The Mission of NAGAP is to support, advance and engage graduate enrollment professionals by promoting integrity, excellence and collaboration through education and professional development.
If you were to contact the Graduate Admissions Office at Georgia Southern University, one of the first people you might meet is Naronda Wright, this month's SEAGAP spotlight. Not only has she called GSU home since 2007, she recently received her master's degree in Higher Education from there as well.
She has been professionally involved at several levels. She is currently SEAGAP's Co-State Coordinator for Georgia, and has served on the NAGAP national conference planning committee for the past two years.
Originally from South Carolina, Naronda had a full career before entering the GEM profession. She was in the U.S. Army for seven years and held positions at Infinity School of Newberry County and Union Mission before finding her way to Georgia Southern.
When she isn't at work, Naronda enjoys time with her husband, Keith and their son, Kameron. She enjoys time with her friends, involvement in her church, everything sports and especially watching UF football (but don't tell the folks at the office!).