Campbellsville University
 

Online Advisors - Fully Online Courses Only
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Online Advisor - Allysse Stokes

Hello! My name is Allysse Stokes, and I am your academic advisor. I am here to assist you throughout the term, answering any questions that I can and connecting you with all your resources. I encourage you to contact me with any questions, concerns, or issues and will always be happy to listen and help.

After graduating from the University of Kentucky with a Bachelor of Arts in English and a Master of Science in Education in Counseling Psychology, I relocated from my college city to work with at-risk youth in the state’s care on a residential campus/psychiatric residential treatment facility. Afterward, I worked within a therapeutic foster care agency in which I spent three years providing case management to foster care clients and served as a committed liaison for the department of community-based services. I have always had a high interest in higher education through my community-based experiences and am honored to be in this role helping students customize their educational pathways and maintain their motivation for success. In my spare time, I enjoy painting, writing fictional works, and especially theatrical features. When I am not at work, you can probably find me with friends trying out new restaurants and finding outdoor activities to occupy my time.

One of the most valuable things that I gained from my experiences in college was a high aptitude for learning, and I am excited to help you on your path to achieving your own educational and personal goals. I hope that you will see me as a useful resource on your journey to reach your educational and occupational milestones through Campbellsville University.

Online Advisor - Reid Kline

Hello! My name is Reid Kline, and I am you academic advisor. I am here to help you throughout your program answering any questions that I can and connecting you with all the resources you need. I encourage you to reach out to me with any questions, concerns, or issues and will always be happy to listen in help in any way that I can.

After graduating from Northern Kentucky University with a Bachelor of Science in Chemistry and a minor in Biology, I worked in an analytical chemistry lab. Working in the lab made me realize something crucial about the career I wanted – I wanted to be in contact with individuals and help them in various ways. During my time at NKU, I had a lot of work surrounding student affairs through university housing, an office of diversity and inclusion, and advising. It’s that work that lead me to pursue a career in higher education and student affairs! Outside of work, you can find me baking for my cookie business, out attending various events surrounding diversity and inclusion, and searching for the next place I can travel to.

One of the most valuable things that I gained from my experiences in college was a passion to make everyone feel heard, seen, welcome, and included in spaces where people may find it hard to have a voice. I am so excited to help you on your path to achieving your educational and personal goals and hope that you will see me as a useful resource on your journey here at Campbellsville University Online.

Team Lead - Dani DeVincentis

Welcome to Campbellsville University Online! My name is Dani DeVincentis and I am looking forward to serving as your online academic advisor. Please contact me with any questions, concerns or issues that arise and I will be happy to help.

I completed my BA in Psychology at Hanover College, followed by an M.S. and Ed.S. in Counseling Psychology at the University of Kentucky. I specialized in trauma counseling and have a professional background in social work. I am a first-generation college student, so I can definitely empathize with the stress of navigating higher education and juggling school, work, and other commitments. When I’m not working, I spend my free time reading, cooking, hiking, and having adventures with my dog, Zoey.

Pursuing higher education is a big journey to undertake and, like any other adventure, unexpected and unfamiliar challenges can arise. I am excited to share this adventure with you as you pursue your goals, and I hope that you will see me as a useful resource along the way.

Online Advisor - Greyson Neff

Hi! My name is Greyson Neff and I am your online academic advisor. My main role is to assist you throughout each term by providing resources, working to answer any questions you may have, and helping you plan the progression of your degree as you move through your program. I know how easy it is to feel disconnected in the world of online education, so I encourage you to utilize me as that connection.

A little about me: when I am not working, you can find me with family and friends. I love traveling, reading, reality tv, and running around with my fiancé and our little pup Georgie. While I grew up in Louisville Kentucky, I earned my undergraduate degree all the way down in Memphis, Tennessee. I went to a small, liberal arts college (Rhodes College), where I double-majored in History and International Studies, with a minor in Religious Studies. Upon graduation, I spent a gap year working at a local museum and living the world of educational programming for historical non-profits – I loved it! So much so that I went to the University of Louisville to earn my MA in Public History, with an emphasis in American History. While earning my MA, I worked as a Graduate Assistant for the Vice Provost in the Office of Institutional Effectiveness. It was through my two years with them that I stumbled upon my love of, and aptitude for, data, higher education administration, and student affairs. When I graduated with my Master’s, I knew I wanted to work in higher education. Through my current role as a Senior Online Advisor, I work to develop deeper relationships with each student, as I strive to connect you virtually with your university and ensure you feel supported. The path you take to earn your degree, whether it is your initial Associate’s degree or your third Master’s degree, can be a confusing one. I am here to help you navigate this path – please feel free to use me as a resource!

Online Advisor - Natalie Buckley

Hello! My name is Natalie Buckley, I am your Academic Advisor. I am here to help as you pursue your degree. I encourage you to contact me with any questions, concerns or issues and I will always be happy to listen and help.

I attended Campbellsville University and graduated in 2012 with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology and Sociology. Since 2012 I have worked in the social work field. I worked at a Child Advocacy Center for 4 years providing services to children and families before returning to work with Campbellsville as an Academic Advisor. I had a great experience at Campbellsville due in large part to my advisor and the guidance provided. I am passionate about helping people and connecting them to the resources they need. I’m excited about the opportunity to work with students pursuing their degrees and helping by answering questions and connecting them to resources.

I look forward to working with you and helping you successfully complete your degrees and achieve your goals. Please don’t hesitate to reach out with any questions or concerns!

Online Advisor - Chasity Robinson

Hello! My name is Chasity Robinson, and I am your academic advisor. I am here to help you throughout the term, answering any questions that I can and connecting you with all the resources that Campbellsville University has to offer. I encourage you to contact me with any questions, concerns, or issues, and I will always be happy to listen and help.

I am originally from Harlan, Ky and graduated from Eastern Kentucky University with a Bachelors in Middle Grades Education with an emphasis in Science and Social Studies. After college, I worked for Fayette Co Public Schools then moved back to Eastern Kentucky to work with at-risk teens. I feel a strong calling to help those in need. In my spare time I love to work on various crafts, travel, cook, and I can’t resist a good Netflix binge.

One of the most valuable things that I gained from my experiences in college was how crucial a good time management plan is. I worked full-time and took a full-time course load throughout my entire college experience. It was always difficult and truly exhausting, but it got a lot more manageable (and more successful) once I adopted a good time management plan. I understand how tired and stressed you are, and I know how good it’s going to feel when you finish! I’m here to coach, support, and cheer you till you get to the end of your program.