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Chris Strong currently serves as an Academic Advisor I at Stephen F. Austin State University.  He will be transitioning to Advisor II this summer as he takes on a new role. He has worked as an Advisor for over 9 years. Chris graduated from SFA in 2011 with a Bachelors in Health Science. He then went on to become the Program Coordinator for the SATIN Grant (Statewide at-risk tracking & intervention for nurses) from 2011 until 2013. Once the grant came to an end, Chris became the primary advisor for the DeWitt School of Nursing. In 2017, Chris went on to further his education at Walden University by receiving a Masters Degree in Health Education and Promotion with an emphasis in Leadership and Management. He has assisted with the School of Nursing’s Student Affairs Committee as well as their Admissions Committee. Over the last few fall semesters, he has also had the opportunity to serve as a Freshman Success Seminar Instructor (SFAS 1101). He looks forward to serving TEXAAN and the East Region. 

Chair Elect

Molly Moody currently serves the Perkins College of Education first-year student population at Stephen F. Austin State University (SFA) as an Academic Advisor I. While she is new to academic advising, she has spent many years in student engagement programming. Since obtaining her Master in Education, Higher Education Student Affairs from the University of North Texas in 2012, she has spent time at Texas Woman’s University, the University of Nebraska- Omaha, and settled back home at SFA. She has a deep passion for first-year students and building programs to continue to support and enhance their collegiate experience. Collaboration and innovation are music to her ears. She would love to connect with you and looks forward to the adventure ahead in service to TEXAAN and the East Region.

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TEXAAN serves as a professional representation of academic advising in Texas by providing professional development, networking, recognition, and dissemination of information. Our goals are to (1) establish a communication network for academic advisors at institutions of higher education in Texas, (2) assist with the implementation of professional standards as defined by NACADA core values of Academic Advising, (3) serve as the liaison for Texas professional, governing, and education agencies, (4) maintain active affiliation with NACADA both regionally and nationally, and (5) offer an annual conference for Texas academic advisors, counselors, and higher education professionals. 



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2400 McCullough Ave, #15882

San Antonio, TX 78212


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