Advising and Personal Development Center

Meet the Staff

jenifer clark

Jennifer Clark

Undergraduate Advising and Mentoring
jennifer_clark@uncg.edu
336-334-5736

Jennifer Clark is a Student Success Navigator with a passion for advising and mentoring undergraduate students. Her BS degree in Psychology with a concentration in Child Development and MA degree in College Student Development enhances her coordination of advising services, and and her ability to serve on various committees related to undergraduate advising and student success.

Jennifer also represents HHS at various events and workshops coordinated for current and prospective students exploring UNCG, and provides administrative support for the school’s honor society, Kappa Omicron Nu (KON).

Since 2002, she has served in various roles working with diverse groups of students, both in and outside the classroom. Her instructional experience includes teaching first year experience courses, academic probation courses, and the current course offering of HHS 125.


Megan Delfe

Megan Delph

Undergraduate Advising and Mentoring
mcdelph@uncg.edu
336-334-3375

Megan Delph is a Student Success Navigator and Instructor in the School of Health and Human Sciences at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro with a passion for helping others find their path through mentoring and leadership experiences. She teaches personal development courses in conjunction with Bill Johnson such as HHS 125: Design Your Life 1 – What Could I Do With My Life? and HHS 135 – Design Your Life 2 – Creating Meaningful Experiences Through Coaching.

With over eight years of experience at UNCG, Megan has served in various roles and capacities around campus most currently as a coach for the Leadership Challenge and advisor for the National Society of Leadership and Success. Megan also serves as adjunct faculty at NC State University teaching courses on personal and community leadership.


bill johnson

Bill Johnson

Life Planning and Personal Development
whjohnso@uncg.edu
336-207-6795

Bill Johnson is a Student Success Navigator, Life Coach, and Instructor in the School of Health and Human Sciences at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro and a Coleman Fellow of Entrepreneurship.

He teaches life coaching and professional development courses such as: HHS 125: Design Your Life I: What Could I Do With My Life; HHS 135 – Design Your Life II: Creating Meaningful Experiences Through Coaching; Meditation as a Way of Life; and Purpose-Driven Entrepreneurship.

He also facilitates the Purpose and Vision Navigators Certification Training Program, a national train-the-trainer program for students, faculty, and staff in higher education which incorporates purpose and vision as the foundation of student (and life) success.


Amber Anderson

Advising Support Staff
askhhs@uncg.edu

Amber is a first-year Masters student in the Public Health Education Department. She graduated from Appalachian State University in May of 2021 with a Bachelor’s of Science in Public Health as well as minoring in Nutrition. She also competed with the Appalachian State women’s soccer team all four years.

She is interested in researching chronic and infectious diseases, adverse childhood experiences (ACEs), childhood obesity, health policies and alternatives, and rural health.

As a former undergraduate student who changed her major and struggled to find her passion, Amber hopes to help others find what they are passionate about that aligns with a major and career path.


Marsaedees Carter

Advising Support Staff
askhhs@uncg.edu

Marsaedees is a second-year Master of Science in Athletic Training student. She graduated from the University of North Carolina- Greensboro in December of 2019 with a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology.

She is interested in becoming a certified and licensed Athletic Trainer. Her long-term goal is to create an athletic training position in her hometown and become the first practicing athletic trainer within the county. She aspires to promote, exercise and deliver all aspects of the profession to her athletes while creating and maintaining a safe environment.

As an undergraduate student, she declared as undecided then transitioned to Kinesiology during her junior year. She found great interest in the major and saw it fit perfectly with her future plans. She hopes to provide guidance and assistance to each and every student as they take on their career journey at UNCG.


Hallie Clark

Hallie Clark

Advising Support Staff
askhhs@uncg.edu

Hallie is a first-year master’s student in Communication Sciences and Disorders. She graduated from UNC-Greensboro in December 2020 with a Bachelor of Science in Communication Sciences and Disorders. She also minored in American Sign Language and Arts Administration.

She is interested in researching interdisciplinary arts therapy and also its impacts on the community. Her long-term goal would be to open up her own non-profit interdisciplinary arts therapy practice.

As a first-generation college student who changed majors during her undergraduate studies. Hallie looks forward to serving students who are interested in the Communication Sciences and Disorders field. Her aspiration is to be a positive influence inspiring other students to work toward their self-defined success and reach their personal goals.


Kathy Horner

Kathy Horner

Advising Support Staff
askhhs@uncg.edu

Kathy is a second-year master’s student in the Recreation and Parks Management Department. She graduated from UNC-Greensboro in December 2020 with a Bachelor of Science in Recreation and Parks Management with a concentration in Recreation Therapy and a minor in psychology. She is a Certified Recreation Therapy Specialist as well as a Licensed Recreation Therapist in North Carolina.

She is interested in how service-learning experiences with the geriatric population affect college students and older adults.

As a recent alumni of UNC-Greensboro she is motivated to help and encourage other students who are in the same place as she was not long ago.


Ashlyn Minton

Advising Support Staff
askhhs@uncg.edu

Ashlyn is a second-year Master’s student in the Community and Therapeutic Recreation Department. She graduated from Appalachian State University in May of 2020 with a Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science.

She is interested in becoming a Certified Therapeutic Recreational Specialist for individuals with disabilities. Her long-term goal is to open up a fully inclusive recreational facility for all ages where she will provide clients with activity-based interventions to address their individual needs.

As an undergraduate student, she struggled to find a major that she was truly passionate about resulting in multiple major changes over her 4 years. She was led to the world of Recreational Therapy by Health Promotion Advising at Appalachian State University. She hopes to use her knowledge in Health Science Professions to assist students at UNCG in find a major and future career path that they will love.