She holds a BS in International Business and Marketing from the University of Colorado Boulder.
I am originally from Southern California, but am now thrilled to call Colorado home. I have lived in every time zone in the contiguous United States, and am a proud Returned Peace Corps Volunteer (Georgia 2009-2011). I also hold an MA from the University of Denver in International and Intercultural Communication. I am currently a Career Advisor, having previously served as the Internship Program Manager in the Office of Career and Professional Development serving graduate students at the Josef Korbel School of International Studies.
Gergana Kostadinova Law
Assistant Director of Employer Relations
Prior to working with the Korbel Office of Career and Professional Development, Gergana served as Program Manager at the Sié Center for three years, where, among other things, she enjoyed supporting faculty, visiting scholars and practitioners, and Sié Fellows in a variety of ways. Gergana is originally from Bulgaria but has called Colorado home for most of her life, and she is a proud, two-time Korbel and DU alumna. Prior to joining Korbel as a staff member in 2020, Gergana was a Fulbright Fellow from 2019-2020, and Senior Program Manager at World Denver.