TRiO Student Support Services Staff

The Student Support Services professionals are dedicated and committed individuals who will assist you throughout your college career at Delgado Community College. We believe in making a difference and having a strong impact on all of our students. We welcome you to schedule an appointment to meet with us so that we can begin assisting you throughout your matriculation at Delgado.

Director

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Stacey Robertson

Phone: (504) 671-6437
Cell: (504) 272-7277
Email: srober2@dcc.edu

Stacey Robertson was born in New Orleans, Louisiana she is a graduate of St. Mary's Academy class of 1997. She went on to attend Dillard University and majored in Sociology and Criminal Justice, where she participated in Student Support Services-TRiO. She also worked with the Upward Bound Program while at Dillard University. She refers to herself as a "TRiO Baby" her journey started over 20 years ago. She credits TRiO Student Support Services for her success while in college, and she understands the value of SSS. After graduation, she earned a Master's degree in Social Work from Southern University at New Orleans. She became the Director of Keys of Success Single Parent Residential program at Dillard University. The program's mission and goal are to support non-traditional single student parents. After serving in that capacity, she went on to become the Director of Upward Bound. She truly enjoyed working with pre-collegiate students and assisting in the college choice process. In the future, Ms. Robertson would like to work with programs that support and empower student parents. She was a student parent during her time at Dillard University. She understands the level of support it takes to break the cycle of poverty. Stacey Robertson is married with two children (Maddie and Raymond). She enjoys spending time with her family, going to church, and second lines on Sundays. She lives by the quote: The strongest people are those who win battles we know nothing about- author unknown


Advising Component

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Brandy Bien-Aime
Phone: (504) 671-6721
Cell: (504) 407-1289
Email: bbiena@dcc.edu

Brandy Bien-Aime is a native of the Mississippi Delta and an alumna of Dillard University, where she earned a bachelors degree in Biology.   Brandy returned to her alma mater to serve as a Faculty Fellow with Dillard University’s First-Year Experience Program.  During this time, she advised, mentored and taught a college success skills course to first-year students.  She then transitioned to the Trio Educational Talent Search Program as an Area Coordinator, increasing college access for middle and high school students.   After this position, Brandy took a break from the traditional school setting to focus on homeschooling and youth advocacy. Brandy believes it is everyone‘s birthright to access their potential on all levels of the human experience.  Thus, she plans to continue her studies in the emerging field of Mind Brain Education Science to advance the science of learning in classroom settings.  Brandy’s favorite quote is, “A smile is a gently curved line that sets a lot of things straight.”


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David Davis
Phone: (504) 671-5041
Email: ddavis2@dcc.edu

David Davis grew up in the small town of Mansfield, La, where he had multiple learning disabilities as a child. However, he didn't let that stop him. Driven with ambition David graduated from the University of Louisiana at Lafayette with a Bachelor's Degree in Child and Family Studies. Soon after, he attended Northwestern State University, receiving his Master of Arts in Student Personnel Services -Administration. His 15-plus years of experience include advising, Student Affairs, Student Housing, programming, teaching, and TRiO.In addition, he also had the opportunity to be an inclusion teacher for Special Education. He felt it was important to show students that learned like him that it is possible to graduate and be successful. 

He enjoys relaxing, meditation, and bourbon/whisky tasting. His favorite quote is, " This Above all: To thine own self be true..." Shakespeare

Tutoring Component

Mr. Rupert Alexis, Math Tutor
raxlexi@dcc.edu

Dr. Wellington Colemen, Science Tutor
wcolemen@dcc.edu