Coordinator of Graduate Academic Services
Terrie is a talented and enthusiastic administrative professional with over seventeen years of experience working in higher education. She touts her uncompromising commitment to "quality" customer service as one of her finest attributes.
As Coordinator of Graduate Academic Services, Terrie serves as the administrative support for the Office of the Senior Vice Provost for Academic Administration and Dean of Graduate Studies. She is often the first point of contact between the Graduate Studies office and the Office of the Provost, deans of the various schools, department chairs, administrative assistants, various University offices and their staffs, including Human Resources, the Office of Graduate Admission, Enrollment Services, Enrollment Management, and Student Financial Assistance, and with graduate students across the 12 schools.
Senior Graduate Recruiter
Sykeem Lewis joined the Office of Graduate Studies in April 2019 after working for the School of Arts and Sciences. He is originally from Randallstown, Maryland, but is now a fellow Washingtonian. He is a double alum of Catholic University, graduating in 2014 with his B.A. in Politics and again, in 2019 with his M.S. in Management. He began working as an Academic Advisor for The Community College of Baltimore County in Owings Mills, Maryland. In 2016, he returned to Catholic University to work as a Graduate Admissions Coordinator.
Sykeem is currently the Senior Graduate Recruiter for the University. He serves as the lead person for all graduate recruitment and marketing initiatives. In his spare time, he enjoys running, baking, and doing fun activities with his family.
Nikkole comes to the Office of Graduate Studies after three years of working at the School of Theology and Religious Studies. She began at Catholic University in 2014 with the Columbus School of Law. She was born and raised in Washington, D.C. She received her Bachelors in Social Work from California State University, Sacramento, and completed her Masters in Public Administration at Ashford University. Nikkole is currently pursuing coursework for a Masters of Social Work in hopes of one day entering the social service field. When Nikkole is not in the office, she is actively working in ministry. She serves as a Sunday School Teacher for kids ages 7-12 and Director of the Drama Ministry at her church.
Nikkole is a resource for prospective students from inquiry to matriculation, and is a point of contact for faculty and staff for admission related questions.