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GSU Atlanta Campus:

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GSU Perimeter College Campuses:

Students are advised at both Clarkston and Dunwoody Campuses. Click on the Perimeter Campuses ISSS Staff tab below.

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Jody Pritt

Director - All Campuses

Fun Fact: Jody once starred in a commercial selling lawn care supplies while living in China.

Jody is the Director of International Student & Scholar Services.  Her career trajectory in international education began almost 20 years ago when she was teaching English in China.  She received her Bachelor’s Degree in International Affairs from Marshall University where she also received her Master’s Degree in Student Affairs Counseling.  During her graduate studies, she tailored her internship and practicum requirements to supporting the needs of international students studying in the United States.  Currently, Jody is studying towards her Doctorate Degree in Educational Leadership and Policy Analysis at the University of Missouri-Columbia.  In 2012, she was a CIES Fulbright Recipient in South Korea and in 2014, she was awarded the Excellence in Diversifying International Education from Diversity Abroad. While traveling is always favorite activity for her, she also enjoys discovering new podcasts, and studying geography.


Drew Webster

Assistant Director for Scholar Services (H-1B, TN, Permanent Residency Specialist)

Fun Fact: Drew has done comedy improv, where he pretended to be riding a dinosaur in front of other grownups.

Drew's role in ISSS is to advise all GSU faculty, researchers, and staff who are being sponsored by their departments on issues regarding the filing of employment-based visas and green cards, while also overseeing the J-1 scholar program. Drew is a native of Birmingham, Alabama. He earned a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Sewanee: The University of the South. He has also received a second undergraduate degree and a Master’s degree in Film Studies from, respectively, the University of Canterbury in Christchurch, New Zealand and the University of Edinburgh in Scotland. Inspired by his time as an international student, Drew then went on to work for the Humphrey Fellowship Program at Vanderbilt, a Fulbright exchange with educational leaders from developing nations and emerging economies. Drew also previously worked for Georgia State advising F-1 and J-1 students. Drew comes to us from The University of Texas at Austin, where he worked with J-1 scholars, employment-based visas, and green card petitions. Drew is a major film and history buff and enjoys poring over maps, hiking, and photography.


Allie Seay

Assistant Director for Student Services 

Fun Fact: Allie has studied percussion (classical and jazz) since she was 10 years old.

She hails from Liberty, South Carolina and relocated to Atlanta to join the ISSS team in 2016. After graduating from Presbyterian College in 2009 with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology and a double minor in International Studies and German, she went on to achieve a Master of Arts in International Education from the School for International Training in Brattleboro, Vermont. She has studied and lived in Germany, which generated a passion for travel and learning of new cultures. Allie enjoys the outdoors, live music and walks with her doggo, Chico!

Kristina Guinn

Senior International Student Advisor

Fun Fact:  Kristina loves meeting new people!

As the daughter of an immigrant, Kristina witnessed her mom’s triumphs and failures as she navigated life in a new country. This perspective has fueled Kristina’s passion to meet and help International Students and Visitors. While pursuing her bachelor’s degree in Spanish at Missouri State University, Kristina began working with International Students. For almost 20 years, she worked in the International Services Office at Missouri State before joining Georgia State University’s International Student & Scholar Office in August, 2021. Her interests include spending time with her two children and husband, practicing Spanish, exploring/traveling, and playing games.


Destiny DeJournett

International Student Advisor

Fun Fact: Destiny has an amusing fascination with the British Royal Family.

Destiny currently serves as an International Student Advisor. Destiny earned her Bachelor of Arts in English with a minor in Technical Writing, from Albany State University in 2012. Destiny has studied abroad in Barcelona Spain and participated in a medical internship in Cuzco, Peru. Upon graduating from ASU, Destiny started a career in Higher Education working as an Admissions Counselor/Recruiter for Albany State University. Destiny enjoys art museums, traveling, writing poetry, and listening to various genres of music. Destiny comes to us from Life University where she served as an International Admissions Counselor.



Katie McClure

International Student Advisor

Fun Fact:  Katie has a 5-year-old ball python named Khaleesi that enjoys long naps under a log and exploring her new home.

Katie currently serves ISSS as an International Student Advisor. Originally from Chicagoland, she received her undergraduate degree in International Studies and Asian Studies from the University of Wisconsin–Madison, where she studied abroad in China twice. Her love for higher education and international cultures led her to a master’s degree at Indiana University–Bloomington in Higher Education and Student Affairs and a graduate assistantship with its Office of International Services. When she is not at work, Katie enjoys reading fantasy and Chinese history books, hiking, Big10 football, board games, and biking around Piedmont Park. Katie loves traveling and is working on completing a culinary tour of Atlanta!



Charlotte Roulet

International Admissions Coordinator

Fun Fact: Charlotte likes to visit filming locations from her favorite movies and TV shows when she travels. Her favorite location so far is Chatsworth House, where Pride & Prejudice (2005) was filmed.

Charlotte currently serves as the International Admissions Coordinator for ISSS. Originally from Bellingham, Washington, she received her bachelor’s degree with a double major in French and Linguistics and a double minor in Music and TESOL from Western Washington University.  During her undergraduate studies, Charlotte had the opportunity to study abroad in Chambéry, France, and Oslo, Norway. She went on to pursue a master’s degree in International Education Management from the Middlebury Institute of International Studies in Monterey, California. In her free time, she enjoys being outside, playing DND, and reading medieval French literature.


Meng Sun

International Student Coordinator

Fun Fact: Meng served as an interpreter for FIS Snowboarding Junior World Championships and World Championships of Snowboarding.

Meng currently advises International Student Associations Council (ISAC) and provides international students and scholars with assistance in health insurance, tax, and tuition waiver. Meng originally comes from Harbin, China. She received her bachelor’s degree in Translation and Interpreting in China and was an exchange student at University of Illinois-Springfield for one semester. Meng also earned her master’s degree in Teaching English as a Second Language from Pennsylvania State University and after graduation, she worked at Penn State’s Intensive English Communication Program, coordinating the tutoring center and teaching ESL. In her spare time, Meng enjoys learning about different cultures and languages from books, movies, and food recipes.



Carlos M. García

Student Support Specialist

Fun Fact: Carlos has hiked the “Camino de Santiago” pilgrimage in northern Spain!

Carlos currently manages front office operations and assists our International Students and Scholars at the Atlanta campus. He comes to us from Kennesaw State University where he earned his bachelor’s degree in Business Management. After graduating from KSU, Carlos taught English in Spain for three years and obtained a Master's in International Education at the University of Alcalá. He enjoys exploring Atlanta on his bicycle and loves going to neighborhood festivals. His favorite hobbies are camping and hiking, and he has worked as an Outdoor Adventures Trip Leader and Camp Counselor. Carlos loves learning about different cultures and he is currently studying French and Catalan. Carlos also enjoys traveling, playing guitar, painting, photography, meditating, eating out, and game nights! 




International Student Scholar ServicesVeronique Barnes

Associate Director, DSO, Perimeter College ISSS

Fun Fact:  Veronique was born on the 37 square-mile French and Dutch Caribbean island of Saint Martin/Sint Maarten and was an F-1 student.

Veronique has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology from Stetson University and an Master of Science degree in Counselor Education from Florida International University. Veronique has over 20 years of experience as an international educator. She is passionate about helping students from around the world to attain their academic and personal goals and to have a positive experience in the United States. Veronique lived in Aruba for two years and has travelled to Europe, South America, and throughout the Caribbean. She treasures time with her family and enjoys travelling, especially to warm and sunny places.



International Student Scholar ServicesDeborah Livingston

Senior International Student Advisor, DSO, Perimeter College - Clarkston

Fun Fact: Deborah is a Georgia native! She was born and raised in Gwinnett County, which is part of the metropolitan Atlanta area.

Deborah joined Perimeter College in 2002. Previously, she worked at Gwinnett Technical College in Admissions, the Registrar’s Office and eventually in the Information Technology. Deborah assisted with building the online registration system that is still in use at Gwinnett Technical College. Deborah has attended several colleges including Georgia State University and the former Georgia Perimeter College. She loves spending time with her four children, relaxing outside, hiking and reading.



International Student Scholar ServicesTacoma Robinson

International Student Advisor, DSO, Perimeter College - Dunwoody

Fun Fact: Tacoma’s brother was an artist. In his memory, her art collecting hobby helps to support other artists.

Tacoma has worked for Perimeter College since November 2007 and has over thirteen years of immigration advisement experience.  She loves working with International Students and assisting them to achieve their educational dreams in the United States. Tacoma is a Floridian but has lived in Georgia for thirty years. She enjoys domestic and international travel, and spending quality time with her family.



Christine Haraldson

Graduate Administrative Assistant

Fun Fact: Christine is a major Harry Potter fan.

Christine is originally from Sweden and she was a competitive tennis player growing up which led to her earning an athletic scholarship at University at Buffalo. She completed her bachelor's degree in Business Administration with a concentration in finance and is now pursuing her MBA here at Georgia State University.

In her free time, Christine still enjoys playing tennis but also loves going on hikes, spending time with friends and family and trying out new food.


Adam Kamoun

Graduate Administrative Assistant

Fun Fact: Because he is fascinated about interstellar phenomena, he likes to stare at the sky at night when it is cleared in the hope to witness shooting stars.

He comes from Central African Republic, and he has been in Atlanta since 2015. H graduated from Georgia State in December 2019 with a bachelor’s degree in public policy, and he is pursuing his master’s in public policy with a concentration in public finance. In his free time, he usually works out or goes strolling in a nearby park or he simply stays home watching documentaries on ancient civilizations. Also, he likes traveling and learning about different cultures worldwide. He has either lived or visited Cameroon, Morocco and France, and he plans on visiting many more in the future.





Providence Blalock

Student Assistant

Fun Fact:  Providence was once the president of a cappella group.

Providence is a second-year special education major and she wants to teach middle school. She is in a sorority; Alpha Omicron Pi and is always with her sorority sisters. Providence is an aunt to two nieces,  Selena, and Natalya. She loves thrifting and listening to sza. If she could travel anywhere in the world, she would go to Spain.



Gabi Tehrani

Student Assistant

Fun Fact: I am a citizen in three countries: Finland, Iran, and the United States. 

I am a freshman student majoring in psychology. I was born and raised here in Atlanta, alongside my sister Rose, and brother Daniel, who also attended and graduated from GSU. Prior to attending GSU, I trained as a pre-professional dancer at Atlanta Ballet. During this time, I had the opportunity to attend summer dance programs in New York City and Boston, and in 2019, I had the privilege of accompanying Atlanta Ballet’s main company on tour to the Kennedy Center in Washington, DC. Other than dancing, I enjoy taking walks, reading, listening to music, and spending time with my family and friends. 




Gaby Moreno

Student Assistant

Fun Fact: Gaby volunteered as a tutor for a non-profit that focused on helping kids in Peru struggling with their education due to the COVID 19 pandemic.

Gaby is currently a sophomore at GSU pursuing a Marketing degree. She was born and raised in Lima, Peru and moved to the US in 2018. At GSU, Gaby is part of the Alpha Xi Delta sorority and she recently joined Model UN. Her biggest interest is fashion and in her free time she likes hanging out with my friends, going out to eat and exploring Atlanta!