10 years of experience working in education, federal government and non-profit organizations managing grants, contracts and cooperative agreements. Specializing in budget development, contract renewals, funding proposals, and project close-out for academic, education, federal and training contracts and grants.
Jessica Jamison graduated from Georgia State University in Spring 2013 with a degree in public and political communications and minors in sociology and criminal justice. She has worked in the College of Education and Human Development for five years, working in the departments of Office of Admissions and Academic Assistance, Early Childhood and Elementary Education:… more »
Dr. Regina Speights is the associate director for Sponsored Funded Programs, totaling over 14 million dollars, for projects such as Collaborative and Resources for Encouraging and Supporting Transformations in Education (CREST-Ed), Network for Enhancing Teacher Quality (NET-Q) and NET-Q Evaluation Cooperative Agreement.
As a design team member, Speights serves to ensure compliance in fiscal responsibilities… more »
David Brown directly assists with general office administration, travel and accounts payable, and many other administrative aspects for the Department of Early Childhood and Elementary Education.
Brown has been employed with Georgia State University’s College of Education and Human Development for more than three years and is eager to help anyone in any way possible.
“If I am unable… more »
Shea Allman serves as the administrative specialist-curriculum for the College of Education & Human Development. In this role, she manages the processes for the course schedule, registration, grades, and curriculum and is a liaison for the college in these areas. She researches and maintains the knowledge for policies of the university, college, Board of Regents,… more »
Kenya Walker has worked at Georgia State University since October, 2008. She is new to the College of Education & Human Development as a senior administrative coordinator for Troops to Teachers. She states that she loves being here, the people are nice and the atmosphere is outstanding. She couldn’t be in a better place.
Bahati Banks joined the College of Education & Human Development in 2015 as the graduate student recruiter. She is responsible for developing an integrated, content marketing strategy to attract high quality graduate applicants seeking degrees in education, human development and health related fields.
Bahati comes to the College with over 14 years of combined experience… more »