Kevin Pischke, WJU Library Director


Dean, Academic Support & Resources

  • M.S. Library Science (2005) University of North Texas
  • M.A. Christian Education (2004) Dallas Theological Seminary
  • B.S. Biblical Studies/Historical Studies (1999) Multnomah University

Kevin and his wife Dena live in Roseville, CA with their four children: Cooper, Paige, Zeke, and Fisher. Kevin was the first history major to graduate from Multnomah in 1999. He went on to pursue further education at Dallas Theological Seminary and University of North Texas.

Kevin currently serves as the Library Director & Director of the Learning Commons at WJU, where he loves working with college students to achieve their educational goals. In his spare time, Kevin enjoys coaching his children’s soccer teams, fishing, and watching Dr. Who.

For someone looking for a fun read, Kevin recommends C. S. Lewis's The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe.


Kacey Bullock, Electronic Resources Librarian


Electronic Resources Librarian   

  • M.L.I.S. (2015) San Jose State University
  • B.A. English (2013) William Jessup University

Kacey grew up in Pittsburg, CA and moved to Placer County to attend William Jessup University. After graduating in 2013, Kacey began working on her master's degree in Library and Information Science and graduated with an emphasis in Emerging Technologies in 2015. Kacey specializes in literature and information science.

Kacey loves the atmosphere of learning that the library fosters and believes that libraries are the perfect place to learn, create, and collaborate.

Kacey highly recommends the comic book series Ms. Marvel by G. Willow Wilson. She also recommends The Color of Water by James McBride.


Rosamond Kania, Library & Academic Technology Assistant


Library & Academic Technology Assistant 

  • B.A. English (2016) William Jessup University
  • Rose is from Amador County, CA, eventually relocating to Rocklin to attend William Jessup University with odd years of commuting between the two. Rose graduated WJU in 2016 after three years of involvement with the Lahav Research Project, affiliated with Emory University.

    Rose worked in William Jessup's library for two years as a student worker, and she could not be happier to have been hired back as staff. She loves the community of learning that the library fosters, and she is passionate about stories of every kind. Rose enjoys oranges, playing drums, and travelling whenever she can afford it. In her spare time she will be found outdoors.

    For a good read, Rose specifically recommends The Brothers Karamazov, the Harry Potter series, Shakespeare's plays, The Little Prince, and the genre of confessional poetry.


    Michael Kares, Access Services Coordinator


    Access Services Coordinator 

    • M.A. New Testament Language and Literature (2013) Biola University
    • B.A. Pastoral Ministry and Biblical Studies (2010) William Jessup University

    Michael was born in Northern California, but spent several years on the Oregon Coast--next to the dunes that inspired the Frank Herbert’s classic of the same name. He returned home to Northern California during high school, and attended William Jessup University from 2006 to 2010 for his B.A. Not one for breaks, he began work on his M.A. at Biola University, graduating in 2013.

    Michael worked in libraries all throughout school, where he found he loves organizing, answering questions, finding his next book to read, and volunteering. When he is not doing any of these, he loves to sit down and watch superhero movies and T.V. shows (though he has never read the comics).

    Michael suggests everyone read Crime and Punishment by Fyodor Dostoyevsky. He says it is dark, a bit twisted, and a great redemption story.


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