AACE Team

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Victor Robertson
Access Coordinator
Building AA 3705, Suite 1440
P:770-274-5616 | F:678-240-6309

Victor Robertson is an Access Coordinator for AACE at Georgia State University. He earned a B. S. degree in Healthcare Administration with a concentration in Management from University of Phoenix and is currently pursuing a M.S. in Higher Education at Walden University. He began his career in the Office of Disability Services with Georgia Perimeter College in 2007 as an administrative assistant and test proctor. As Access Coordinator, Victor is responsible for determining reasonable accommodations for students with disabilities (specifically including students in the College of Law) and providing accommodation implementation guidance to instructors. Victor also schedules and proctors accommodated student exams.

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Maggie Tennant, Ed.D
Director
Student Center East, Suite 205
P:404-413-1560 | F:404-413-1563

Dr. Maggie Tennant is the Director for AACE at Georgia State University. Dr. Tennant received her bachelor’s degree in Psychology and Economics from the University of West Georgia, a M.Ed. in Counseling and Educational Psychology from the University of West Georgia, an Ed.S in Counseling and Educational Psychology from the University of West Georgia, and an Ed.D. in Student Affairs Leadership in Higher Education from the University of Georgia. Dr. Tennant first joined Georgia State University in April 2021. As Director, Dr. Tennant supervises the AACE offices and staff on each of the GSU campuses, determines reasonable accommodations for students with disabilities, provides accommodation implementation guidance to instructors, and represents the unit at meetings and on various committees.

Melba Richards-Garcia, M.S.
Access Coordinator
Student Center East, Suite 205
P:404-413-1560 | F:404-413-1563

Melba Richards-Garcia is an Access Coordinator for AACE at Georgia State University. Melba earned a B.A. from Hunter College City University of New York in Human Communication and Sociology and earned an M.S. in Guidance and Counseling from Long Island University in Brooklyn, NY. As an Access Coordinator, Melba is responsible for determining reasonable accommodations for students with disabilities and providing accommodation implementation guidance to instructors. She also schedules and proctors accommodated students, assists students needing accommodations, and in the past has acted as student note-taker, reader, and scribe.

Andrea Wilkinson
Administrative Coordinator
Student Center East, Suite 205
P:404-413-1560 | F:404-413-1563

Andrea Wilkinson is an Administrative Coordinator for AACE at Georgia State University. Andrea attended City University of New York Borough of Manhattan Community College and completed studies in Administrative Professional Studies. Andrea currently serves on the Atlanta campus providing office support, fielding phone calls, monitoring and responding to AACE emails, managing the assignment of student accommodation requests to access coordinators, proctoring tests, and entering student data.

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Teresita Warren, M.S., MRC
Assistant Director
Building CB, Suite 1300
P:678-891-3385 | F:678-891-3082

Teresita Warren is an Assistant Director for AACE at the Georgia State University. Teresita received her bachelor’s degree in Psychology and Human Services from Clayton State University, a MS in Rehabilitation Counseling from the University of Kentucky, and a MS in Industrial Organizational Psychology from Capella University. She has also served as the Regional Counselor for the Georgia Vocational Rehabilitation Agency from 2005-2008. Teresita first joined Georgia State University as the Instructional Services Coordinator. As Assistant Director, Teresita supervises the AACE offices and staff on the Clarkston and Alpharetta campuses, determines reasonable accommodations for students with disabilities, provides accommodation implementation guidance to instructors, represents the unit at meetings and on various committees, and collaborates with the Director of AACE on a variety of office initiatives and projects.

Louvenia Stokes
Administrative Coordinator
Building CB, Suite 1300
P:678-891-3385 | F:678-891-3082

Louvenia Stokes is an Administrative Coordinator for AACE at Georgia State University. Louvenia has a B.A. in Psychology and Education. Louvenia currently serves as the Administrative Coordinator for AACE on the Clarkston campus, meeting with visitors, scheduling appointments, and proctoring exams for students.

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Taylor Allnutt
Access Coordinator
Building SF, Suite 2311
P:678-891-2406 | F:678-891-2867

Taylor Allnutt is an Access Coordinator for AACE at Georgia State University. Taylor earned a B.A. at the University of Oklahoma in Communication. She is currently pursuing her M. A. in Disability Studies at the City University of New York. Taylor worked as a student assistant for three years for the University of Oklahoma’s Accessibility and Disability Resource Center (ADRC). Upon graduation she worked for the ADRC as a full-time staff member for three years. As an Access Coordinator, Taylor is responsible for determining reasonable accommodations for students with disabilities and providing accommodation implementation guidance to instructors. She also schedules and proctors accommodated students.

Mary Davis
Senior Administrative Specialist
Building SF, Suite 2311
P:678-891-2406 | F:678-891-2867

Mary Davis is a Senior Administrative Specialist for AACE at Georgia State University. Mary received an AAS Degree in General Office Technology from Fayetteville Technical Community College and has worked in higher education since 1988. As a Senior Administrative Specialist, Mary is responsible for meeting with new students, scheduling and proctoring exams, and filling requests for supplies for all AACE offices.

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Julio Cruz, M.S., CRC, LPC, NCC
Assistant Director
Building NA, Suite 2100
P:770-274-5235 | F:770-274-5257

Julio Cruz is an Assistant Director for AACE at Georgia State University. Julio completed his BS degree in Civil Engineering at Georgia Tech and earned his MS degree in Rehabilitation Counseling from Georgia State University. He began his career in the Office of Disability Services with Georgia Perimeter College in 2010 as Assistive Technology and Disability Services Coordinator. As Assistant Director, Julio supervises the AACE offices and staff on the Dunwoody, Decatur and Newton campuses, determines reasonable accommodations for students with disabilities, provides accommodation implementation guidance to instructors, serves as the Accessible Information Management (AIM) system administrator, represents the unit at meetings on various committees and collaborates with the Director of AACE on a variety of office initiatives, projects, and business operations.

Marcia Levy, M.S.
Administrative Coordinator
Building NA, Suite 2100
P:770-274-5235 | F:770-274-5257

Marcia Levy is an Administrative Coordinator for AACE at Georgia State University. Marcia has a M. Ed. in Communicative Disorders from Johns Hopkins University, specializing in Communication Disorders, and has worked as a tutor for students with Dyslexia, Dyscalculia and Dysgraphia. Marcia currently serves as an Administrative Coordinator for AACE on the Dunwoody Campus meeting with new and current AACE students, collecting documentation, and scheduling and proctoring student exams.

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Wes Davis
Access Coordinator
Building 2N, Suite 2405
P: 678-891-2530 | Fax: 678-891-3624

Wes Davis is an Access Coordinator for AACE at Georgia State University. He earned his B.A. in History at the University of Georgia in 2010 and started his career in Disability Services at Georgia Perimeter College in 2012. As an Access Coordinator, Wes is responsible for determining reasonable accommodations for students with disabilities and providing accommodation implementation guidance to instructors. Wes also schedules and proctors accommodated student exams.