Ross Anderson was born and raised in Spokane, Washington. He attended Washington State University where he graduated with a degree in Psychology. After graduating he became a program manager for a residential treatment center that treated children with behavioral and emotional problems. After working for three years, Ross decided he needed to know more about helping people and went back to school. Ross earned a Masters degree in community counseling from Gonzaga University. He then worked as the family therapist for a partial hospitalization program, treating children who suffered from mental illness and/or behavioral problems. His desire to help people is the reason he is pursuing a career in law. Outside of law school, Ross enjoys traveling in the summer and snow skiing in the winter.
Tim Schermetzler came to Gonzaga from Wisconsin. He attended the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee where he graduated with a degree in Economics. Prior to beginning law school, he worked for six years in youth service and law enforcement non-profits in Milwaukee, WI. He is committed to Service Leadership and aspires to pursue a career in government and public service. Outside of law school, Tim enjoys all outdoor recreational activities, triathlons, and his two yellow labs.
Tyler Rube was born and raised in Phoenix, Arizona and enlisted in the US Air Force at the age of 17. After a few years in the Air Force, Tyler was accepted into the US Air Force Academy and subsequently graduated as Class President in 2007. Following graduation, Tyler worked as a Special Agent for the Air Force Office of Special Investigations where he conducted felony level criminal and counterintelligence investigations. Through the course of his active duty time in the Air Force, Tyler deployed to Afghanistan on two separate occasions; one of which led to his awarding of the Bronze Star for meritorious service. Tyler's experiences as a Federal Agent shaped his desire to attend law school and obtain a legal education. In his free time, Tyler spends as much time as possible on the golf course.
John Malek is a Captain in the U.S. Air Force, and will serve as a Judge Advocate after earning his J.D.. John earned his B.A. in Political Science from the University of Portland in 2008 before starting his Air Force career as a missile launch officer. He later earned his M.P.A. at the University of Montana in 2012 and a graduate-level certificate in Nuclear Weapons Effects, Policy and Proliferation from the Air Force Institute of Technology in 2013. His last assignment before attending law school was as a teacher at Squadron Officer School, one of the Air Force’s biggest leadership schools. John is blessed with raising three awesome boys with a wonderful wife and hails from Post Falls, Idaho. In his spare time, John is a bladesmith and he also enjoys the outdoors, reading and martial arts.
Margeaux is a Spokane native who grew up enjoying team sports and outdoor activities. She graduated from the University of Washington with a degree in Law, Societies and Justice and a minor in Human Rights and Diversity. For the next two years, Margeaux traveled as a nationwide consultant, mainly focused in the South and on the East Coast. Margeaux’s decision to come to Gonzaga was influenced by the school’s reputation, the proximity to her parents and the joy of all 4 seasons. In her free time Margeaux enjoys crafting and yoga.
Kevin “Kevo” Carroll hails from the hilly city of Tacoma. He came to Gonzaga and studied criminal justice and psychology while minoring in communications and English. During undergrad he served in several roles as parliamentarian, and couldn’t stop now. He thought learning was fun and thus decided to stay for another three years at the law school. While he is not a father (or married for that matter), he enjoys annoying friends with dad jokes. While not slaving away, he practices Goju-Ryu Karate, attempts to golf, and thinks he is a cyclist. He also has luscious locks of flowing red hair.
Anna Timberlake was born and raised in Seattle, Washington. She attended the University of Redlands in Southern California, where she majored in International Relations and minored in Sociology and Anthropology. Her desire to make a difference through social justice work is what brought her to Gonzaga, and she is especially interested in international work. Outside of the classroom, she loves nature, traveling, hiking, yoga, and all kinds of sports, especially soccer, lacrosse, basketball, and rugby. She also loves eating food.
Registration is open for the 7th annual Domestic Violence Symposium that is held in Seattle every September. This two-day training event will happen Sept. 10 & 11, 2015 (just after Gonzaga’s fall classes resume) and is designed for prosecution, law enforcement, civil and family law attorneys, advocates, judges, law students and others responding to gender-based/domestic […]