Date12th (Tuesday)
Duration55 minutes
PlatformZoom (will share later)

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Covid-19 has changed career settings in many ways. The importance of digital alternatives is on the rise. But what exactly has changed? Spanning half the globe, our virtual panel will explore the changes that has occurred within career services, identifying the systemic inequities in accessing virtual career experiences, framing the opportunities for growth, and expanding perspectives in how we should continue to support our students and ourselves to be successful in the job market. Join us to reflect on career support post Covid-19 from different lenses.


  • Alicia Ch’ng University of Nottingham Malaysia (UNM)
  • Dr Munita Dunn-Coetzee University of the Free State (UFS)
  • Karla A. Fraser Roseapple Global, LLC
  • Sean M. Schofield Muhlenberg College
Alicia Ch’ng graduated from the University of Nottingham Malaysia (UNM) with a Master of Business Administration. She serves as the Head of Careers Advisory Service at UNM, where under her supervision, the Career Advisory Service at UNM won the Best Career Centre of the Year 2019 (Private University), GradMalaysia’s Graduate Recruitment Awards. She and her team believe in instilling the centre’s value statement – Do what you love, love what you do – in the students through career development processes and job search activities.
She is an experienced certified career development facilitator with more than 20 years of experience in the education industry under her belt. Additionally, she is certified in Strong Interest Inventory (SII), Train the Trainer (TTT) in addition to being an NCDA Career Development Facilitator and an active member of the National Career Development Association (NCDA), National Association of Colleges and the Employers (NACE) and the Association of Graduate Careers Advisory Services (AGCAS). Currently, Alicia is also the Executive Committee of National Career Development Centre Association (NACDA), serving as Financial Director, past Co-Leader of Membership Care Committee in 2020/2021
Dr Munita Dunn-Coetzee started on 1 December 2021 as the Director of Student Counselling and Development (SCD), University of the Free State (UFS), South Africa. She worked in student communities as well as student counselling at Stellenbosch University (SU) for eleven years prior to moving to the Free State. She is a registered Counselling Psychologist and obtained her Masters’ Degree in Counselling Psychology Cum Laude at SU in 2001. She has completed her doctoral degree, DDiac in Play Therapy, in 2004 at the University of South Africa. Dr Dunn-Coetzee has proven managerial experience in a Higher Education context for the past fifteen years within the Division of Student Affairs, providing her with extensive knowledge of student affairs matters.
As she is fond of research and studying, she obtained an MPhil in Higher Education Cum Laude during 2013 – the focus being social change within Higher Education. She has published nationally and internationally and has presented at several national and international conferences.
Ms. Karla A. Fraser is a higher education professional, international higher education consultant, expat career strategist, current expat, global educator, & entrepreneur. She is also the founder of Roseapple Global, LLC, an expat career coaching and higher education consulting company. Through expatriate (expat) life, Karla has sought to merge her passion for global adventures with her international affairs background. Her professional career includes 20 years in higher education administration; 10 have been international. Her expertise includes student housing management, student services, human resource allocation, staff recruitment and placement, budgeting, and technology implementation.
Her story to date includes being a third culture kid (TCK) in Jamaica. She has worked in seven countries and traveled to 50 others for tourism and cultural enrichment, and now consulting remotely from the Dominican Republic. Karla expanded her portfolio by becoming an entrepreneur by establishing Roseapple Global, LLC. She graduated from the University of North Dakota and Ohio University, and is currently serving as Student Affairs Consultant with IES Abroad, Chicago.
Sean M. Schofield (he/him/his) has been a career practitioner for 12 years, working at three different American colleges and universities. Currently serving as Executive Director of Career Services for Muhlenberg College in Allentown, PA, Sean is responsible for the overall strategy and operations of Muhlenberg’s career center, as well as collaboration with faculty and staff across campus to engage in integrative learning opportunities to elevate career readiness. Sean recently defended his doctoral dissertation titled: Leading in Crisis: College and University Presidents’ Reflections on Their Response to COVID-19, and his research interests include crisis leadership and feminism in industry.
In addition to his Ph.D. from William & Mary, Sean has earned an M.A. in Counseling and a B.A. in Family Science, both from Montclair State University in New Jersey.