Meet A Deac Archive

Meet A Deac is a series of interviews with campus community members; these appear in the Daily Deac blog. We hope you enjoy getting to know some of the people that make Wake Forest such an extraordinary place.

Darren Aaron, Director of Finance and Operations, Health & Wellbeing; Associate Director, Student Health Service; and Advisor, Wake Forest Emergency Medical Services

Rebecca Alexander, Professor of Chemistry, Director of Wake Downtown, and Associate Dean for Research and Community Engagement

Sarra Alqahtani, Assistant Professor in the Department of Computer Science

Betsy Barre, Executive Director of the Center for the Advancement of Teaching

Zach Blackmon, Associate Director of Operations, Residence Life and Housing

JL Bolt, General Superintendent in the Construction Division of Facilities & Campus Services

Gail Bretan, Associate Chaplain for Jewish Life

Ashlee Canty, Inclusive Practice Manager, Office of Diversity and Inclusion

Stephanie Carter, Director of Residence Life, Residence Life and Housing

Samuel Cho, Associate Professor in the Departments of Physics and Computer Science

Elizabeth Clendinning, Associate Professor of Music and Director of Gamelan Giri

Brian Cohen, Assistant Director for Sustainability Engagement

Rachel Conway, Sports Psychologist, Athletics

Laura Denlinger, Tutor Coordinator, Center for Learning, Access, and Student Success (formerly Learning Assistance Center & Disability Services)

Gregory Deverson, Coordinator for Intramural Sports, Campus Recreation

Shannon Dubuisson, Executive Director of University Events

Jennifer Finkel, Acquavella Curator of Wake Forest’s Art Collections, Office of University Art Collections

Jackie Friedman, Associate Director of the Center for Learning, Access, and Student Success (formerly the Learning Assistance Center and Disability Services)

David Hagy, Teaching Professor and Orchestra Director, Music Department

Ashley Hawkins Parham, Wellbeing Program Manager, Office of Wellbeing

Suzanne Hawks, Disability and Learning Assistance Specialist, Center for Learning, Access, and Student Success (formerly Learning Assistance Center and Disability Services)

Ashley Heffner, Staff Psychologist, Center for Learning, Access, and Student Success (formerly Learning Assistance Center & Disability Services)

Steven Heffner, Staff Physician, Student Health Service

Kelia Hubbard, Director of the International Student & Scholar Services Office

Dana Hutchens, Senior Associate Director in Employer Relations, OPCD

Wei-chin Lee, Professor, Politics and International Affairs

Mary Beth Lock, Associate Dean, Z. Smith Reynolds Library

Dan Locklair, Composer-in-Residence and Professor of Music

Warrenetta Mann, Director, University Counseling Center

AJ Mazaris, Assistant Vice President for Equitable Policy, Office of Diversity and Inclusion, and Director, LGBTQ+ Center

Kim McGrath, Director, News and Communications, Communications and External Relations

Courtney Morris, First in the Forest Advisor for the Scholars Office

Dan Paredes, Interim Director, University Counseling Center

Jenna Radford, Program Coordinator for Wake Washington

James Raper (MAEd ’02), Assistant Vice President for Health & Wellbeing

K Monet Rice-Jalloh, Associate University Chaplain

Michael Shuman, Director of the Center for Learning, Access, and Student Success (formerly Learning Assistance Center and Disability Services)

Christina Soriano, Associate Professor of Dance in the Department of Theatre and Dance, and Vice Provost for the Arts and Interdisciplinary Initiatives

David Taylor, Assistant Dean for Global Study Away

Rosalind Tedford (’91, MA ’94), Director for Research and Instruction, ZSR Library

Marion Tuttle, X-Ray Tech/Clinical Specialist

Harriet Williams, Student Employment Program Administrator

Laurie D. Willis, Associate Director, News and Communications,  Communications and External Relations

Wendy Wooten, Assistant Director, Project Management, Facilities and Campus Services Department

Qiaona Yu, Assistant Professor of Chinese at the Department of East Asian Languages & Cultures

Ke Zhang-Reid, Associate Professor, Biology