SF Selects Dr. Dana Lindsey As Coordinator of the Disabilities Resource Center

SF Selects Dr. Dana Lindsey As Coordinator of the Disabilities Resource Center

Dana Lindsey, PhD Coordinator, Disabilities Resource Center
Dana Lindsey, Ph.D. has been selected as the new Coordinator of SF’s Disabilities Resource Center.

September 21, 2020 – Dr. Dana Lindsey has been named the new Coordinator of Santa Fe College’s Disabilities Resource Center (DRC). In this role, Dr. Lindsey will support the college’s strong commitment to equity, diversity and inclusiveness throughout the SF community as she leads the DRC in providing comprehensive information and reasonable accommodations for students with disabilities.

Dr. Lindsey was hired at SF as a full-time Access Specialist (formerly called Counseling Specialist) in 2008. She served in that role for 9 ½ years. In 2017, she was promoted to the coordinator position with the College Achievement Program.  She successfully transitioned the CAP program to its new suite, expanded the summer enrichment program to include an increasing number of Bradford County participants, partnered with Academic Affairs to incorporate the use of ALEKS in the program and implemented a CAP Leadership component.

While Dr. Lindsey admits that she will miss the CAP students and the special conversations that they shared, she is looking forward to collaborating with colleagues to, “continue creating an inclusive campus to ensure accessibility to benefit all students.” As CAP coordinator, Dr. Lindsey reported to Dr. Bea Awoniyi, the Associate Vice President for Student Affairs and she will continue to do so as the DRC Coordinator.

In addition to serving on the Access & Inclusion Committee, Dr. Lindsey also assists with Title IX cases, serves on the Student Affairs Professional Development Committee and makes significant contributions to the Athletic Strategies Committee. She was a member of the 2015 President’s Leadership Seminar and she has also served on the SACS team, the International Education Committee, and the Course Substitution Committee. Since 1997, Dr. Lindsey has taught as an adjunct faculty member in Social & Behavioral Sciences and through that role she has served on the Technology Advisory Committee for Teaching and Learning, has sat on the Faculty Credentialing Committee, and has been a peer reviewer for Higher Education Quality Matters.

Dr. Lindsey earned her Doctor of Philosophy in psychology from Walden University. She received her EDS, MS and BS degrees from Florida A & M University.

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