Kyselka an academic professional in the Polytechnic School/Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering. In her 25+ years at Arizona State University, Kyselka has worked in college administration in the areas of student services, community outreach, university advancement, continuing education and distance learning. Her teaching experience includes the first-year seminar, ethics and communication courses in both online and classroom formats. She currently serves as Secretary of the Academic Assembly and University Senate as well as the Chair of the University Senate Committee on Committees. Kyselka is the Vice-President of Communications for the ASU Faculty Women of Color Caucus, an independent gathering of faculty women that promotes discussion, networking, collaboration and education around issues of inclusion and diversity.
Kyselka’s expertise is in retention and recruitment of diverse students; academic transition; outreach strategies for community engagement; constituent relations; faculty governance and online learning innovation. She has mentored several college students and working professionals throughout her career. She has presented workshops and keynotes for student audiences and academic conferences. Prior to joining the university, she worked in radio, television and newspapers for a decade.
She is active in the community, having served on boards and organizations including the Chandler, Gilbert and Phoenix educational access governing boards, ASU Alumni Association, National Speakers Association and several others. She is a Fellow in the Flinn-Brown Civic Leadership Academy, Valley Leadership Alum (Class 29) as well as an Arizona Education Policy Fellow.
Kyselka earned her Master of Public Administration (MPA) and Bachelor of Science in communications from Arizona State University. She is an Arizona native, originally from northeastern Arizona.