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Meet the Staff


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Henderson Hill III

Henderson is from Kansas City, MO and currently resides in Nashville, TN. He attended Tennessee State University where he received a Bachelor of Arts degree in English. He also attended the University of Missouri-Kansas City where he received a Master of Arts degree in Educational Administration (with an emphasis in Urban Leadership in Higher Education). He is a member of
Alpha Phi Omega National Service Fraternity, Inc.
and Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc.



Administrative Assistant

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A Clarksville native, Tammy has had the opportunity to see “Queen City” and the diversity of our community grows, thus becoming “Gateway to the New South.” A married mother of two college age children, a son that attends APSU, and a daughter attending UChicago, she knows the importance of a Student Center that openly and warmly welcomes everyone that enters. She is a proud member of the APSU staff and the Wilbur N. Daniel African American Cultural Center.

Graduate Assistants

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Roderick also known as "Rod" is from Memphis, TN.His professional goal is to work with entertainment media. He desires to be successful in every aspect of life. He is a member of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. His hobbies include producing and writing music for various artists in Clarksville.

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Michael Ervin, originally from Alexandria, Alabama, is a Graduate Student at APSU studying Choral Conducting. He earned his Bachelor of Arts in Music from Jacksonville State University. Michael has been highly active in church music ministries since he was fourteen years old. His professional goal is to become a better conductor and musician.


Social Media and Marketing Assistant

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Kiana is currently a sophomore and a Communications Major. She enjoys meeting new people and smiling at everyone. Her main priority is to help as much as she can to make the center a welcoming environment to everyone. She is very happy to be working with her WNDAACC Family.



 Student Workers


Tevin Shears

Matthew Santiago


I am a sophomore of Austin Peay State University. I major in Music with a concentration in performance, and I have a minor in Accounting. My favorite hobbies include playing video games, hanging out friends, and listening to most types of music. I hope in the future I can achieve my dream of being a video game musical composer. I enjoy helping others and giving my all toward the center any way I possibly can.


Matthew was born here in Clarksville, TN, but spent the majority of his life overseas in Japan. After a year attending the University of Alaska in Anchorage, he made the decision to transfer to Austin Peay to complete his education. Matthew is currently a junior who is majoring in Biology. He enjoys singing, acting, and helping others.

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Ashton Maltie IV

Alma Adams


Ashton is majoring in Computer Science. He has two minors: mathematics and art.


Alma is a freshman who is majoring in Chemistry and minoring in Forensic Science and Spanish. She enjoys reading, growing plants, and shopping. She is very excited to work at the WNDAACC.


Cortney Grisham

Trisha Cook


Cortney is from Nashville, Tennessee. She is a biology major and a pre-professional health minor. While here at the center, Cortney enjoys assisting others in any way possible. In her spare time she loves to exercise and hang out with family. Cortney’s life goal is to help better the medical conditions of individuals suffering abroad.


I am a freshman at Austin Peay State University. My major is Nursing with a minor in Psychology. My hobbies include reading, shopping, hanging out with friends, and as of the start of college, studying. I enjoy meeting new people and trying different things. I will help anyone to the best of my ability.



Sarah Neely

Daniella McNair


Sarah is currently a freshman and a Forensic Chemistry major. She is a member of the President's Emerging Leaders Program and hopes to join one of the APSU choirs next semester. Her hobbies include singing, playing softball, and reading. She looks forward to having a great year and becoming a part of the WNDAACC family.


Daniella McNair is an upcoming freshman at APSU. She is a native to Clarksville and is excited to start college and meet new people. Her major is undecided, but she has interests in the health sciences and visual communication. She is also a self-taught musician and artist and enjoys playing piano, drawing, and reading.