Welcome New Staff Members


Rachael Pocklington
Communications, Student Affairs

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Let's all take a moment to welcome the newest members to the Division of Student Affairs!

Julius Cave is serving as the Jumpstart Coordinator in the Office of Leadership & Civic Engagement. Julius came to Georgia Tech after serving as a Learning Coach and Pro-Vision Charter School in Houston, TX. Julius provides supervision for the Jumpstart program and twenty Jumpstart Corps Members who visit area schools and community centers providing literacy development for children. Julius completed his Bachelor and Masters degree from Wake Forest University.

LaTonya Culberson, who has given more than 16 years of service to Georgia Tech, has moved over to the Student Organization Finance Office. LaTonya brings a wealth of financial and administrative experience garnered from her previous positions at the Library, Division of Professional Practice, Office of Undergraduate Admissions, the former Office of Success Programs, and Office of the Dean of Students. In her new role, LaTonya will supporting the Accounting Manager as well as managing accounts for Sports Clubs and Student Organization Foundation accounts.

Jonathan Delgardio recently (August) joined the Office of the Dean of Students as an Administrative Professional Senior. No stranger to Georgia Tech, Jonathan previously worked in the College of Sciences, School of Biology. He received a BS in Sociology and a minor in Business Administration in April 2008 from Florida State University in Tallahassee, Florida.

Jordan Holliday recently joined the Office of New Student & Sophomore Programs as the new Coordinator for Sophomore Programs and Traditions Camps. Jordan came to Georgia Tech after completing his Bachelor and Masters degree at The University of Georgia. Jordan advises all of NSSP's sophomore initiatives, including the Sophomore Leadership Council, Sophomore Career Experience, and Sophomore Summit/Trip. He also oversees Georgia Tech's extended orientation program, Wreck Camp, which is entering its second year following a successful inaugural program this past August.

Tiffiny Hughes-Troutman, Ph.D. recently joined the Counseling Center as staff psychologist and Coordinator for Outreach and Professional Development Programs. Tiffiny received her Ph.D. from the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign and completed her internship at the Virginia Tech Counseling Center. Tiffiny is a member of the Georgia Psychological Association and is active in her leadership role in the Committee on Ethnic Minority Affairs.

Travis Wagner, a recent graduate of Georgia Tech, is serving as a Program Specialist working with student organizations in the Office of Leadership & Civic Engagement. Travis works closely with Georgia Tech's 500 registered student organizations, overseeing the chartering process for new student organizations and assisting student organizations to maintain active/good standing. Travis is co-advising the President's Council Governing Board, organized iNight and iWeek at the start of the Fall semester, and is also conducting officer orientations for student organization officers.

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  • Created By: Rachael Pocklington
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  • Created On: Oct 17, 2012 - 9:37am
  • Last Updated: Oct 7, 2016 - 11:12pm