Meghan Sooy Sellet
Director – firstname.lastname@example.org
Meghan Sellet is currently the Director of the Accessibility Resource Center (ARC) at The College of New Jersey (TCNJ). As the Director of ARC, Meghan collaborates with members of the TCNJ community to facilitate access and promote disability as a piece of human diversity. Prior to coming to work at TCNJ, Meghan served as an Access Consultant at The University of Arizona’s Disability Resource Center (DRC) for seven years. She also spent a year working with the Penn State Ability Athletics program (an intercollegiate adapted athletics program) as an advisor to student athletes. Meghan received her Master’s degree in Counselor Education (with a concentration in Rehabilitation Counseling) from Penn State University and her B.S. degree in Rehabilitation Services from Wright State University in Dayton, OH. During Meghan’s undergraduate and graduate degree programs, she was a student employee in the disability support services offices at both Wright State and Penn State Universities doing one:one personal care for students, test proctoring and office assistant work.
When not at TCNJ, Meghan enjoys spending time with family.
Dixita Malatesta, MA, NCC
Learning Specialist – email@example.com
Dixita has been with the Lion Plus Program since 2016. She completed her B.A. in Journalism/Media Studies and a minor in Psychology at Rutgers University and her M.A. in Counseling from TCNJ. She is currently working towards being a LPC. Dixita writes, “I am thrilled to work with college students that can benefit from the program and provide them with the necessary support to be successful in college.” In her free time, Dixita is spending time with her husband and two very spirited boys, traveling to new places, reading, and trying out new restaurants.
Disability Specialist – firstname.lastname@example.org
Kyla Tucker is the newest member of the team, and joined the Accessibility Resource Center (ARC) July 2019. As the Disability Specialist, Kyla works primarily with first year students and students who are newly connected with the ARC. In her role, she reviews student documentation and facilitates the accommodations process by establishing reasonable and appropriate accommodations. Kyla completed her B.A. in Psychology with a minor in Architectural Engineering Technology at the University of Hartford, and her M.Ed. in Administration of Higher Education at Suffolk University. Outside of work, Kyla enjoys spending time with family and friends, experiencing new restaurants, and attending music events in the Philadelphia-Area.
Lynn Ann Cornell
Program Assistant – email@example.com
Lynn Ann Cornell is the Program Assistant for the Accessibility Resource Center at TCNJ. She is the initial contact for students, parents, faculty and prospective students, answering questions and providing information on the main processes of the Center. She guides students through the onboarding process, and oversees the test proctoring service that the office provides. She is a graduate of Hollins University in Virginia, with a B.A. in English. Outside of work, she is an active amateur musician, loves animals, travel and visiting with her grown children in north Jersey and Atlanta.