Shanna-Kay Davis, Assistant Coordinator for Residence Life, Spartan Village II and Lofts on Lee
Shanna-Kay Davis attended the University of Central Florida where she received her B.S. in Psychology in May 2015. During Shanna’s time as an undergraduate student she was involved in Housing and Residence Life, Orientation, Student Activities, Greek Life and Wellness and Health Promotion Services. As a current graduate student at the University of North Carolina Greensboro in the Student Personnel Administration in Higher Education Program, she would like to expand her knowledge and experience involving various institutional organizational structures, student activities, multicultural affairs and health and wellness. In her free time Shanna enjoys shopping and spending time with friends and family.
Raquel Goode, Assistant Coordinator for Residence Life, IMPACT in Cone
Raquel Goode was born in Greensboro, NC. She attended North Carolina State University where she received her B.A. in Psychology and her B.A. in Communication in May 2013. For the past two years, Raquel served in the NC State College Advising Corps as a college adviser at J F Webb High School. Working closely with first-generation, low-income, and underrepresented students, she grew a deep passion for college access. The part she found most rewarding working with students were the opportunities to mentor and build relationships. She is currently pursuing her MS/Ed.S in College Counseling/Student Development in Higher Education in hopes to be an effective leader on a college campus. She understands that often times counseling plays a huge role when it comes to supporting students. Outside of mentoring her past students, she enjoys spending time with close friends, cooking, crafting, and trying new things.
Kiauhna Haynes, Assistant Coordinator for Residence Life, Connect in Spartan Village I
Kiauhna Haynes (Clinical Mental Health Counseling) was born and raised in Baltimore, Maryland. She attended the Pennsylvania State University (PSU) and graduated in 2013, where she received a BS in Psychology. Kiauhna initially hoped to attend graduate school for clinical psychology; however after realizing her passion for working with college students on a more applied level she felt counseling was a better fit. She is currently enrolled as a second year Masters student in the Counseling and Educational Development program at UNC-Greensboro. Kiauhna specifically plans to focus on first generation and low income undergraduate populations post receiving her graduate degree. Her interests include community service and diversity issues. She enjoys painting pottery, traveling, going to the movie theater, eating ice cream and spending time with her family and friends.
Kirby Jones, Assistant Coordinator for Residence Life, Explorers in Reynolds
Kirby Jones graduated from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro where he received the Bachelors of Science in Psychology. Throughout his undergraduate studies, he served as a University Marshal, a member of the service committee of the National Residence Hall Honorary, and the Senior Resident Relations Associate at the HRL main office. He is currently pursuing his Master’s Degree in Counseling and Education with a concentration in Clinical Mental Health Counseling here at UNCG. He aspires to counsel primarily adolescents and young adults who suffer from anxiety and depression once his degree has been obtained. Kirby enjoys spending intimate time with family, watching sports, and listening to music in his free time.
Sheresa Rankin, Assistant Coordinator for Residence Life, MOSAIC in Phillips/Hawkins
Sheresa Rankin graduated with a Bachelors of Science in Human Development and Family Studies with a concentration in Child, Youth and Family Studies from UNCG. During her undergraduate time at UNCG, Sheresa served many roles including as an Orientation Leader, a Resident Advisor, and a member of Sigma Sigma Sigma Sorority. As a graduate student in the Student Personnel Administration in Higher Education (SPAHE) Program. Sheresa is interested in exploring the areas of Career Services, Student Leadership, Campus Activities and Diversity Initiatives. In her spare time Sheresa enjoys reading for pleasure and listening to music, testing new recipes off Food Network, and planning her wedding.
Jose Toribio, Assistant Coordinator for Residence Life, Quad
José Toribio is a native of North Jersey and lives a short 10 minute bus ride from Time Square. He attended Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, where he received a Bachelors of Science in Animal Sciences. Whilst at Rutgers, José was involved on campus with the School of Environmental and Biological Sciences Educational Opportunity Fund as a Peer Mentor and Academic Tutor, and with the department of Housing and Residence Life as a Resident Assistant. José is currently a graduate student at the University of North Carolina-Greensboro enrolled in the Student Personnel Administration in Higher Education Master’s program. José’s professional interests include student access and retention, first generation and low-income students, supporting students of color, social justice, and student conduct. On his free time, José may be found at the gym lifting, playing sports, hiking, and enjoying an all you can eat Korean bbq or sushi restaurant with friends and family!
Shelton Young, Assistant Coordinator for Residence Life, Make A Difference House in Moore/Strong
Shelton Young received a Bachelor of Social Work degree with a concentration in School Social Work from UNCG in May of 2016. Shelton minored in Sociology and Human Development and Family Studies. During his undergraduate career at UNCG, Shelton served in the Office of Housing and Residence Life, the Office of Learning Communities, The University Registrar’s Office, Undergraduate Research, Scholarship and Creativity Office, The Student Success Center (SSS), and the Social Work Department. Shelton is a graduate student in UNCG and NC A&T’s Joint Master of Social Work Program. Shelton’s interests are Clinical Social Work Practice, School-based Intervention Research, leadership and empowerment among minorities, community service, and improving social support in Higher Education. Leisurely, Shelton enjoys singing, running, drawing, reading, and traveling.