Kyle Clark, M.Ed.
Kyle manages all aspects of the ULN program, including leading a team of highly motivated professionals who work in service to students and their success to graduation and beyond. Kyle returned to ULN after spending a year leading new student orientation, first-year experience initiatives, and family engagement at St. Edward’s University. Kyle has spent nearly 20 years at UT, with experience in residence life, orientation, and student success. Kyle earned a bachelor’s degree in psychology with a certificate in African and African-American studies from Oklahoma State University and a master’s degree in higher education administration from UT.
Veronica Heiskell, M.A.
Senior Placement Representative
Veronica has worked in a variety of student affairs positions, including diversity centers, housing, advising, and career counseling. She most recently worked for nearly five years here at UT helping undecided and exploratory students as a career counselor, teaching a career course, and coordinating the graduate practicum program. She is excited to help ULN students find meaningful experiential learning opportunities and to collaborate with many on- and off-campus partners. Veronica received her Bachelor of Arts from UCLA in psychology with a minor in LGBT studies and her Master of Arts from Cal Poly San Luis Obispo in Counseling and Guidance in Higher Education. She currently is pursuing her Ph.D. in Higher Education Leadership at UT.
Adrian Clark, M.Ed.
Texas '23 Coordinator
Adrian has experience in academic advising at both the graduate and undergraduate levels, career exploration advising and internship coaching, mentoring, and developing student programming. Adrian earned their Bachelor of Science in Sociology at Illinois State University and completed their Master of Education with a focus on human relations at Plymouth State University.
Reyna Flores, M.Ed.
Texas '24 Coordinator
Reyna has experience coordinating and developing student programs to promote student success, specifically with underrepresented and underserved groups of students. Reyna earned a bachelor’s degree in psychology from St. Edward’s University and a master’s degree in higher education from Texas State University.