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Stacy Floyd

Stacy Floyd

Plant Operations Coordinator

Dr. Kyle Fox

Kyle Fox

Assistant Professor of Communication

Khatrina Franklin

Khatrina Franklin

Custodian

Shandy Frey

Shandy Frey

Librarian – Research, Instruction, and Engagement

Lavarria Fudge

Custodian

Nicole Fullard

Fullard, Nicole

Lecturer of Nursing

Julie Fusco

Julie Fusco

Anatomy & Physiology Lab Instructor
Camden Faculty/Staff

Dr. Leon Gardner

Associate Professor of Chemistry

Dr. Gardner grew up in Erie, Pennsylvania. He has a Bachelor’s degree and a Masters degree in Aerospace Engineering from Penn State University, and a Ph.D. in Physical Chemistry from Kent State University. He enjoys reading science fiction and urban fantasy books, going to the movies, and solving diagramless and crostic puzzles. Gardner teaches mostly principles of chemistry for science majors, as well as physical chemistry. His research interests in science focus on applying computational chemistry to topics in climate science. He is currently developing two specific projects. The first one is how ions in the seawater affect the hydration of carbon dioxide. This is connected to the large issue of ocean acidification. The second project is how carbon dioxide in the atmosphere might affect the hydrogen-bonding in complexes of atmospherically-important acids. This is connected to the larger issue of acid rain. The College has a program called “Gaussian 16,” which is research-level software that is capable of carrying out ab initio and semi-empirical calculations on a wide variety of systems.

Dr. Bill Garlen

Director of Business Innovation Development

Bill Garlen is a seasoned management and leadership professional with diverse credentials that combine tactical leadership, corporate executive management, marketing, communications and human resources expertise. Garlen spent years as a business entrepreneur and has a background of achieving success in television, media, music, consulting, corporate, and proprietary business environments. His teaching background includes over 20 years experience in diverse adult education. Additionally, he spent several years in corporate training consulting where he designed, developed and taught courses online and in the classroom. Corporate courses developed include topics in business, management, leadership, marketing, mechanical engineering, real estate, appraisal, adult continuing education, occupational skills, safety and a wide range of computerized applications.

Garlen worked his way from the entry level up to executive management in large corporations, trained as a military officer, owned successful businesses and led a number of volunteer organizations. He served on the Boards of Directors of publicly traded companies. As a board member he served as a lead director, and as chairman of both the audit and compensation committees. He still serves on community boards with Rayonier and the Federal Correctional Institute in Jesup. His knowledge in balancing state, federal and institutional requirements with the practical needs of academic, business and industrial organizations provides him with a unique insight into business, management, and leadership with a unique ability to communicate real world knowledge to his students.

Garlen is a member of the American Association for Adult and Continuing Education, International Leadership Association, Learning and Development Center of Excellence and Education Technology and eLearning Professionals. At the College of Coastal Georgia he assists in administering and overseeing programs in the School of Business and Public Affairs, supports the development and coordination of the various curriculums in the School, coordinates the use of part-time faculty (recruitment, text selection, and orientation) and assists in assessment activities of the various programs within the school. In addition Garlen serves on the College of Coastal Georgia Curriculum Committee, the Web Oversight Committee, and on numerous faculty and staff search committees.

Tashania Garner

Tashania Garner

Director of Student Well-Being and Support

Jeffrey Garrett

Garrett, Jeffrey

Clinical Laboratory Assistant

Dr. Caroline Geiken

Caroline Geiken

Professor of Practice of Special Education

Dr. Geiken received her Doctorate of Education, Curriculum and Instruction from Argosy University. She received her Master of Early Childhood from Armstrong Atlantic, and her Bachelor of Arts, Elementary Education and Special Education from Calvin College. In 2016, Dr. Geiken was awarded the Lillie Moncus Special Education Administrator of the Year. Her professional affiliations include Phi Delta Kappa, Council of Exceptional Children, and the Georgia Educators Association. Before joining the Coastal Georgia faculty, Dr. Geiken worked for the Glynn County School System as Director of Special Education for six years. Prior to that, she was the Special Education Coordinator and Special Education Teacher for the Glynn County School System.

Mylynda Gill

Mylynda Gill
Librarian, Assistant Professor

Michael Gomez

Receiving and Mailroom Coordinator

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Nathaniel Graham

Audio Visual & Telecommunications Specialist

Dr. Laura Grantham

Laura Grantham

Assistant Professor of Nursing

Grantham earned her Doctorate of Nursing Practice in education and leadership from American Sentinel College of Nursing at Post University. She earned both her Masters of Science in Nursing (Adult Nurse Practitioner), and her Bachelors of Science in Nursing from Armstrong Atlantic State University (now part of Georgia Southern University). Prior to that, she earned her Associate of Science in Nursing from Coastal Georgia Community College (now the College of Coastal Georgia). Her professional affiliations include Sigma Theta Tau, the American Nurses Association, and the Georgia Nurses Association.

Bryant Gray

Director of Athletic Communications

Dr. Jennifer Gray

Jennifer Gray

Professor of English & Writing Center Coordinator

Kylie Greene

Kylie Greene

Campus Services Coordinator

Bruce Grimes

Bruce Grimes

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