The Administrative Writing Assistants (AWAs) interact with Walden students in the Writing Center by responding to inquiries about writing resources, grammar, APA, and other various writing topics at firstname.lastname@example.org. As Walden students themselves, the AWAs are enrolled in various programs and can understand the spectrum of Walden students’ writing needs and questions. Get to know the AWAs by reading more about them!
I work full time for McDonald's Corporation as an Instructional Designer. I have only been in the position for about 2 months but have been in the training and development field for over 10 years now. I began my career as a teacher in early childhood, but it didn't take long for me to find my passion for adult education especially within a corporate setting. I have developed multiple new hire training programs and management development curriculums. Having the ability to impact adults and how they learn is my passion. This is part of the reason I choose to spend part of my busy schedule answering the questions students have about writing. Knowing I am helping adult learners motivates me to continue to grow and learn as well.
I am pursuing my PhD at Walden in the Public Policy and Administration program. My emphasis is policy analysis, and my research focus is policy on women’s issues. I am also on the executive board for a small nonprofit that focuses on activism for gender equality. My aim is to work as a professor, engaging in activism on the side.
I’m thrilled with the opportunity to help fellow Walden students with their questions about APA and writing. I’ve gained so much from my experience with Walden, and I hope to pay it forward.
Graduate assistants are current Walden University students who work with our staff on various projects to support the work of our center.
I am driven by the desire to advocate, empower, and enhance the lives of minorities of all genders, gender non-conforming, the LGBTQ community, women, children, and youth who have been incarcerated. It is my goal to help people reach their highest potential in all aspects of their life.
I was born and raised in NYC, living the life of hustle, bustle, high energy, and chaos; however, now I reside in Virginia.
Interns in the Writing Center learn about the Writing Center and a career as a writing support professional.
Greetings! My name is Patrese and I am originally from North Carolina, currently residing in the Bluegrass state of Kentucky, working in Higher Education full-time. I have a B.S. in Exercise Science and an M.S. in Exercise Science and Health Promotion, specializing in Wellness and Fitness. I am currently a DrPH student at Walden University.
In my spare time, I enjoy teaching group exercise, traveling, reading, and spending time with loved ones. My part time passion is fashion and anything in the beauty industry. Mark my words, I will create an idea that combines both fitness, wellness, and beauty industries into one!
I look forward to working with you soon!