Welcome new members to the Academic Advising and Student Success team
Join us in welcoming Kyle Allbright, George Apecechea and Alexandria Anderson-Scribner to the Academic Advising and Student Success Team. We're happy to have them with us and are excited to see how they help and impact Texas Wesleyan students. Be sure to come by and welcome our new team members!
Kyle Allbright has been appointed Coordinator of Academic Placement Testing with the Academic Advising and Student Success (AA&SS) team. Since he started Sept. 24, he's worked closely with Amber Procter-Willman in taking over this role.
Kyle graduated from Texas Tech with a BA in psychology and human development/family studies. At the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor, Kyle finished his masters in Counseling Psychology and Academic Specialization with a focus in higher educational settings. He spent three years teaching behavioral sciences at Tarrant County College. Kyle's office is located within the new Testing Center in the Eunice and James L. West Library.
George Apecechea joined the AA&SS team as an administrative assistant. George has worked in the education field for over seven years including teaching music as a percussion instructor at Grand Prairie High School and, most recently, serving as International Student Advisor at The Language Company DFW. He enjoys assisting students and enriching the community through outreach initiatives in which he regularly volunteers.
His interests include writing, performing music and athletics. His personal achievements include receiving the John Philip Sousa National Award in “Single merit, loyalty and cooperation.” You can find George between the Academic Success Center and new Academic Advising Center in the Library.
Alexandria Anderson-Scribner joined the AA&SS team in the Academic Success Center as the coordinator of student success services. She works closely with Kelly Anderson and Michael Greer to design and implement new academic support services, to include supplemental instruction. Alexandria comes to us from the University of Texas at Arlington where she was previously an academic advisor.
She graduated with her Bachelor of Arts in Communication Studies from the University of North Texas and recently received her Master’s degree in Higher Education Leadership and Policy from UTA. She is also a member of Kappa Delta Pi (National Education Honors Society). Alexandria is a DFW native who enjoys traveling, playing table top games and watching funny internet videos. Her personal philosophy with students is to assist them in ways that they can grow on an academic and personal level.