College of Education Staff

Diana Watkins

Associate Director of Graduate & Professional Admissions   503-352-1435 or 877-722-8648

As an Associate Director of Graduate and Professional Admissions, Diana Watkins leads the College of Education graduate admissions team for the Forest Grove, Eugene, and Woodburn campuses. She is passionate about education and enjoys working with future educators and Pacific’s faculty.
Jennifer Bridgewater

Student Services/Field Placement Manager (Forest Grove)

Jennifer is a lifelong learner and is currently a student at Pacific University. Jennifer previously worked with Beaverton School District as the Administrative Assistant to the Deputy Superintendent of Operations and Support Services and to the Chief Financial Officer. She joined Pacific University's Forest Grove campus in October 2010 and serves as the Student Services/Field Placement Manager.

Jesse Everett

Education Technology Specialist

Jesse is a Eugene native and a Pacific Alumnus. After graduating from the MAT 5th Year Program in 2004, he served as a science and technology teacher at a local middle school before returning to Pacific in 2006. As an Education Technology Specialist, he is responsible for hardware and software setup, equipment checkout, Pacific account administration, and website maintenance. Jesse also provides support for videoconferencing, antivirus and system updates, and student laptops.

Shelly Knight

Student Services Coordinator and Office Manager (Eugene)

Shelly is a graduate of Johnson State College, Johnson, Vermont earning a Bachelors of Arts Degree in Liberal Studies. Some of Shelly's responsibilities include administrative functions for the Eugene campus, including student registration, maintaining student files, transcript evaluation and student schedules. In addition, she acts as liaison between the Forest Grove campus and the Lane County office for registration issues and student account information.
Shelley Jorgensen

Manager of Administrative Services, Early Learning Community

Shelley works in an administrative support and assistant teacher capacity throughout the Early Learning Community, and teaches a school-wide music program, leading the children in song, instrument play, and movement activities.