Advancement Council and Campaign Committee
The College of Education & Human Development’s Advancement Council and Campaign Committee is a select group of alumni and friends who contribute their time, expertise, and resources to advance the College’s Mission and support the College’s participation in GSU’s $300 million Burning Bright Campaign. These members advocate for specific college programs; advise the Dean concerning campaign activities; assist in the identification, cultivation and solicitation of donors; host events and receptions; and do so much more.
If you are interested in learning more about the College of Education & Human Development’s Advancement Council and Campaign Committee or GSU’s Burning Bright Campaign, please contact McRae Stephenson at firstname.lastname@example.org or 404-413-8132.
Kinesiology and Health
Beverly J. Armento, Ed.D.
Ann W. Cramer
Coxe Curry & Associates
Deborah P. Crockett, B.A. ’78; M.Ed. ’82; Ed.S. ’83; Ph.D. ‘87
National Association of School Psychologists
Vicki M. Denmark, Ph.D ‘95
Vice President – Education Innovation
Susan Eckert, Ph.D. ‘95
Former Senior Associate Dean Emeritus
Patricia P. Ferrer, B.A. ’71; M.Ed.’75
Gayle Gellerstedt, M.Ed. ‘92
F. Stuart Gulley, Ph.D. ‘99
Lucille W. Hayden, M.Ed. ’77; Ph.D. ‘86
Former Associate Executive Director
Sandra C. Hofmann, B.S. ‘74
CIO in Residence
Advanced Technology Development Center
Craig Hoover. M.S. ‘95
VP – National Alliances
Vesta O. Jones, M.Ed. ‘73
Cynthia J. Kuhlman, M.Ed. ’74; Ph.D. ‘80
Director of Educational Achievement
CF Foundation, Inc.
Felicia M. Mayfield, B.S. ’75; Ed.S. ’87; M.Ed. ‘80
Director of Field Services & Partnerships
Clark Atlanta University
Al McWilliams, Jr., Ph.D.
Professor Emeritus of Educational Policy Studies
Georgia State University