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AllisonFleetAllison Fleet joins GSW as the Registrar Support Specialist/ Transfer Coordinator. She is a native of Albany, Georgia, and currently resides there. Allison is a 2015 graduate of Georgia Southern University with a Bachelor of Business Administration in Human Resource Management. Currently, she is enrolled in the M.Ed. Higher Education Administration program at Georgia Southern University. She began her career in higher education as a student assistant in Georgia Southern University’s Admissions Office for four years. After she graduated, Allison worked as a Financial Aid counselor in GSU’s Financial Aid office. Over the years, she has developed a deep love for the field of higher education because of the field’s complexity and she looks forward to working with GSW's students, staff and faculty.  

 

BenjaminMeador

Benjamin Meador joins GSW as an assistant professor of exercise science in the School of Education. After a bachelor's in rhetoric, Dr. Meador completed his Ph.D. at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, in 2010, specializing in striated muscle pathology. Before coming to GSW, he was the developer and co-founder of a dietetics technology startup and a research analyst with Abbott Nutrition R&D. He is generally geeky and happy to talk shop with anyone about anything.

 

 

 

MatthewHarperMatthew Harper was just hired as the new RCI REACH Caregiver Coach under a grant at Phoebe Sumter Medical Center in collaboration with the Rosalynn Carter Institute. Matthew is from Orlando Florida, and moved to Georgia when he was younger with his family after his father was given orders for Ft. Benning. Matthew's mother is from Germany, and while he is not as fluent in this area as he would like, German was actually his first language. Matthew has dedicated most of his time working in the HIV prevention and education field as an early intervention specialist. He has received several certifications including being able to administer HIV and HEP c tests, as well as suicide and crisis intervention and prevention. He serves as a volunteer for the GREATER THAN AIDS organization doing community outreach, spreading awareness, and providing education to the community. Matthew studied and continues his education in applied sociology as he feels it keeps his mind open and passionate about helping others. He has put down the torch for HIV prevention and education and picked up the torch for caregivers to assist in their journey as they help their loved ones who are suffering from dementia. He is passionate in this field after seeing the strain the disease put on his family after his grandfather was diagnosed years ago. In his spare time, Matthew enjoys white water rafting, hiking , swimming and spending quality time with his family.

SchielohWolfeSchieloh Wolfe was just hired at the Rosalynn Carter Institute for Caregiving (RCI) as the Training and Implementation Specialist for Operation Family Caregiver, a military caregiver support program. Schieloh is originally from Palm Beach, Florida, and came to Georgia by way of the military. Schieloh served seven years in the Army on active duty in the infantry as a squad leader, survival & combat tracking instructor and a battle-mind specialist (suicide intervention). He has continued his military service in the Army National Guard where he is currently an intelligence analyst. Upon leaving active duty, Schieloh then went on to work as a police officer with the Columbus Police Department as a CIT officer (Crisis Intervention Team). Recognizing the need and value of a good interventionist, Schieloh decided to expand on his training and education in Forensic psychology concentrating on crisis intervention/negotiation. Schieloh left the police department and became a caregiver interventionist with the RCI REACH program at Phoebe Sumter Medical Center to help caregivers whose loved ones suffer from dementia. Schieloh enjoys hockey, gardening, woodwork, and is also a scuba diving instructor (PADI). He volunteers with the Sumter County Fire Department as an underwater criminal investigator and as a search and recovery diver.

The Department of Theater, Communication and Media Arts is pleased to welcome Scott McElhaney as our new Technical Coordinator.

A native of Monticello, Georgia, Scott McElheney has been working on and off-stage since high school. Scott earned a BS in Print Journalism from Georgia College in 1992, despite spending more time in the theatre than in class. He also holds an MFA in Theatrical Design and Technology from the University of Southern Mississippi and has worked professionally as a theatrical designer, director, and technician since 1997. Prior to coming to GSW, Scott taught at Middle Georgia State University, where he was an assistant professor of Theatre and director of MGA Theatre. He has also taught at the University of North Carolina at Wilmington, Middle Tennessee State University, Camden County High School, and Rockdale County High School. He designed the lighting for the American premiers of several plays at Burning Coal Theatre in New York and Raleigh, North Carolina (PENTECOST, WINDING THE BALL), served as technical director and lighting designer at the renowned Chester Theatre in Chester, Massachusetts (SIXTEEN WORDS FOR WATER, THE ROAD TO MECCA), and designed the lighting for two seasons at the outdoor drama THE LEGEND OF DANIEL BOONE. He also works as a theatre consultant and has been active in the preservation of historic theatre spaces. Scott is an avid golfer and is looking forward to hitting the links at Griffin Bell.

 


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