The Outreach Center

The Outreach Center staff is dedicating to supporting you through your entire journey, here at SU. We are committed to assisting you with any academically, professionally, and personally. Let us know what we can do to best support you! 

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Margaret and Frankie

Certified therapy dog

Project Canine Certified therapy trainer

Margaret and Frankie became a certified therapy dog team in 2016. In addition to working with SU’s Veterans/dependents and First Generation students, they serve the elderly with dementia and women recovering from eating disorders.  Margaret and her husband live with Frankie in Seattle’s Belltown neighborhood. They enjoy long summer days and walks near Elliot Bay. 


Project Canine is a Seattle-based non-profit offering therapy dog education, certification and outreach. Mission: Caring volunteers facilitating compassionate healing, learning and connection through certified therapy animals. More info:

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Gretchenrae Campera


Assistant Director, Student Success and Outreach

Phone: 206-296-2589

Building/Room: PAVL 150

Pronouns: she/her/hers

Gretchenrae Campera is a city girl from Seattle, WA. She received her bachelor's degree from Seattle University in Psychology and her Master's degree in Interdisciplinary Studies from the University of Vermont. Gretchenrae's professional interests include identity development, inclusion & equity, and the first-generation college experience. When not at work, Gretchenrae enjoys arts & crafts, eating her way through the Pacific Northwest, and outdoor adventures with her wife.

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Georiga Pirie

Bachelor of Arts in Environmental Ethics & Policy

Graduate Assistant for Student Veterans Outreach and Support

Phone: 206-296-2269

Building/Room: STCN 110

Pronouns: she/her/hers

Georgia Pirie was born and raised in Hilo, Hawaii. She received her Bachelor of Arts in Environmental Ethics & Policy from the University of Portland. Georgia Pirie is now a first-year graduate student at Seattle University studying Student Development Administration. In her current position in The Outreach Center, Georgia helps support student-veterans through her advising of peer mentors and facilitating welcoming and inclusive programming. When she isn’t studying or supporting student-veterans, Georgia enjoys going to the movies, exploring Seattle, and trying to find her Burt’s Bees lip balm.