President's Executive Team

Academic Affairs

Richard Muma, Provost

Morrison Hall 109
Campus Box 13

Office Contact: Laura Manning,

» Learn more about Richard Muma

Finance and Administration

Werner Golling, Vice President for Finance and Administration
208 Morrison Hall
Campus Box 47

Office Contact: Fiffy Petty,

» Learn more about Werner Golling

Research and Technology Transfer

John Tomblin, Vice President for Research And Technology Transfer, Executive Director of the National Institute for Aviation Research
319 NIAR
Campus Box 93

Office Contact: Gabrielle Dodosh,

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WSU Tech

Sheree Utash, President of WSU Tech and VP of Workforce Development for WSU


Office Contact: Paula Pitts,

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Strategic Communications

Lou Heldman, Vice President for Strategic Communications
201 Morrison Hall
Campus Box 62

Office Contact: Susan Johnson,

» Learn more about Lou Heldman

Diversity & Community Engagement

Marché Fleming-Randle, Vice President for Diversity and Community Engagement
Morrison 109
Campus Box 013

Office Contact: Deanna Carrithers,

» Learn more about Marché Fleming-Randle

Student Affairs

Teri Hall, Vice President for Student Affairs
RSC 210
Campus Box 95

Office Contact: Linda Claypool,

» Learn more about Teri Hall

General Counsel

David Moses, General Counsel
201 Morrison Hall
Campus Box 205

Office Contact: Belinda Bishop,

» Learn more about David Moses

Chief of Staff

Andrew Schlapp, Chief of Staff, Director of NIAR Business Development
203 Morrison Hall
Campus Box 1

Office Contact: Susan Johnson,

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Darron Boatright, Director of Athletics
202 Charles Koch Arena
Campus Box 18

Office Contact: Ruth Matz,

» Learn more about Darron Boatright

President's Office Staff

Zachary Gearhart
Director of Government Relations
203 Morrison Hall
Campus Box 1

Anna Lanier 
Deputy Chief of Staff
203 Morrison Hall
Campus Box 1

Susan Johnson
Executive Assistant for Office of the President
203 Morrison Hall
Campus Box 1

Kassidy Thompson
Senior Office Associate
203 Morrison Hall

Class Year: Junior
Major: Communication Sciences and Disorders
About Me: Growing up in the small town of Newton, KS, I was always spending time in Wichita, which is where my love for Wichita developed. I decided to come to Wichita State University because of the abundant opportunities that students are given here. On campus I not only work in the President’s Office but also am a Transition Mentor, a member of Delta Gamma, the Secretary for WSUSSLHA and the Service Chair for Mortar Board.  I enjoy working in the President’s Office because I am able to gain more knowledge about Wichita State’s campus and am able to meet more students and faculty on campus. I’m a big fan of college basketball, dancing and watching The Office.

Saylis Sengvilay
Office Associate
203 Morrison Hall

Class Year: Junior
Major: Communication Sciences and Disorders
About Me: Born and raised in Wichita, I am extremely proud to call myself a Wichitan. I love this city and university with all my heart, which is why I wanted to work in the President’s Office. Calling this university my home wouldn’t feel right if I didn't understand the large mechanics behind it, and working in the President’s office helps me understand the ins and outs to Wichita State, and only cultivates my love for it. Here at Wichita State I am a member of the Delta Gamma Sorority, Housing & Residence Life, Bill & Dorothy Cohen Honors College, Student Government Association, Asian Student Conference, Student Ambassador Society, and Shocker Navigators.

Sydney Kalscheur
Office Associate
203 Morrison Hall

Class Year:  Junior
Major:  Nursing
About Me:  My favorite thing about Wichita State is having the support of the Wichita community behind our university. I was drawn to WSU because of the nursing program and the immense amount of opportunities for students to grow and reach their full potential. In addition to working in the president’s office, I am also a transition mentor for the university, a member of Delta Gamma sorority, the Bill and Dorothy Cohen Honors College, and student government association. These experiences have allowed me to cultivate a new knowledge and understanding of what Wichita State is all about. I am extremely proud to call myself a Shocker. 

Brenden Steele
Office Associate
203 Morrison Hall

Class Year: Sophomore
Major: Aerospace Engineering
About Me: Currently pursuing a Bachelors in Aerospace Engineering, coming to Wichita State only seemed like a natural decision. Originally from Norman, Oklahoma, I am happy to call Wichita my home. I am always looking for ways to get involved and meet new people. At first I was skeptical about joining greek life but after meeting the people in Sigma Phi Epsilon and understanding what they stand for I knew it was the place for me. I can confidently say I am proud to be a SigEp. I played soccer my entire life and love playing sports, I love to fill my available free time playing intramural sports.

Alexandra Tozier
Office Associate
203 Morrison Hall
Class Year: Junior
Major: Pre-Dental Hygiene
About Me: I’m from Newton, KS, so having Wichita State close to home kept it on my mind through my college search. I ultimately chose Wichita State because of the excellent programs in the College of Health Professions, but also the extensive opportunities available to students outside the classroom.  While pursuing my major in Dental Hygiene, I am also completing a minor in Psychology. I am involved in Student Ambassador Society and WSU’s A Cappella Choir, while working for both The Office of the President and for the University Congregational Church Choir. I am proud of the community that has been built here at Wichita State and look forward to more experiences as a Shocker.

Isaac Rivera
Office Associate
203 Morrison Hall

Class year: Sophomore
Major: 6-12 Government/History Education
About Me:  I was born in Springfield, Massachusetts but my family is originally from Puerto Rico. We lived there a few years but my father joined the military and was stationed at Fort Carson in Colorado Springs, we lived there for 12 years. My mother and stepfather moved to Newton, Kansas where we lived for about three years until moving to Valley Center for my last two years of high school.  Altogether, this is my 6th year living in Kansas. I am majoring in Government and History and hope to one day pursue a career in education administration and eventually politics. On campus I am a Student Associate for the Office of the President and a proud member of the Greek Life community, signing with Sigma Alpha Epsilon my very first semester of college. I also have the distinct honor and privilege to represent my fellow education students serving as a Senator for the College of Education in the Student Government Association. Being a Shocker has easily been one of the best decisions I’ve made.