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Auxiliaries Working Team

This website will be updated throughout the summer as information becomes available.

For up-to-date information on our Fall 2020 reopening plans and procedures:

Visit Open SFA: Guide to Fall 2020

Team Leader

Carrie Charley, Director of Auxiliary Services

Team Members

  • Residence Life Team
    • Winston Baker - Director, Residence Life
    • Jonathan Bardwell - Community Assistant, Residence Life
    • Heather Burns - Area Coordinator, Residence Life
    • Jamaica Ethington - Hall Director, Residence Life
    • Donna Hammond - Assignments Manager, Residence Life
    • Amanda Kennedy - Lieutenant, University Police
    • Greg Moore - Environmental Safety Officer
    • Jim Rader - Manager of Residence Life Operations
    • Alex Reisinger - Admissions Counselor
    • Shea Roll - Assistant Director, Residence Life
    • Amy Roquemore - Director of Student Publications
  • Student Center Team
    • Natalie Akins - Catering Director, Aramark
    • John Anderson - Resident District Manager, Aramark
    • Jalon Berry - Assistant Director of Multicultural Affairs
    • Heather Brewer - Manager, Post Office
    • Stephen Goddard - Custodian
    • Cathy Kaiser - Accounting Assistant/Information Desk Supervisor
    • Matt Romig - Senior Safety Officer
    • Nick Stallworth - Associate Director Student Center
    • Saville Harris - Asst. Director, Greek Affairs
    • Cole Muske - Traditions Council and Accounting Graduate Student
  • Dining Team
    • Nick Stallworth - Associate Director Student Center
    • John Anderson - Resident District Manager, Aramark
    • Luis Bouche - Residential Dining, Aramark
    • Keddric Duirden - Retail Dining, Aramark
    • Tiffany Gonzalez - Communications, Aramark
    • Stacy Little - Programmer, IT Services
    • Camron Miller - Community Assistant, Residence Life
    • Greg Moore - Environmental Safety Officer
    • Christopher Ruth - Hall Director, Residence Life

Team Objectives and Responsibilities

  • Develop recommendations for the resumption of student residential housing that provides as many of the traditional residential programs and services as possible while incorporating the minimum standard health protocols established.
  • In collaboration with Aramark, develop a resumption of on-campus dining programs that incorporate the minimum standard health protocols established.
  • Develop recommendations for the revision of any policies and procedures needed relative to the use of the Baker Pattillo Student Center to incorporate the minimum standard health protocols established.
  • Develop recommendations for how Testing Services can continue to provide service to the university community while incorporating the minimum standard health protocols established.