EL Team Members

The Experiential-Learning (EL) Team promotes Real-World Ready activities, mentors faculty and students, and presents training workshops.

Jamie Davis Kellen Gilbert
Jamie Davis-Tubbs, RN, MSN, CEN
Instructor, School of Nursing


Kellen Gilbert, Ph.D.
Professor of Anthropology
The Woman's Hospital Professor


Minh Huynh

 Danny Lee
Minh Huynh, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of MIS
Department of Marketing and 
Supply Chain Management 

Danny Lee, Ph.D., APRN-BC, CNE
Assistant Professor, Nursing
RN to BSN Coordinator & LPN Adviser


Amber Narro

                 Not Pictured
Amber J. Narro, Ph.D.
Professor & Undergraduate Coordinator
Dept. of Languages and Communication
Coordinator for Online Learning

Ziba Rashidian, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, English
Graduate Coordinator


Mohammad Saadeh  Elizabeth Sanders

Mohammad Saadeh, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, Engineering Technology
Engineering Technology Coordinator

Elizabeth Sanders, MLIS
LS 102 Coordinator
Reference/Instruction Librarian

Susan Tufts  Cherissa Vitter

Susan G. Tufts MSN, RN
Faculty & Program Coordinator
Health Systems Management
Department of Health & Human Sciences

Cherissa Vitter
International Baccalaureate Coordinator
Department of Teaching and Learning
Teacher Resident Site Coordinator

Brian Williams


Brian M. Williams, MA, ACSM EP-C
Instructor, Kinesiology and Health Studies





The EL Team and The National Society for Experiential Education

National Society for Experiential Education

Southeastern Louisiana University is a member of the National Society for Experiential Education (NSEE). This society, founded in 1971, sponsors an annual conference to “bring together experiential educators who aspire to provide intentional, effective, and educationally focused experiences to our students in an ever increasingly connected global environment.” Southeastern's membership is maintained by the Office of Experiential Learning and provides for EL Team attendance of the annual NSEE conference.

National Society for Experiential EducationInformation and experiences learned at the conference are brought back by the EL Team and presented at four faculty lunches each academic year. These presentations spread and maximize the benefit and impact of the conference experience to Southeastern’s faculty.