Antoinette Stanley, MA

Portrait of Antoinette Stanley

Antoinette serves as the Director of Student Success and Recruitment as well as the liaison to the UTeach Urban Teachers Program in the College of Education.  In addition, she advises prospective and current students pursuing majors in Applied Learning and Development and Kinesiology and Health Education.

Antoinette received a bachelor’s degree from Western Kentucky University with majors in psychology and recreation administration. She continued on at Western to complete a Masters of Public Service in Counseling and Masters of Arts in Education in Student Personnel Services.

Prior to working in the College of Education in 2000, Antoinette also worked as an Academic Advisor in McCombs School of Business, Office of the Dean of Students, and Women’s Athletics.  She received a Certificate of Merit from the National Academic Advising Association for Outstanding Advising in 2008. She has been employed at the University of Texas for 30 years.

Support Staff

Yesenia Roman
Graduate Assistant

Yesenia holds a Master’s in Education from The University of Texas at Austin and a Bachelors of Arts from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Yesenia is a Graduate Fellow in the Archer Program in Public Policy where she interned for The University of Texas System- Office of Federal Relations. At UT, Yesenia has worked for the University Unions and the Office of Student Recruitment and Success at the College of Education. Prior to graduate school, Yesenia taught middle school and high school Spanish for three years. She is also a Ronald E. McNair Research Scholar and a Teach For America alumni. 

Enrique Aguayo 
Graduate Assistant

Enrique is a Graduate Assistant for the Office of Student Success and Recruitment. He earned a Bachelor’s of Arts in Psychology with a minor in Social Work from Texas State University. He is a second year master’s student in the College and University Student Personnel Administration (CUSPA) Program at the University of Texas at Austin. His research interest includes Latina/o students in higher education, as well as the role of mental health on their educational success.

Tiffany Guridy
Graduate Assistant

Tiffany earned a Bachelor of Science in Spanish Education from Indiana University. After graduating, she participated in City Year and Teach for America in New York City and Denver, CO. She is currently a master's student in the Program in Higher Education Leadership with a concentration in College and University Student Personnel Administration and works as Graduate Assistant in the Office of Student Success and Recruitment.