Faculty

Full-Time Faculty

  • Jamye D. Cameron, MBA,CFSP 

    Director of Funeral Service Education, Full-Time Faculty
    (425) 739-8155 

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    Jamye D. Cameron, CFSP 

    Jamye D. Cameron is the Program Coordinator and a full-time instructor in the Funeral Service Education program at Lake Washington Institute of Technology. She has been a licensed funeral director and embalmer for 18 years; working primarily for her family-owned firm in Detroit, MI as the General Manager and Embalmer. Jamye taught Restorative Arts and Modeling at Wayne State University in Detroit, MI from 2006- 2015. She earned her Bachelor of Science- Mortuary Science Degree from Wayne State University in Detroit, MI, and a Master of Business Administration Degree from University of Phoenix- Southfield, MI campus. She is currently pursuing her EdD- Organizational Development Degree. Jamye is the 64th President of the National Funeral Directors and Morticians Association, Inc. (2013-2015).

     

Part-Time Faculty

  • Erin L. Wilcox

    Part-Time Faculty
    (425) 739-8385

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    Erin L. Wilcox

    Erin L. Wilcox is a part-time instructor in the Funeral Service Education department at Lake Washington Institute of Technology. She has been a licensed funeral director and embalmer for 10 years, during which time she has experience working in family-owned funeral homes, corporate-owned firms, and as a trade embalmer. Erin earned her Mortuary Science degree from Cypress College in Cypress, CA, a Bachelor of Arts degree from Hastings College in Hastings, NE, and a Master of Arts degree from the University of Nebraska in Lincoln, NE. She is currently pursuing her PhD.

     
  • Craig A. Emmick

    Part-Time Faculty
    (425) 739-8306

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    Craig A. Emmick

    Craig A. Emmick is a part-time instructor in the Funeral Service Education department at Lake Washington Institute of Technology. He has been a licensed funeral director and embalmer in the Seattle area for 30 years, working in Seattle's finest family-owned funeral homes. Craig is a past-president of the King County Funeral Directors Association, a member of the Danish Brotherhood in America, and the Lions Club of West Seattle. He is also a Notary for the State of Washington. Craig earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Physical Education with a minor in Biology from Washington State University, and an Associate of Arts degree in Funeral Service Education from Mt. Hood Community College in Gresham, OR. He has completed post-graduate work to obtain a teaching certificate, and is a lifetime substitute for the State of Washington. Craig is married and has two sons. His wife is a registered nurse (RN). His oldest son is a lawyer in the Washington D.C. area, and his younger son is a licensed funeral director and embalmer.

      
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