Quonna Holden, Brenau’s new interim associate director for student engagement, is quite familiar with the campus. That’s because she received her bachelor’s degree from The Women’s College in 2018 and was very active in student life and leadership on campus.
Holden — who graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in organizational leadership, minored in education and completed the Women’s Leadership certificate in 2018 — begins her new duties with student services this week. She will be overseeing all aspects of student activities and engagement and Greek life on Brenau’s Gainesville campus.
Since leaving Brenau, Holden has been working in student affairs as a graduate assistant for Clemson University, where she has been pursuing her masters in Counselor Education for Student Affairs. She will complete her degree in May 2020. During her time at Clemson, she was responsible for implementing student enrichment and outreach programs that support students from underrepresented populations and support the goals of the student retention division. She also coordinated orientation and family programs and gained experience serving as a judicial board advisor and hearing officer for Clemson’s Office of Community & Ethical Standards, overseeing cases involving violations of student code of conduct.
Holden has experience in a variety of areas related to student support services and events and is very knowledgeable in social media and marketing of such services. She is excited about this new opportunity and states “I am a proud alumna of Brenau and believe in its value and contributions to student development and success.”
Please take a minute to reach out to her at ude.uanerb@2nedlohs and help welcome her back to Brenau!