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Ashley Archer Doehling, Master's Chair
Ashley is a second-year Masters student originally from Leesburg, Georgia. She serves as one of the graduate assistants in the University Honors Program (hey Tina!). She is a graduate intern for the Student Disability Resource Center and also serves as a Teaching Assistant for a Leadership and Change course. Ashley graduated from Georgia Southern University in 2018 as a University Honors Program Scholar with a degree in Political Science, Cum Laude. She also earned minors in Computer Science and Graphic Design. Ashley is passionate about teaching, accessibility, and student leadership development. In her time away from campus, she enjoys reading, crafting, playing board games, and going on weekend adventures with her partner.
Jenni Batchelder, Doctoral Chair
Jenni is currently a third-year doctoral student in the Florida State University Higher Education program from San Antonio, Texas. Her research interests involve college student involvement and leadership development. For her dissertation, she is hoping to dive further into the Leadership Identity Development Model and understand how to help students reach the fifth stage of generativity (mentoring the next generation of student leaders) through their involvement in student organizations. Jenni received her Bachelor’s in Business Marketing and Master’s in Student Affairs in Higher Education from Texas State University-San Marcos. Through her professional work she has experience in: student activities, leadership, new student orientation, housing, conference services, career services & undergraduate research. When Jenni is not studying she enjoys riding her bike, going to the beach, dancing, and having game nights with friends!
Christina Archipolo, Administrative Chair
Christina is a second-year master’s student from Long Island, New York. In her graduate assistantship, she works with the University Honors Program, academically advising students and working with Phi Eta Sigma Honor Society. She is a graduate intern for SGA, advising the Freshman Leadership Institute. She also interns as a Teaching Assistant for a Leadership and Change course. During her summer away from Florida State, Christina worked as a Leadership & Programming Intern at Holy Family University. Go Tigers! Christina graduated from the University of Delaware in 2018 with an Honors B.A. in Communication and Italian Studies and a passion for working with students, thanks to all of the great student affairs professionals at UD. Christina loves leadership development, community service, Bento, and exploring Tallahassee!
Courtney B. Francis, Doctoral Events Coordinator
Courtney B. Francis is currently a second-year doctoral student in the Florida State University Higher Education program on the policy track. Her research interests center around creating an inclusive post-secondary higher education experience for students with Autism, and further the limited research on the intersection between race and disability. While her dissertation topic is still in the works; Courtney hopes to understand the impact of Disability Resource Services on Black student success rates, or more specifically, understand the college success rates of students with Autism and the factors that their support success. Courtney received her Bachelor’s in Psychology and Speech & Hearing Learning Sciences at the University of Arizona. She also received her Master's in Higher Education & Post Secondary Leadership at Arizona State University in Tempe Arizona. Through her professional work she has experience in ABA therapy as a registered Clinical Interventionist at the Southwest Autism Research and Resource Center. Her Student affairs experience spans across three universities within Middle Eastern Studies, Project Focus, Housing, and as a NACURH conference Advisor. When Courtney isn’t in the office or in class, she loves participating in community service, traveling, working out, and getting lost in a good movie or book! For a good conversation, ask her about autism amongst black identities or how you can connect with others in the Higher Education program.
Maya Azar, Master's Events Coordinator
Maya Azar is a second year Master’s student in the Higher Education Program at Florida State University. Her graduate assistantship is with the Office of National Fellowships, where she advises and supports students who are applying for various nationally competitive awards. She interns for SG&A as the graduate advisor of the Asian American Student Union, and also for Student Rights and Responsibilities as an advisor of a Conduct Board. She graduated from Virginia Tech in 2017 with her Bachelor of Science in Human Development. During her gap year, she worked at Virginia Tech’s Office of Student Conduct, where she served as a coordinator and hearing officer for Student Conduct cases. In her free time, she enjoys frolicking at the beach and participating in Karaoke Thursdays!
Satcha Sanon, Master's Events Coordinator
Satcha, originally from Miami, Florida, is a first year graduate student at Florida State pursuing her master’s degree in Higher Education. She currently serves as a graduate assistant at the Center for Leadership & Social Change, working primarily with Scholarships and Recognitions, V-rak-ke-ce-tv Cultural Graduation, and Service Scholars. Satcha received her Bachelor’s of Science degree in Telecommunications at the University of Florida in 2015. Upon completing her undergraduate degree, she served as a ninth grade Algebra teacher in New Orleans for two years under her commitment with Teach for America. She is excited to return back to her home state and begin working toward the success and retention of first generation, low income students, a dedicated passion for her. When not in the office or in class, she enjoys traveling, going to concerts, and spending time with loved ones.
London Judge, Master's Visiting Days Coordinator
London is a second year master’s student from Topsfield, Massachusetts. Her assistantship is with the Entrepreneurship & Innovation Living Learning Community, where she works with a cohort of 37 first-year students. She also interns for SGA, advising the Transfer Leadership Institute, and Student Activities, advising The Big Event. London graduated from Davidson College (go Wildcats!) in Davidson, North Carolina where she earned a B.A. in English and Political Science. This past summer, London completed an ACUHO-I internship at Stanford University. London is passionate about supporting first-year students, and loves good sushi, coffee shop vibes, and anything Bachelor/Bachelorette!
Jenni Batchelder, Doctoral Visiting Days Coordinator
Jenni is currently a second-year doctoral student in the Florida State University Higher Education program from San Antonio, Texas. Her research interests involve college student involvement and leadership development. For her dissertation, she is hoping to dive further into the Leadership Identity Development Model and understand how to help students reach the fifth stage of generativity (mentoring the next generation of student leaders) through their involvement in student organizations. Jenni received her Bachelor’s in Business Marketing and Master’s in Student Affairs in Higher Education from Texas State University-San Marcos. Through her professional work she has experience in: student activities, leadership, new student orientation, housing, conference services, career services & undergraduate research. When Jenni is not studying she enjoys riding her bike, going to the beach, dancing, and having game nights with friends!
DaShawn Dilworth, Finance Chair
DaShawn is a second-year Masters student from Memphis, Tennessee. He currently serves as the graduate assistant for Homecoming within the Office of Student Organizations and Involvement, advising the Homecoming Executive Council & Committee. This past summer, he served as an intern within the Office of Student Rights & Responsibilities along with an internship within the Office of Strategic Planning & Assessment. He also currently serves as the intern for Social Justice Ally Training within the Center for Leadership and Social Change. DaShawn graduated from the University of Tennessee with B.S. in Kinesiology. In his free time, he enjoys quoting movies, reading, and quality time with friends.
Erin Jones, Communications Chair
Erin is a second year Master’s student in the Higher Education program. She is from Memphis, Tennessee and graduated from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville with her B.A. in History and a Minor in Business Administration in 2018. She is currently a graduate assistant in the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life where she works with the Panhellenic Association, the Multicultural Greek Council, and Order of Omega. She is also interning with Student’s Rights and Responsibilities. This past summer, she served as a NODA intern at Auburn University (War Eagle) with their STEM Summer Bridge Program. In her free time, she is an avid shopper and foodie!
Hannah Mizell, Communications Chair
Hannah is a second year Master’s student from Niceville, Florida. She graduated from the University of West Florida with a B.S in Arts Administration with a Minor in Hospitality and Resort Management in 2018. Here at Florida State, she serves as the Career Center’s Outreach and Assessment Graduate Assistant. As a GA, she advises the Career Ambassadors and oversees the Career Portfolio Contest. Outside of her assistantship, she is passionate about institutional research and assessment, accessibility, video games, and Disney parks.