Please welcome Nathan Follett as our new Associate Director of Loans and Student Finance.
In December 2021, I graduated with my MBA in Finance from Southern Adventist University. While this will be my first full-time job in finance, I have tutored for accounting classes and have a passion for helping people navigate and understand finance so they can better reach their goals. In May of 2020, I graduated with a B.A. in Outward Pursuits from Burman University, which is a degree that melds leadership, education, and the outdoors.
I was born in Yakima, WA, but moved to Tennessee soon after where I lived for ten years before moving to Lincoln, NE where my parents live now. In August I married my best friend Bayli! We love backpacking and are enjoying life in our College Place apartment. In addition, I have two sisters, Jannah (a junior here at WWU), and Malayshia, and one brother-in-law, Caidyn, who is also a WWU student. My parents are Kalvin and Kristine Follett and many of you may know Bayli's parents, Jim and Carmelle Boyd. I enjoy just about anything outdoors, playing sports, designing tiny houses and backpacking gear, and spending time with family and friends!
I look forward to working with an excellent team and beginning my career of serving people financially.
Please congratulate Danielle Setniker as our new Student Development Coordinator.
I am a proud 2021 graduate from Walla Walla University, where I majored in English and minored in business. Before taking this position, I worked in the Student Development Center as a peer writing tutor for several years during college, where I gained valuable experience working with students and a passion for the work of tutoring.
My family hails from Snohomish, Washington, so I've lived in the Pacific Northwest most of my life. In my free time, I enjoy reading, baking, painting, spending time outdoors, and spoiling my cat, Pecan.
I'm really looking forward to working with the SDC to grow awareness about our services so more students can get the help they need. As a recent graduate, I'm thrilled to be back on campus and hope to bring a helpful awareness of current challenges students face.