Alumnae Association Board of Directors

Officers for 2019-2020

Giselle Fernandez Martin ’98
Atlanta, Ga.

Read Giselle's Q&A.

Pam TiptonPam Tipton ’86
Decatur, Ga.
Immediate Past President
Diane SandiferDiane Rickett Sandifer ’84
Chattahoochee Hills, Ga.

cropped-headshot-amy-chastain.jpgAmy Chastain 
Decatur, Ga.
Interim Director of Alumnae Relations

Board of Directors - Returning members and newly elected members as of August 17, 2019

Jane Bigham ’06
Arlington. Va.
Sabrina Cintrón Cassell ’08 
Silver Spring, Md.
Eleanor McCallie Cooper ’68
Chattanooga, Tenn.
Louisa Morton Cranford ’14
Charlotte, Nc.
Carolyn Newton Curry ’64/’66
Atlanta, Ga.
Kelcie Evans ’16
Atlanta, Ga.
Ellen Parker Gaffney 87
Atlanta, Ga.
Charlotte Gillis ’75
Atlanta, Ga.

Cristina Gutierrez ’12
Atlanta, Ga.

Sue Lile Inman ’58
Greenville, S.C.
Kelly Limes-Taylor ’01, 
M.A.T. ’03
Atlanta, Ga.
Vernita Bowden Lockhart ’76
Decatur, Ga
Anne Markette ’84
Atlanta, Ga.
Linda Marks ’67
Memphis, Tenn.
June Hall McCash ’60
Murfreesboro, Tenn.
Tiffany McKenzie ’07
Atlanta, Ga.
Whitney Miller Ott ’03
Atlanta, Ga.
Penny Powell ’97
Denver, Colo.
Heather Ricks Scott ’99
Lithia Springs, Ga.
Carolyn Crawford Thorsen ’55
Atlanta, Ga.
Adria Toliver ’08
Garland, Tx.
Shilin Zhou ’13
Decatur, Ga. 

Student Members (Ex-officio)

CJ Montgomery '20
Chattanooga, Tn.
Tasida Webster '21
Powder Springs, Ga.

Member biographies

Giselle Fernandez Martin ’98, President
Martin graduated with a B.A. in International Relations. Since graduation she has held various roles throughout the private sector and higher education. After college, Martin spent a few years with IBM as a territory sales manager covering the midwest, and parts of the Caribbean. Following this work, she transitioned to higher education; she served as the Assistant Director of Undergraduate Admission at Georgia Tech where she led key strategic initiatives and scholarship programs; she served Tech in her last role as Director of Enrollment and Community Enrichment, managing enrollment and student development goals for the College of Computing. In 2005 she was the recipient of the National Association of College Admission Counseling (NACAC) "Rising Star Award. After eight years at Tech, Martin spent three years managing a multimillion dollar higher education and youth development portfolio for one of the largest Georgia based private foundations. These experiences have all led her to her current role at Emory University as the Associate Dean of Admission responsible for global initiatives and key scholarship opportunities. Giselle also holds a M.S. in History and Sociology of Science and Technology from Georgia Tech. She and her husband Chris live locally and escape to their beloved Spain whenever possible. Read Giselle's Q&A.

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