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Meet Our Advisors:

Look below for the Advisor (alphabetical order) on your campus who advises for your Program of Study.

All on-campus advising sessions will be by appointment only. Please email the advisor for your program about on-campus scheduling options.

Note: face coverings and social distancing practices will be required for any on-campus meeting.

Tiffany Billingslea

Eclectic lover of music, very friendly and patient, an adventurous foodie, ballet enthusiast.

Headshot of Tiffany BillingsleaAcademic Advisor
Marietta and Paulding Campuses
Office: 770-528-4452

What programs do you advise for?

Favorite movie: Sister Act 2: Back in the Habit

Favorite color: Purple

What is your educational background? I have a Master’s of Education in School Counseling.

What was my most unique travel experience? Touring the city of London and viewing Stonehenge.

Best advice for students? It’s not how you start; it’s how you finish.

Donna Boutilier

Quirky, outgoing, left-handed, positive thinker, classically trained musician, I walk into things.

Headshot Donna BoutilierAcademic Advisor
Canton and North Metro Campuses
Office: 770-529-2334

What programs do you advise for?

My perfect day? A mini vacation away from it all…at the lake with a good book and grilling out.

Favorite Quote: Without struggle, there is no progress.

Bucket List: I would love to visit every country in the world.

Advice for students: College is a journey…enjoy it, embrace it, and don’t be afraid to change your path along the way.

Arlene Collins

Virgin Islander, life counselor, traveler, television addict, young at heart.

Headshot Arlene CollinsAcademic Advisor
Marietta Campus
Office: 770-528-4598

What programs do you advise for?

Favorite place to go to unwind during the Spring and Summer months: Six Flags Over Georgia.

Favorite Movie: Pretty Woman.

Most used emoji: Hearts.

Words I live by: There is no such word as “can’t.”

Best part of my job: Meeting students from various countries and backgrounds and encouraging them to meet their educational goals.

Renee Love

Broadway enthusiast, obsessed with books, friendly, roller coaster rider, beach lover.

Headshot Renee LoveAcademic Advisor
Appalachian and North Metro Campuses
Office: 706-253-4871

What programs do you advise for?

What is your educational background? Bachelor of Arts in History from the University of Tennessee.

Favorite ride at Six Flags? Goliath.

Best advice for new students? Push yourself to step out of your comfort zone. Be open to learning new things, meeting new people, and attending campus events.

Wendy Matthis

Coffee shop enthusiast, open-minded, bubbly personality, lover of Chicago deep dish pizza and house music.

Headshot Wendy MatthisAcademic Advisor
Marietta and Mountain View Campuses
Office: 770-528-4997

What programs do you advise for?

What’s your other dream job? Go on tour with Beyoncé as a backup singer.

Favorite App? Texture (magazine app).

Most recent proudest moment: Graduating from LSU with a Master of Arts Degree in Education with an emphasis in Higher Education Administration & Student Affairs.

Best thing about working in Higher Education: Seeing students on their very first day of college, and then seeing them again two years later walking across the stage at graduation, knowing that they are completing their academic goals.

Best advice for new students: Take some time to learn more about all of the resources provided on campus in an effort to be well equipped throughout your academic journey.

James (Jim) Moore

Football fanatic, coffee connoisseur, cat guy, Santa lookalike.

Headshot Jim MooreAcademic Advisor
Marietta Campus
Office: 770-975-4021

What programs do you advise for? 

What is your educational background? Mid-Atlantic Christian University, Cincinnati Christian University, University of Cincinnati, Georgia State University.

What are your hobbies? Gardening, DIY, and travel.

What is your favorite movie? The Hunt for Red October.

What is your favorite food? Burgers.

Best advice for students? It’s great to have a life plan; however, it’s important to be willing to adapt and change direction, if needed.

Helen Rhoads

Wrestling fan, theater nerd, education enthusiast.

Headshot Helen RhoadsAcademic Advisor
Marietta Campus
Office: 770-528-5816

What programs do you advise for? 

Favorite place on earth? Far side of the lake at Vogel State Park.

Guilty Pleasure TV show? LIVE PD, Fridays on A&E, and anything WWE.

Where is a good place to eat lunch in Marietta? Try Pita Street Food, just down South Cobb Drive.

Favorite thing about Chattahoochee Tech? Preparing students for the workforce.

Best advice for new students? Manage your time and don’t let it manage you.

Judy Roberts

Unflappable, patient, sugar addict, pack rat who enjoys travel, reading, spending time with family and friends.

Headshot Judy RobertsAcademic Advisor
Mountain View and Woodstock Campuses
Office: 770-509-6354

What programs do you advise for? 

Mistakes: We’ve all made them. Let’s move forward. Chatt Tech is a great place for new beginnings.

Why do I enjoy advising students? I like turning negative thinking into positive actions.

What makes me proud? Maintaining friendships. I still have three close friends I met before the age of five.

What was my most unique travel experience? Fingal’s Cave off the coast of the Isle of Mull in Scotland.

What was my worst travel experience? Ask me about the time I rode a bike off the side of a volcano.

My advice for every student: Ask questions. Listen to answers. Research on your own.

Meet Our Leadership Team:

Corey Cantrell

Pet parent, aspiring manager of the Atlanta Braves, exercise bike enthusiast, coffee addict

Headshot Corey Cantrell

Academic Advisement Coordinator
Southern Campuses: Marietta, Mountain View, and Paulding
Office: 770-975-4096

How long have your worked at CTC? Since 2014.

What is your educational background? Bachelor of Arts in History from Kennesaw State University; Master of Arts in History from Georgia State University.

What is your favorite academic subject? History.

Favorite place in metro Atlanta? Truist Park.

Best advice for new students: College is a transformative experience. Embrace it.

Michelle Martin

Avid reader, binge-watcher, 80’s music enthusiast, coffee connoisseur, quick witted.

Headshot Michelle CapozziAcademic Advisement Coordinator
Northern Campuses: Appalachian, Canton,
Woodstock, and North Metro
Office: 706-253-4869

What is your educational background? I have a Master’s Degree of Education in Emotional/Behavioral Disorders.

What is your favorite academic subject? Psychology.

Favorite lunch spot at the Canton campus? Okinawa Steak and Sushi.

Best advice for new students: Use your time wisely. If you have breaks in between classes, use our Library or Success Centers to get homework done so you won’t have to worry about it at home.

Bethany Schultz

Introvert, coffee lover, book collector, owned by cats, budding chef.

Headshot Bethany SchultzDirector of Advising
Office: 770-529-2305

Interesting fact about me: I’ve seen Jimmy Buffett in concert every year since 1991.

Most used app on my phone: Words with Friends.

Best part of my job: Being able to see growth, whether it’s in students, staff, or colleagues. Seeing positive change and growth.

Best advice for new students: Don’t be afraid to ask a question. Ever.