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Meet Our Mentors

Brian Chamblee

Hey my name’s Brian Chamblee but I go by “Chamblee”. I am majoring in health and physical education.  When I am not at UNG, I am busy running my own business. Roofing, landscaping, logging and painting.  For fun, I like to watch movies, gaming and play paintball.

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Tonya Cheeks Hagin

My name is Tonya Cheeks Hagin.  My major is Human Service Delivery Administration.  My goals are to work with adolescents and adults with disabilities and behavioral problems.  In my free time, I enjoy spending time with my family, cooking, and volunteering.  I chose to become a Peer Mentor because I enjoy helping and empowering individuals to advocate for themselves, which allows them to feel great about their accomplishments.  I can also remember the transition to college life and it was overwhelming for me.  It was difficult to get into the swing of things, and if I had been paired up with a Menor, I would have felt like I had someone to call upon for assistance.

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Khanh Tran

Hi, my name is Kyanh Tran. My major is Marketing.  My hobbies are being involved on the campus, reading books, drawing, listening to music and singing, and last but not least, watching Korean drama.  My nickname is Kitkat Khanh.  I got this nickname from a Student Disability Services Open House event.

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Kristen Xiong

My name is Kristin Xiong, and I graduated from Apalachee High School in 2011.  I am pursuing a Bachelor's in Marking.  I am involved with many wonderful organizations on campus, such as DEAL Club, Ambassadors, and of course, the Peer Mentor program.  I am the President of Enactus and the Vice President of the Ping Pong Club.  I work at the Division of Student Affairs on campus, under the Dean of Students and the President of UNG.  I've been a part of the Peer Mentor Program for three years now, and I love every part of the program.  I've created friendships with my mentees and my fellow mentors in the program.  This program is an amazing support to not only the first year students under the Student Disability Services, but it also helps me widen my perspective and meet different students, students who will be the next future leaders of UNG.

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