Staff Directory

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Brown, Kendall
Resources Coordinator
202-274-4094 Please contact by email or phone
Dunphy, Wesley
Data Collection Analyst
202-274-4453 Please contact by email or phone
Jenkins, Traci Mundy
Assistant Dean
202-274-4091 Request appointments through CareerLink
Yuill, Carey Morgan
Manager of Employer Relations
202-274-4095 Please contact by email or phone
Noble, Kelly E.
Judicial Clerkship Advisor
202-274-4251 Request appointments through CareerLink
Pascocello, Matthew L.
Director of Career Development and Alumni Counseling
202-274-4092 Call/Email directly for an appointment, or request appointment through CareerLink
Career Counselor & Diversity Liaison 202-274-4339 Vacant Appointments made through CareerLink
Radnovic, Melanija
Assistant Director of International Career Programs
202-274-4097 Request appointments through CareerLink
Career Counselor 202-274-4093 Vacant Appointments made through CareerLink
Scott, Laura
Assistant Director, Public Service Careers
202-274-4090 Request appointments through CareerLink
Tintle, Christian
Senior Administrative Assistant
202-274-4090 Please contact by email or phone


Kendall Brown

Kendall Brown is the Resources Coordinator in the Office of Career & Professional Development. He oversees the online and hard copy student resources and assists with the finance, website, and social media operations in the office. He has years of experience facilitating education and professional development among student populations. Kendall received a Bachelor of Arts degree from The Pennsylvania State University in Sociology, with additional degrees in Psychology and Information Systems and Statistical Analysis.

Wesley Dunphy

Wes Dunphy is the Data Collection Analyst in the Office of Career and Professional Development. He is responsible for collecting, analyzing, and communicating data as it pertains to the career development of current students and the employment status of alumni. Wes received his Bachelor of Arts in Economics from Boston University. He previously worked as a loan processor and IT specialist at Guarantee Mortgage Company in San Rafael, California.

Traci Mundy Jenkins

Traci Mundy Jenkins is the Assistant Dean for the Office of Career & Professional Development at American University Washington College of Law. In addition to managing the staff and all education and recruitment programs sponsored by the office, she conducts private and public sector employer outreach and counsels JD and LLM students in all areas of their career development. Prior to joining the law school, Traci was the Managing Partner of a Washington, DC area legal placement and consulting company where she specialized in attorney recruitment and counseling, and offered diversity consulting services to law firms and corporate legal departments. She also served as the Director of Placement for a national attorney placement company.

Traci began her legal career at Venable, Baetjer and Howard, LLP (now Venable LLP) where she developed an employment and commercial litigation practice during her seven years with the firm. She is a graduate of the University of Virginia School of Law, and she received a BA in Economics from Wellesley College. Traci is active in a number of professional and community organizations, including current service on the Strategic Planning Committee for the Washington Area Legal Recruitment Administrators Association (WALRAA) and a member of the Nominating Committee for the National Association for Law Placement (NALP). Her former leadership positions include serving on the NALP Board of Directors and as president and board member of WALRAA. She is a frequent speaker on legal recruiting issues.

Carey Morgan Yuill

Carey Morgan Yuill is Manager of Employer Relations in the Office of Career & Professional Development. Carey serves as a liaison to legal employers and coordinates school sponsored recruitment initiatives. Carey received her Bachelor of Science degree from American University in Business Administration. She has worked on both the staffing and in-house sides of recruiting.

Kelly E. Noble

Kelly E. Noble is the Judicial Clerkship Advisor within the Office of Career & Professional Development. She specializes in counseling J.D. and LL.M. students and alumni with respect to the judicial clerkship and internship process, in addition to providing general J.D. career development and job search counseling. Kelly began her career as a judicial clerk with the Rhode Island Supreme Court Law Clerk Department in Newport, R.I. Following her clerkship, she worked in public sector labor and employment law in Providence, R.I. Kelly is a cum laude graduate of the Roger Williams University School of Law, and she earned her B.A. in Political Science, International Development, and Business Administration from the University of Rhode Island.

Matthew L. Pascocello

Matthew L. Pascocello is the Director of Career Development and Alumni Counseling. He specializes in counseling alumni as well as directing OCPD's marketing efforts. Matthew also serves as an Adjunct Professor at both AU and WCL. He received a BA in Economics and Political Science from Boston University and his J.D. from Georgetown; he also completed coursework at the London School of Economics and the National University of Singapore. Matthew has worked as a corporate and international trade attorney in Manhattan and served as in-house legal counsel and Manager of Legal Information Systems for a Parisian-based, multinational assistance services company.


Career Counselor and Diversity Liaison

The Career Counselor and Diversity Liaison in the Office of Career & Professional Development assists with all aspects of J.D. students’ career development through programming and individual counseling.  The Career Counselor and Diversity Liaison also specializes in diversity initiatives offered by WCL groups and external organizations. 

Melanija Radnovic

Melanija Radnovic

Melanija Radnovic is the Assistant Director for International Career Programs in the Office of Career & Professional Development. She specializes in advising foreign ILSP students and alumni on issues unique to foreign lawyers entering the job market in the United States. Through workshops and individual sessions, Melanija counsels foreign lawyers in all areas of career development, including developing strategies to secure jobs and internships in the United States during and after their Optional Practical Training (OPT). Melanija is also an Adjunct Professor and teaches the International Visiting Scholars Seminar at WCL.

Melanija joined WCL in 2009 and until 2013 was the International Programs Coordinator, and managed the Humphrey Fellowship Program and the International Visiting Scholars Program. Melanija received her JD degree from the University of Novi Sad Law School, in Serbia, and is admitted to the Serbian BAR. She is an alumna of WCL, where she obtained LL.M. degree in International Legal Studies with two specializations: International Business Law and International Environmental Law. She worked as a judge for the Municipal family law court, and as an independent attorney, she practiced in the areas of business, trade, contract, labor, real estate, family and property law. Melanija cooperated on a number of legal research projects related to international environmental law issues, and issues of foreign investment and trade in developing countries, with the CIEL and several other NGOs in the DC area. Melanija has also obtained certificates from the Intercultural Management Institute at AU in: Intercultural Leadership Competence, International Student Advising, Intercultural Training and Facilitation, as well as Mediating in a Multicultural Context. She speaks Serbian, Croatian, Bosnian, basic German and is presently taking classes in Spanish.


Career Counselor

The Career Counselor position in the Office of Career & Professional Development assists with all aspects of J.D. students’ career development through programming and individual counseling. This Counselor specializes in small and midsize firm career counseling.

Laura Scott

Laura Scott is the Assistant Director, Public Service Careers. She advises JD and domestically-trained LLM students on government and public interest opportunities.  Most recently, Laura was a public service career advisor at the University of Michigan Law School, where she assisted law students in a similar capacity.  Laura began her legal career as a law clerk for the Honorable Paul Webber of the Superior Court of the District of Columbia and after her clerkship, she was hired as an Honors Attorney with the US Department of Justice Antitrust Division. During her tenure at the Antitrust Division, Laura served as a Special Assistant to the Directors of Operation and as a Special Assistant United States Attorney.  She also has experience as an associate attorney at two major law firms, and is a graduate of Howard University School of Law. 

Christian Tintle

Christian Tintle is the Senior Administrative Assistant in the Office of Career & Professional Development. He interacts with students, alumni, and employers on a daily basis, providing general information and assistance regarding office operations. He also supports the OCPD staff by helping to organize programs and managing internal and external communications. Prior to joining the law school, Christian worked as a Group Sales Associate at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. Christian is a native of Prince George's County, Maryland, and earned his B.A. in Media Studies from the Catholic University of America.

Office of Career & Professional Development • American University Washington College of Law
4801 Massachusetts Avenue, NW, Suite 122 Washington, DC 20016 • 202-274-4090 F: 202-274-4096