Meet Our Team

Students can contact members of the WRC team Monday through Friday from 8:30am-5:00pm. We are located on the second floor of the Howard Gittis Student Center on Main Campus. 

Phone: 215-204-8436
This email account is not protected or private - please do not share confidential or sensitive information. Messages are montiored only during business hours - Monday-Friday 8:30am-5:00pm. If you are in need of resources beyond this time, please review digital or online resources (listed at the bottom of the Wellness Consultation page).

Amanda Bule, M.Ed & MPA

Amanda serves as Assistant Director at the Wellness Resource Center. Her work focuses on supporting office operations, leading the WRC's peer education program, and ensuring students have access to the tools they need to make informed decisions in the context of their lives. She earned her Master's of Education degree in Human Sexuality, as well as her Master's of Public Administration degree in Public Policy from Widener University. Amanda has extensive experience in the sexual and reproductive health and rights space, with a background in patient education and comprehensive sex education advocacy. She practices self-care by doing yoga, experimenting with new recipes, and exploring the outdoors around Philadelphia. 

You can reach Amanda at 

Pronouns: She/Her/Hers

Thomas Duliban, B.A., A.A.

Tom serves as Graduate Extern for the Wellness Resource Center. His work focuses on developing and implementing programming for students on topics of holistic health and well-being. Tom is currently pursuing a master's degree in social work (MSW) with a clinical concentration at Temple University, here he is able to pursue his passion for supporting individuals with mental health challenges. He has 3+ years of experience supporting and coaching individuals with disabilities in academic, social, and professional settings. In his free time, Tom engages in self-care by traveling, playing video games, making videos, and spending quality time with his family and pets.

You can reach Tom at

Pronouns: He/Him/His

Lydia Rae Lynes, MSW

Lydia serves as Mental Well-Being Program Coordinator has been working with young advocates for almost a decade. Lydia is a PROUD Temple Owl, earning both her BSW and MSW on-campus. She loves working directly with student leaders, raising awareness for mental health and helping folks find the resources that best fit each individual's path of recovery. She has worked with college-aged survivors of sexual/domestic violence and has worked locally and nationally to enact supportive policy reform. In 2022, Lydia was the recipient of the Pennsylvania Governor's Victim Service Pathfinder Award in the category Individual Prevention Education Outreach. When not in the office, Lydia enjoys frequenting her local library, watching horror movies & playing with her two baby kittens!

You can reach Lydia at

Pronouns: She/Her/Hers


Jasmine Oyefusi, B.A.

Jasmine serves as the Events & Communications Specialist at the Wellness Resource Center. Her work focuses on promoting the office’s various programs and resources around Temple’s campus. Jasmine is a communications professional and graduate of Temple University, where she earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Communication Studies. She has a wealth of experience in social media marketing, strategy, and research. In addition to her professional pursuits, Jasmine is a former HEART Peer Educator and is passionate about helping others succeed. She believes in taking care of her well-being by prioritizing mindful movement and spending quality time with loved ones.

You can reach Jasmine at
Media inquiries can also go to

Pronouns: She/Her/Hers

Liz Zadnik, M.A.

Liz serves as Director at the Wellness Resource Center.   Her work focuses on supporting a happy, well, and safer campus community.  She earned her undergraduate degree at Temple University and her masters in community psychology and social change at Penn State University.  Liz has spent the past 15 years working with communities and organizations focused on serving survivors of interpersonal violence and preventing harm.  To stay well, she practices yoga, listens to podcasts, and explores new walking trails with her dog. 

You can reach Liz at

Pronouns: She/Her/Hers