LeAnne Berlin works as an academic advisor in Hamline University’s Center for Academic Success and Achievement (CASA). LeAnne is a licensed school counselor and has a love and passion for helping students reach their potentials both academically and in their personal lives. With college being a formative time, she is committed to helping students along their journey in discovering who they are and how they will leave their mark on society. She also has a love for the outdoors and can be found hiking, camping, and kayaking on the weekends.
Before Hamline, LeAnne was serving as the Program Coordinator for the Prison Re-entry Entrepreneurial Program at the Darden School of Business at the University of Virginia where she coordinated business courses taught at 3 correctional facilities around the greater Charlottesville, VA area. Prior to that, LeAnne was an Outreach Mentor to 100+ high school seniors in the GEAR UP Program at West High School in Salt Lake City, Utah. She also served as a Peer Advisor in the academic advising department when she was an undergrad at Brigham Young University. She has a Bachelor of Arts in Human Development from Brigham Young University, and a Masters of Education with an emphasis in Professional School Counseling from Utah State University.