Kaiya Jennings joins the Lane Center for Service and Leadership as faith and service coordinator. In this new position, Jennings will oversee service initiatives and spiritual programming in collaboration with the Lane Center and the chaplaincy. She also serves as the primary contact for faith-based student organizations.
Established in 2002 as a focal point of community service and engagement and to serve as a national role model for other colleges and communities, The Lane Center strives to prepare students for life-long learning and community engagement through active and diverse opportunities in the Wesleyan and Macon communities.
Jennings earned a Master of Divinity from Virginia Union University, a Master of Sacred Theology from Boston University, and a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Virginia State University. She is working to complete her Doctorate of Ministry at Duke University. Her career has included youth development, politics, and ministry.
Erica White began serving as Wesleyan’s director of residence life and community standards in February. She also will serve as Wesleyan’s chief judicial officer, overseeing the implementation of the College’s Honor Code and judicial processes.
White earned a Master of Education degree in higher education administration from North Carolina State University and undergraduate degrees in business administration and hospitality management from the University of South Carolina Beaufort. She has extensive experience in academic advising and in housing and residence life. Most recently White worked at Kennesaw State University as an area coordinator.