Advising & Personal Development Center Staff

Meet the Staff

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Jennifer Clark

Undergraduate Advising and Mentoring

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 those offered through her staff of graduate assistants, for nearly 1,000 enrolled students seeking such services through the HHS Advising and Personal Development center each semester. 

With over 13 years of experience at UNCG, she has served in various roles working with a diverse group of students, both in and outside of the classroom. Her instructional experience includes teaching first year experience courses, academic probation courses, and the current course offering of HHS 125.

Jennifer also works closely with the HHS Dean's Ambassadors, 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).

Megan Delfe

Megan Delph

Undergraduate Advising and Mentoring

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.

Scott Holloway

Student Success Navigator

William "Scott" Holloway is a Student Success Navigator and Instructor in the School of Health and Human Sciences at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. He is a Certified Life Design Coach and a graduate of the University of North Carolina at Greensboro with a B.A. in Psychology and a B.A. and M.A. in Communication Studies.

His passion is helping others create and enjoy more purposeful, meaningful and fulfilling lives - being more, doing more and having more in life. He provides successful intervention strategies, guidance, and motivation to help students rise above the challenges of the world around them. He skillfully weaves his compelling life story into the fabric of students' daily lives inspiring them to persist and succeed.

Scott's engagement is straight-from-the-heart, passionate and high-energy. His charisma, warmth and humor help to transform the lives of students helping them to persist and ultimately succeed academically and personally. He translates student success theory into bottom-line results.

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Bill Johnson

Life Planning and Personal Development

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.

Quin Duclos

Quinn Duclos

Advising support staff 

Quinn is a second-year doctoral student in the Public Health Education Department. He graduated from Springfield College in 2015 with a B.S. in Applied Exercise Science; and from UConn in 2017 with an M.S. in Nutritional Science.

He is interested in researching diabetes, rural health, and men's health. His long-term goal is to become a university faculty member.

As a former transfer student who changed majors during his undergraduate studies, Quinn aspires to assist students in identifying goals that compliment their major and career paths of interest. 


Angelica Knight

Advising support staff 

Angelica Knight is pursuing her Masters degree in Exercise Physiology in the Kinesiology department here at UNCG. She graduated from UNCG with her B.S. in Kinesiology with a concentration in Sports Medicine back in 2016.

During her undergraduate career, she was active on campus through Ashby Residential College, Housing and Residence Life, and the Office of Intercultural Engagement.


Kailey Kox

Advising support staff 

Kailey is a first-year Masters student in the Public Health Education Department at UNCG. Kailey graduated from High Point University in May of 2018 with a B.S. in Exercise Science with a Concentration in Health and Wellness and a B.A. in Biology.

She is interested in epidemiology and corporate and community fitness. During her undergraduate career, she worked as an anatomy tutor/student instructor and as a medical volunteer in Costa Rica and Nicaragua.  


Elizabeth Thomas

Advising support staff 

Elizabeth graduated from UNCG with her Bachelors in Human Development and Family Studies with a concentration in Child, Youth, and Family Development. She is currently pursuing her Master's Degree in Gerontology at UNCG.

She is interested in working with older adults and their families.