- BS in Recreation Administration, California Polytechnic State University
A graduate of Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo, Will has been working in the Student Affairs department at Sierra Nevada College since 2005 and have served as the Advisor to SGA since 2006. He has held positions as the Residence Hall Manager, Student Activities Coordinator/Director, Outdoor Programs Director and most recently, Dean of Students.
Will loves working with students and living in Lake Tahoe! His favorite sports are whitewater rafting, rock climbing and kayaking, which he also teaches at the college as an adjunct professor for the physical education department.
Robin Holman is an active business executive with over 30 years of profit and loss responsibility, principally in corporate real estate management. As her commitment to community service, she is an experienced working director of not for profit boards. She currently volunteers as the Vice President of Development for Lake Tahoe SummerFest. Her past director experience includes Volunteers of America, Breaking Free, Beyond Your Best, Holman Family Philanthropies and Deep Roots Sanctuary, Inc.
She has entrepreneurial and executive experience in business development, commercial property, advertising and distribution. She was recognized as top Real Estate Professional and founded a successful property management company. As President and General Manager of Sandlian Management, Inc. for over a decade, she was responsible for a 500% profitable increase in assets owned and managed. Her clients have included numerous Fortune 500 Companies.
Robin holds a Masters Degree in Executive and Leadership Coaching. She has led seminars for both executives and employees to facilitate team building, improve communication and inspire executive performance. She resides in Incline Village, NV where she is active in promoting culture and the arts.
- BA, Humboldt State University
- MA, Grand Canyon University, Arizona
Heather Honig began teaching at Sierra Nevada in spring, 2009. She graduated from Grand Canyon University with a MA in Curriculum and Instruction in Technology. Prior to receiving her MA, Ms. Honig earned a BA in Education with a TESL minor. In her 13 years of teaching, she has taught elementary and middle school in both California and Nevada. Each of these experiences has allowed her to teach many diverse language learners. Ms. Honig is currently teaching middle school science courses in Las Vegas.