Members on the Move – June 2020
We are excited to share news of these members who are on the move to new roles, new institutions, and new life adventures! As a reminder, if you are a SACAC member who is “on the move,” please use this form to let us know more about it!
Danielle Dyer, formerly the Program Director for the Clark Scholars Program at the University of Virginia (Charlottesville, VA), will be moving into a new role as the Director of College Placement and Global Studies at the Ursuline Academy in New Orleans (New Orleans, LA).
Alexandra Gonzalez will move from a role as the Director of College Counseling at Scheck Hillel Community School (Miami, FL) to a position as Associate Director of College Counseling at Isidore Newman School (New Orleans, LA).
Elizabeth Hamilton, the owner and founder of UAhead Consulting, has taken a position as Director of Academic Services and College Planning at Academic Answers. At Academic Answers, she will direct and manage college planning and academic services for all clients, with specialized planning for students transitioning from therapeutic environments.
Gerene Keesler moves into a new role as a College Counselor for ICP Teams/College Life Coaching Services. Gerene previously served as a College Counselor for Veritas College Counseling.
Anthony McCall II
Anthony McCall moves in his role at Birmingham-Southern College (Birmingham, AL) from Admission Counselor to Senior Assistant Director of Admissions.
Tony Pace, previously the Associate Director, Strategic Initiatives at Lafayette College (Easton, PA), will be moving to be the Director of Southeast Admissions (based in metro-Atlanta) for Lafayette College. He is excited to return to the South to represent Lafayette College and coordinate work with schools, CBOs, and IECs.
Garth Parke moves from a role as Admission Counselor at Vanderbilt University (Nashville, TN) to College Adviser at Lake Highland Preparatory School (Orlando, FL).
John Tatgenhorst is moving from his role as Associate Director of College Counseling at The Webb School (Knoxville, TN) to what he calls “the Great Abyss of Retirement.” His new responsibilities will entail a great deal of biking and hiking, as well as hard work on allowing his wife to stay sane.