The University of Guam is pleased to announce the following new administrators:
• Lawrence F. Camacho
Dean, Enrollment Management & Student Services
Lawrence F. Camacho has joined the University of Guam as the dean of Enrollment Management & Student Success. He is a retired U.S. Army lieutenant colonel with more than 21 years of active duty service. He comes to UOG from Drexel University in Philadelphia, where he taught military science and leadership, served as the chairman of the Military Science Department, and was responsible for the recruitment, enrollment, instruction, and leader development of more than 100 ROTC cadets.
Camacho holds a 1997 bachelor’s in public administration from UOG, a 2007 master’s in leadership and liberal studies from Duquesne University in Pennsylvania, a 2009 master’s in military arts and science from the U.S. Army Command & General Staff College in Kansas, and a 2018 master’s in higher education administration from the University of Louisville in Kentucky. He is working toward his doctorate in educational leadership and management with a concentration in higher education from Drexel University.
• Rachael T. Leon Guerrero
Director, Research & Sponsored Programs
Rachael T. Leon Guerrero now heads the Office of Research & Sponsored Programs following several months as interim director of the office and three and a half years as associate director of the Western Pacific Tropical Research Center. In her new capacity, she will collaborate with the University’s research centers on research agendas that support UOG’s mission of engagement.
Leon Guerrero has been with UOG for 20 years, the majority of that time as a professor of nutrition in the College of Natural & Applied Sciences. She is the principal investigator of the U54 Cancer Research Partnership Grant and co-investigator of the Pacific Islands Cohort on Cardiometabolic Health Study. She holds a 1989 bachelor’s in biology from UOG, a 1992 master’s in nutrition from the University of Hawaii at Manoa, and a 1998 doctorate in nutrition from Colorado State University.
• Monique C. Storie
Dean, University Libraries
Monique C. Storie has been named the dean of University Libraries, overseeing the daily operations of the Richard F. Taitano Micronesian Area Research Center, the RFK Memorial Library, University of Guam Press, and the building of the Guam Cultural Repository. She has been serving as interim dean, following her stints as director of MARC and interim director of the RFK Memorial Library.
Storie holds a bachelor’s in Spanish from Arizona State University, a master’s in library science, and a doctorate in language reading and culture, the latter two from the University of Arizona. (PR)