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Student Accessibility Services

Meet the Staff

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Margaret Camp
Director
mmcamp@clemson.edu

Bio
Margaret earned her B.A. in philosophy and B.S. in psychology from Guilford College and her M.Ed. in school psychology from UNC Chapel Hill. She began her career working in North Carolina for a commission that bridged the UNC system with the governor's office to develop educational outcomes for K-12, and she worked for the Autism Research Center in Chapel Hill. Margaret joined SAS in August 2015. Her role as director involves leading a team of dedicated staff members who work to ensure that all students have access to Clemson University spaces, curricula and resources. 

Q&A

  • If you could give any piece of advice to your college self, what would it be? 
    “Slow down and enjoy the journey  everything works out in the end.” 
  • What is your favorite quote? 
    "There's a crack in everything  that's how the light gets in."  Leonard Cohen
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Hunter Duncan, Ph.D.
Assistant Director, Academic
hdunca3@clemson.edu 

Bio
Hunter earned her B.A. in English with a Spanish minor from Linfield University, her M.A. in English from Chapman University and her Ph.D. in English from Marquette University. She started her career as an Access Consultant at Purdue University. Hunter has been with SAS since July 2022. Her primary role as assistant director (academic) includes working with students requesting academic accommodations. She collaborates with faculty, participates in various committees and works with campus partners.

Q&A

  • If you could give any piece of advice to your college self, what would it be?  
    “Take everything one day at a time.” 
  • What is your favorite self-care activity?  
    Baking cookies
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Jamie Martin
Assistant Director, Auxiliary
jmart39@clemson.edu 

Bio 
Jamie earned her B.A. in religion from Converse College and master's in human resource development from Clemson University. She began her career as a registered behavior technician in K-12 schools in a local district. Jamie joined SAS in November 2018. Her primary role as assistant director (auxiliary) includes working with students requesting accommodations for barriers experienced outside the classroom. Typically, these discussions relate to housing and dining. She also connects with campus partners to understand their processes, services and timelines, allowing SAS to better support students. 

Q&A 

  • If you could give any piece of advice to your college self, what would it be?  
    “Slow down, breathe and enjoy this moment! You are made to be a life-long learner. Your path may have bends and curves, and you don't have to know all of the details about where you're going just yet. When you meet challenges, remember that you CAN do hard things!” 
  • What is your favorite quote? 
     "Learning isn't a way of reaching one's potential but rather a way of developing it." Anders Ericsson 
  • What is your favorite self-care activity?  
    “I love spending time with my family. I am married with two children. Their laughs and giggles bring me all kinds of joy!

Vacant
Administrative Assistant 

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Chani Wilborne
Testing Center and Data Manager 
cwilbor@clemson.edu 

Bio

Chani earned her B.S. in polymer and fiber chemistry from Clemson University and her M.S. in management from Wake Forest University. She started her career as an office manager at her family’s trucking company. Chani has been with SAS since September 2014. Her role as testing center and data manager involves scheduling accommodated exams, maintaining student records, coordinating the equipment loan program and reviewing parking and transportation accommodations requests. She also serves as the primary administrator for data management software and oversees document retention.

Q&A 

  • If you could give any piece of advice to your college self, what would it be?  
    “Speak up. You have lots to say.” 
  • What is your favorite quote 
    "A woman is free if she lives by her own standards and creates her own destiny, if she prizes her individuality and puts no boundaries on her hopes for tomorrow." Mary McLeod Bethune
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Nancy Dunne
Communication Services Coordinator 
nlassit@clemson.edu 

Bio

Nancy earned her degree in American Sign Language/Spoken English Interpreting with a minor in Technical Theatre from Maryville College. She began her career as an interpreter at the University of Georgia and spent a decade working for the South Carolina Department of Mental Health. Nancy has been with SAS since January 2012. Her role as communication services coordinator involves coordinating interpreting and captioning services for Deaf and Hard of Hearing students in curricular and co-curricular activities.

Q&A 

  • If you could give any piece of advice to your college self, what would it be?  
    “Study a second spoken language!!!” 
  • What is your favorite quote?  
    "Give me a place to stand and a lever, and I will move the world." Archemides
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Erica King
Access Coordinator 
edking@clemson.edu 

Bio 

Erica earned her B.S. in recreation and parks management from West Virginia University, her Master of Education from the University of Mary Washington, her Postgraduate Certificate in Instructional Design from the University of Wisconsin Stout, and her Postgraduate Certificate in Online Teaching from Clemson University. She began her career as a special education teacher and educational diagnostician. Erica joined SAS in November 2022. Her role as access coordinator involves consulting with students and reviewing their documentation to determine reasonable accommodations for access to the academic experience at Clemson University.

Q&A 

  • What is your ideal Saturday? 
    “My ideal Saturday would include kayaking on the lake, hiking in the woods and sitting by the firepit at the end of the day.” 
  • What is your favorite quote?  
    “Often when you think you're at the end of something, you're at the beginning of something else” Fred Rogers

Graduate Assistants

Mallory Case
Graduate Assistant
mcase2@clemson.edu

Bio
Mallory earned her B.A. in psychology from Kent State University. Born and raised in Ohio, she made the move south to begin studying at Clemson University working towards her M.Ed./Ed.S. in counselor education with a concentration in school counseling. She joined SAS in June 2023.

Q&A

  • What is your favorite quote?
    "Everything happens for a reason."
  • If you could give your college-self one piece of advice, what would it be?
    Take advantage of all the opportunities and get as involved as much as possible.

Namour Johnson
Graduate Assistant
namourj@clemson.edu 

Bio 
Namour earned her B.A. in philosophy with a concentration in mental health and a minor in legal studies at the University of Oregon. She recently moved to South Carolina to begin studying at Clemson University, making it the 8th state she has lived in, and is earning her M.Ed./Ed.S. in counselor education with a concentration in clinical mental health counseling. She joined SAS in August 2023.

Q&A 

  • What is your ideal Saturday? 
    My ideal Saturday is relaxing at home with my cats and going to brunch at a new restaurant. It's always nice to have a lazy Saturday and sometimes no plans are the best plans!
  • If you could give any piece of advice to your college self, what would it be?  
    Enjoy the journey and cherish the friendships you make.

Garrett Paschal
Graduate Assistant
gwpasch@clemson.edu 

Bio
Garrett earned his B.A. in Communication Studies and Religion at the University of Georgia. He is happy to return to his home state and study at Clemson University, working towards an M.Ed./Ed.S. in counselor education with a concentration in clinical mental health counseling. He joined SAS in August 2023.

Q&A

  • What is your ideal Saturday?
    My ideal Saturday consists of waking up and having a slow morning with coffee and a book, and then getting outdoors for a mountain bike ride followed by tacos.
  • If you could give any piece of advice to your college self, what would it be?
    Leave your expectations behind and see every person and experience as an opportunity to connect and grow.