As the Director of University Experiential Learning, Andrew champions experiential
learning at the University of Georgia, articulating a vision to various stakeholders
within the university as well as community and industry partners. He is responsible
for identifying and developing innovative ways to advance experiential learning, which
includes further integrating experiential learning within the academic curriculum,
fostering collaboration between academic units in various schools and colleges as
well as local/regional community and industry partners and developing new experiential
learning opportunities for students.
Kay S. Stanton joined the Office of Experiential Learning in 2016. She has been heavily
involved in the implementation of the EL initiative and is a general repository of
EL info. Kay works closely with faculty and staff on the development of EL courses
and non-credit activity proposals as well as strategic planning, assessment, marketing,
fund stewardship, and public affairs initiatives.
Amy Sweet began working in the Office of Experiential Learning as a Graduate Assistant,
managing the Student Industry Fellows Program (SIFP), supporting outreach and development
with industry, nonprofit, and government sector partners. In her current role, Amy
leads the department’s overall business development efforts to create and expand experiential
opportunities for students.
Annelise Norman joined the Office of Experiential Learning in June 2022 as the Scholarships
& Public Relations Coordinator. Annelise is heavily involved with EL scholarship administration
and public affairs.
Devin Maitra joined the Office of Experiential Learning in August 2022 as the first
Operations Coordinator. Devin helps maintaining the EL ambassador program and the
online ACES platform for EL. Devin earned a BA in psychology from UGA. Before becoming
the operations coordinator, he was already one of the first EL ambassadors since 2020,
helping to improve the EL brand across campus. He used to participate in competitive
E-sports tournaments, and even worked in production for some big E-sports events.
Madeline is the Graduate Assistant for Program & Business Development while pursuing
a Master of Public Administration degree through UGA SPIA. She graduated from Tufts
University in 2020 with a Bachelor’s degree in Sociology, American Studies, and Urban