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About Our Staff

Caleine Ajusma
Caleine Ajusma

Caleine Ajusma earned her Bachelors of Science Degree in Family, Youth, and Community Sciences and began her work as a counselor for at-risk youth. This experience sparked her interest in pursuing a Masters of Education degree in Counselor Education at FAU. Caleine is grateful to be a part of PROPEL’s initiative for “turn-around” leadership. After completing her Master’s degree, Caleine hopes to be employed with the Department of Education to create sustainable programs for urban youth.

Anelle Alfred
Anelle Alfred

Anelle is a third year PhD Candidate in the Higher Education program in the Department of Educational Leadership and Research Methodology at Florida Atlantic University (FAU) located in Boca Raton, Florida. Her primary research interests focuses on institutional stability, effectiveness and strategic planning measures among public colleges and universities amidst changing education funding levels. Anelle has worked in various capacities in higher education including but not limited to the following: teaching and instruction, academic advising, marketing development, institutional accreditation assessment support, student technology proficiency assessment and much more. Recognizing that education at any level impacts society, she is passionate about educational policy in relation to minority groups. As a research assistant for the PROPEL Program, Anelle is eager to continue her efforts to add to the body of knowledge surrounding the education field as a whole.

Boris Bastidas
Boris Bastidas

Boris Bastidas is a second year Graduate Student studying Political Science at Florida Atlantic University. His main interests are American Politics and Public Policy, and he has worked at FAU Student Government and on Political Campaigns. His goal is to study law, attain a doctoral degree in Political Science and become a Political Consultant and Strategist. Boris is passionate about education policy and looks forward to contributing to the PROPEL Program and to PROPEL Research.

Celito Dorsainvil
Celito Dorsainvil

Celito is a first year Graduate student pursuing a Master’s in Business Administration with a Concentration in Accounting. His goal is to become a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) and to pursue a professional career in Auditing. Celito is originally from Haiti, and he moved to the United States about eight years ago. He currently speaks three languages: French, Creole and English. He is very fortunate to be given an opportunity to be part of a dedicated team and to be part of the PROPEL program.

Camille Henry
Camille Henry

With more than ten years of leadership, coordinating, and communication experience, Camille is currently enrolled in the Educational Leadership & Research Methodology doctoral program at Florida Atlantic University. She greatly enjoyed her time spent creating a solid foundation for PROPEL, and has been able to network with countless state recognized personnel. Camille would like to continue in the field of education to accomplish her long-term goal of impacting educational policy, research and curriculum from the administrative perspective.

Jamonique Holt
Jamonique Holt

Jamonique is a second year doctoral student pursuing a degree in Higher Education at Florida Atlantic University. She received a Bachelor's degree in Multilingual Education from Florida State University and a Master's degree in Educational Leadership from the University of Cincinnati. After 5 years as a middle and high school teacher in Tallahassee, FL, Jamonique decided it was time for a change of scenery and moved to South Florida where she started a position as a administrative assistant in the Department of Educational Leadership and research methodology. She recently joined the PROPEL Project and is eager to tackle leadership research opportunities.

Michael Perez
Michael Perez

Michael is currently finalizing his Master’s degree in Anthropology. His concentration is Cultural Anthropology, and he is currently conducting an ethnographic study looking at an online community in an attempt to further explore the effects of the virtual environment on human interaction. He is very happy to join the PROPEL program because it offers the opportunity to put his research experience into practice as part of a team that has already accomplished so much. His goal is to earn a Ph.D. and use anthropological research methodologies to assist other programs like PROPLE to succeed.

Laura Snellgrove
Laura Snellgrove

Laura is an Adult and Community Education doctoral student currently enrolled at Florida Atlantic University. Being an active member of her community through endless volunteering or both the city of Cooper City and other non-profit organizations. Upon graduation. Laura aspires to do research on creating effective adult programs; a goal that Laura feels will only benefit from working for PROPEL.

Hayley Wilson
Hayley Wilson

Hayley is Master's level graduate student in Florida Atlantic University's Clinical Mental Health Counseling program. She is a student member of the American Counseling Association (ACA) and the Association for Contextual Behavioral Science (ACBS). In addition to working for PROPEL, Hayley is completing her four semester internship as a Therapy Intern at a domestic violence center in Broward County. Her research interests include: leadership and personality styles, emotional intelligence, and the effects of coffee on the graduate student sleep cycle.

 



Updated June 11, 2014