Meet the Staff

Career & Wellness Counseling Library Staff

Chris Garcia, BS

Administrative Lead

Chris Garcia joined the CAPS Career Counseling team in 2011. He received his BS from St. Mary's College of California. His role at UHS includes connecting students with career-related resources and managing the personality and interest assessments. He enjoys sports, video games and graphic art. 
Kate Zuby

Kate Zuby, MS

Career Counseling Outreach Coordinator

Kate Zuby joined the CAPS Career Counseling team in 2018. She received her Master's degree in College Student Personnel Counseling in 2017 from San Francisco State University. Her role at UHS includes working with students, alumni, and community members to provide career exploration support for individuals struggling with career indecision.

Kate has over six years of experience working in various educational settings as an undergraduate advisor, program coordinator, and career counselor providing one-on-one assistance and resources to individuals seeking career services.

Career & Wellness Counseling Interns

Bradley Cameron, MA

Career Counseling Intern Bradley Cameron is a doctoral graduate student working on his PsyD in Clinical Psychology at the Wright Institute, where he also received his Master's in Psychology. Prior to attending graduate school for clinical psychology, Bradley was a middle school math teacher and received his MEd at Hunters College.

Bradley loves to travel and experience new countries and cultures through food. He enjoys watching/reading all things Marvel, Game of Thrones, and The Wire.

Ahuti Goyal

Ahuti (she/her/hers) is a career counseling and wellness intern attending the University Of San Francisco where she is working on her Master's degree in Marriage and Family Therapy. At USF, she is also a Graduate Research Assistant, where she focuses on multicultural-related topics and adoption, specifically focusing on Korean and Chinese adoptees being adopted by White families. She received her Bachelor's degree in Psychology and a minor in Anthropology at Santa Clara University. Ahuti's interests lie in Biracial folks, interracial couples, and international/multicultural-related research topics.

Ahuti loves to read, go for long walks and cuddle her guinea pig, Lola!

Iveth Lopez Obeso

Career Counseling Intern Iveth Lopez Obeso (She/Her/Ella) is a graduate student at San Francisco State University where she is working to earn her Master's degree in College and Career Counseling. Iveth earned her BA in Chicana/o/x Studies with a minor in Education from the University of California, Los Angeles, after completing a transfer from Folsom Lake Community College.

Iveth is passionate about closing the gaps that exist in student degree attainment, career advancement, and mental health. Iveth strives to acknowledge and uplift the unique needs and backgrounds of individuals and she works to help destigmatize the narrative of meeting with a counselor. Iveth's core belief is that mental health and peace in life, as in our academic and career endeavors, is our strength.

Iveth's favorite pastime is spending time with her family, and friends, and taking her dog on walks. She loves cooking, thrifting, and binge-watching her favorite shows. Her favorite dishes are her mother's fresh homemade tortillas, pozole, and Caldo de Carne. Iveth's favorite place to visit is San Francisco's Golden Gate Park.

Abigail Boggs-Moura

Abigail (they/she) is a Career and Wellness Counseling Intern as part of their last year of attendance at the University of San Francisco (USF) for Marriage and Family Therapy. As an alumnus of UC Berkeley, they received their Bachelor Arts in Sociology in 2014, after transferring from Peralta Community College.

As a local to Oakland, Abigail brings a deep commitment to social justice, community care, and working to lower barriers for marginalized folks to access mental health care. They have worked in the mental health care field and mission-driven organizations in the Bay and New York that have focused on access to housing for LGBTQ+ and gender expansive folks, advocacy, and research for reproductive rights for the past 8 years. They are excited to bring that experience and passion to the Berkeley Career and Wellness program. 

In their spare time, they enjoy watching and reading sci-fi, getting outdoors, spending time with close friends at farmers' markets, and going out to dinner at a new vegan restaurant.