Meet the Staff


Kimberly Meisel

Kimberly Meisel, Director of Academic Advising and Support  

B.S in Psychology from Frostburg State University 
M.S in Clinical and Counseling Psychology from Loyola College of Maryland 

"My goal as the Director of Academic Advising and Support is to support all students as they navigate their college experience, whether it is through working with their success advisor, an academic coach, our Office of Accessibility Services, or other programs on campus. I believe that every student should know and feel that they belong, that they are important, and they bring value to Goucher." 

Nancy Williams-Nettles

Nancy Williams-Nettles (Interim) Director of Accessibility, Success Advisor

B.A. in Music from State University of New York
M.A. in Clinical Mental Health, Counseling, Psychology from Argosy University

"My goal is to support students as they matriculate here at Goucher. I provide students with resources to assist them to obtain their future educational goals. I also strive to assist students, especially those with different abilities to be integrated into the overall Goucher community. My hope is that every student who crosses my office threshold will feel valued and heard.”

Anne Davis

Anne Brizzolara Davis, Success Advisor  

B.A. in English and Communication from the University of Delaware 
M.A. in English from the University of Delaware 
J.D. from the University of Baltimore 

"My goal is to guide students on their exploration of the diverse opportunities that a liberal arts education offers and to facilitate informed and rewarding decisions about coursework as well as their chosen fields of study. I enjoy discovering each student's goals and interests and, in turn, helping them discover their best path to success in college and beyond." 

Santa Wallace

Santa Marie Wallace, Accessibility Assistant

B.A., Goucher College, Dept. of Sociology, 2011  
M.A., California Baptist University, Disability Studies, Disability Policy Concentration, 2014 

"By utilizing my experiences and education, I strive to assist individuals, especially those with disabilities, in circumventing attitudinal, social, and institutional challenges to enhance their education and become active, viable participants in our communities."

Kathleen Kammer Hake

Kathleen Kammer Hake, Academic Coach History from the University of Baltimore 
M.Ed. in Educational Policy Studies from the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign 
Graduate Certificate in Women, Leadership, and Change from the Johns Hopkins University 

"My goal is to create opportunities for students to learn the skills and strategies they need to become effective independent learners. I enjoy coaching students through the process of learning specific skills that will allow them to feel a sense of mastery, confidence, and joy in their classes and college experiences." 


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