Meet Your Staff
Jamie S. Doming
Jamie is the Executive Director of the Licensed Professional Counselors Board of Examiners. She is responsible for overseeing the administrative work of the Board staff. On a day to day basis, her key duties include accounting and budgeting, communication, state reports, and confidential licensee matters. As a native of Slidell, Louisiana, she has lived on both the east and west coasts of the United States. She holds an M.B.A. with a concentration in finance from the University of New Orleans and a B.S. in Business from Louisiana State University where she earned a full tuition scholarship. While there she served the community through her sorority, her professional business fraternity as the organization’s treasurer, and spent time as a collegiate athlete. She has worked in previous roles to serve her community as the Director of Programs for the largest educational non-profit in the world and on the Board of Directors for Sunrise Rotary of Baton Rouge. Named the “Volunteer of the Year” in 2005 by the College of Business Executive Council of the University of New Orleans she enjoys giving back to her community. She relaxes by spending time with her husband and three children.
Raelene M. Lundin
Raelene is an experience credential analyst and employee who has been with the Board since 2011. As the board's Credentialing Specialist, Raelene ensures that applications are processed seamlessly through every step of the way. She also works closely with the Licensure Committee of the Board to review applications and interpret board rules and laws, as she has a wealth of knowledge regarding the historical changes made through board members and legislation.
A 2009 graduate of the University of Northern Colorado, Raelene received her B.A. in Psychology. Shortly after graduating, she moved to Baton Rouge where she met and married her husband of 5 years. She now has two beautiful daughters who keep her very active.
Victoria is a Data Entry Assistant at the LPC Board. She was born and raised in the small town of Cecilia, Louisiana. She graduated from the University of Louisiana at Lafayette a semester early with a degree in English and a minor in French. She now resides in Baton Rouge with her cat and two dogs. Currently she is attending LSU's graduate school for social work. Outside of work, she enjoys reading, going to the dog park, and hanging out with friends,
Since May of 2015, Nick has worked as an Administrative Assistant at the LPC Board. He believes this to be a great opportunity to work with LPC’s and LMFT’s and to get a glimpse inside the profession. Raised in North Carolina, he moved to Louisiana in 2013 to attend school at LSU majoring in Biology. After some degree changes, he is now finishing up a degree in chemistry at Southeastern Louisiana University with hopes to become a science teacher. Outside of work he enjoys old music, instruments, and hockey.
Imari is a Data Entry Assistant at the LPC Board. Her duties include processing verifications and helping with other various projects and tasks around the office. She enjoys working for the board because of her interest in counseling and psychology. She is working towards an associates degree in paralegal studies at Baton Rouge Community College, and plans to further her education afterwards to get a PhD in forensic psychology. Born and raised in Baton Rouge, she lives with her girlfriend and two cats, Pounce and Kit. Her hobbies include writing, singing, cooking and chasing after her fur babies.
Michelle joined the staff at the Louisiana LPC Board as an Administrative Assistant in August 2019. Passionate about many fields, she will be graduating from LSU in December 2019 with a Bachelor of Interdisciplinary Studies in Psychology, Communication Studies, and Business Administration. Born and raised in the Baton Rouge area, Michelle is eager to learn more about the community she has grown up in and serve its people well. Outside of work and school, she enjoys spending time outside, learning about new and intriguing subjects in order to expand her perspective, and volunteering in her church and community. Michelle is very grateful for the opportunity to learn from her coworkers and the LPC Board on how to serve her community well.