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Wade Manora, Jr., M.Ed.

Wade Manora, Jr.
Title: Assistant Director
(He, Him, His)
Phone: 706-867-2720
Email:

Office: Dahlonega

Overview

Wade Manora, Jr. was raised in Montgomery, Alabama by Verlesa and Wade Manora, Sr. and he has a younger sister, Ashley. He is currently a Doctoral Student at the University of Georgia Doctor of Education in Learning, Leadership, and Organization Development and in their Graduate Certificate in Nonprofit Management and Leadership. Prior to his academic tenure at the University of Georgia, he earned a Graduate Certificate in Program Evaluation from Georgia State University, a Master of Education in Higher Education Administration from Auburn University, and a Bachelor of Arts in Communication with a Concentration in Marketing from Auburn University. 
 
He has been able to display his passion for college students' cultural competency development through his professional and student leadership experiences. During his time at Georgia State University, he served as an Educational Program Specialist for a first generation, low income, and student with disability student success program, an Assistant Program Coordinator for International Student and Scholar Services, an Academic Advisor, and a Faculty & Staff Fellow for the Multicultural Center. Additionally, his time at Auburn University was spent in the Office of Diversity and Multicultural Affairs, the Graduate School, the Career Center, and the Honors College while serving in leadership as President of the NAACP, Graduate Advisor of several multicultural student organizations and leading a minority male retention focused student organization.

Wade has also been heavily involved in the advancement of knowledge and practice with special honors through Kappa Delta Pi International Honor Society in Education and Gamma Beta Phi National Honor Society. Additionally, he holds membership and leadership experience in the American College Personnel Association (ACPA), American Association of Blacks in Higher Education (AABHE), the National Association of Student Affairs Administrators (NASPA), the National Academic Advising Association (NACADA) and Alpha Kappa Psi Business Fraternity.

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