Iskedar is Regional Director, directly overseeing career services in WOU’s Montgomery, Baltimore, and Annapolis markets. She plans and directs the activities of her team in carrying out their functions of developing referrals from a variety of sources, developing placement sites, and ensuring delivery of quality services to all customers.
Prior to joining WOU, Iskedar held positions at a non-profit organization that focuses on children’s advocacy, legislative reform, and access/visitation services and at an organization that fosters academic and career development through technology skills training for youth and adults in the community. Iskedar joined WOU in 2010 as a Career Resource Specialist, was promoted to Team Lead in 2011, then to Director in 2013, and finally into her current role as Regional Director in 2016.
Iskedar graduated from the University of Maryland with a Bachelor of Science in Family Science and is certified in behavioral principles and strategies, autistic spectrum disorders, and CPR/first aid. In addition, she is a Certified Employment Support Specialist. Outside of WOU, Iskedar feeds her love of travel with adventures around the globe, including her favorite destinations of Egypt, Maldives, and Spain. When at home, she enjoys cooking, entertaining, and completing DIY projects around her house.
Salsi is Director of Career Services, responsible for overseeing and managing WOU’s offices in the Prince George County of Maryland, District of Columbia, and Northern Virginia. She also administers services to referrals from area governmental agencies and schools and manages supported employment, community learning and employment discovery services for DDA, VR and PGPS populations.
After joining WOU in 2008 as a Career Resource Specialist, Salsi was promoted to Team Leader in 2009 and again promoted to her current role as Director in January of 2011. A graduate of Lindsey Wilson College in Kentucky, she earned a B.A. in human services and counseling. She has received additional training in behavioral principles and strategies, as well as autistic spectrum disorders. She is also a certified Mandt instructor.
A true people person, Salsi enjoys working at WOU as it affords her the opportunity to not only help people, but learn from them, too. When she’s away from the office, she spends time with her son and fiancé, travels with a large group of friends and family, and rides her bicycle.