Alicia Golston is the Coordinator for New Student, Parent, and Family Programs since July 2013. She has been a Coordinator for Housing and Residence Life at Western Kentucky University in Bowling Green, KY for five years where she oversaw three co-ed residential communities. Prior to joining Western Kentucky University, she worked as an Assistant Area Coordinator at The University of Memphis for two year where she oversaw a 500 bed female residence hall with living learning communities. She is also an adjunct professor for the Sociology department and has taught: Introduction to Sociology, Race and Ethnic Relations, and Sociology of Gender. Alicia is very involved with Student Affairs professional organizations such as SEAHO, ASCA, SACSA, and is the current President of KAHO. In the spring of 2013, Alicia received the SEAHO Service Award.
Alicia received her BA and MA in Sociology from The University of Memphis and is currently pursuing her Ed.D. in Educational Leadership with an emphasis in Postsecondary Leadership at Western Kentucky University. A native of Memphis, Tennessee, she loves to cook, listen to music, and spend time with her family and friends.
A true sociologist, Alicia is excited about the opportunity to sail and interact with various groups of people and cultures to enhance the student development of others and enrich their life experiences.