Employment and Staff
Interviews for new Team QUEST facilitators are held each academic year. If you would like to learn more about becoming part of the Team QUEST crew please download the Team QUEST Facilitator Job Description. If interested in becoming a part of our team, please visit the Recreation & Wellness Employment page and complete the on-line application.
Our Team QUEST staff includes a diverse group of individuals and this provides us with the opportunity to conduct peer based facilitation. With staff members ranging from professionals, graduate students, and undergraduate students, we are intentional about pairing groups to the most appropriate staff members. Below are just a few of the great TQ facilitators we have working for us.
Meet Our Staff
Assistant Director, Recreation & Wellness
Director, Team QUEST
Frannie earned a Masters in Parks and Recreation Management in 2013 and is currently pursuing a second Masters in Peace and Conflict Studies from UNC Greensboro, as well as a Post Baccalaureate Certification in Peace and Conflict Studies from UNC Greensboro.
“I most enjoy those moments when participants reach a connection with each other that they didn’t have previously. Sometimes it is a quiet look or gesture and sometimes someone screams for gets really excited. Having the privilege to participate in these experiences means I have the best job ever!”
Dr. Jessica McCall
Dr. McCall has her Ph.D. from UNC Greensboro in Curriculum and Teaching and is a current Basic Course Director in Communication Studies here at UNC Greensboro.
Natasha is working towards her bachelors majoring in Public Health Education and minoring in American Sign Language and Communication Studies. She is very active on campus working as a Tutor for Special Support Services, A Peer Academic Leader, A Registration Assistant, A Labor Monitor in Special Support Services and a Special Events Technician at the EUC.
“I enjoy connecting with participants from such an array of backgrounds. Not only do I facilitate their process with experiential education but they impact and increase my growth as a facilitator as well. It is a learning experience for everyone that goes beyond anything that could ever be obtained in a classroom.”
Eileen has her M.S. in Computer Engineering from Michigan State University as well as her M.S. in Community Counseling and Ed.S. in Marriage and Family Counseling, both from UNC Greensboro. Eileen is the director of TigerLife Consulting, providing leadership coaching, team development experiences, and personal growth opportunities for businesses and individuals. Eileen is also a Feedback Coach/Adjunct Staff for the Center for Creative Leadership.
“I like being a facilitator with Team QUEST because I get to help people create life-changing opportunities out of every day learning experiences. It is exciting to watch people stretch into new possibilities for themselves.”