Selecia Golden

Selecia provides administrative assistance and consultation services to clients for the Safety, Health, and Environmental Services (SHES) Program at Georgia Tech.

Expertise

Operations, Communications, Compliance, Event Planning

Education

Bachelor of Arts in Communications with a Minor in Customer Relations from Clayton State University, Project Management Certificate from Georgia Institute of Technology

Cara Eck

Cara provides industrial hygiene consulting services to small businesses in Georgia. She also provides consultative services related to Occupational Health under a grant from the U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration.

Expertise

Safety Compliance, Occupational Health, State and Federal Policies

Education

Bachelor of Science in Forest Resources from the University of Georgia, Professional Master’s in Occupational Safety and Health from Georgia Institute of Technology

Terrell Colvin

Terrell works in the safety branch of the OSHA 21(d) Consultation Program. He also helps deliver courses as part of the OSHA Training Institute Education Center (OTIEC) program at Georgia Tech.

Expertise

Ergonomics and Safety

Education

Bachelor of Science in Occupational Safety and Health Management from Jacksonville State University

Ritchie Lafaille

Ritchie serves as a safety consultant and provides confidential safety and environmental consulting services to primarily small businesses in the State of Georgia.

Expertise

Project Management, Engineering, Teaching

Education

Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering and Master of Science in Geoenvironmental Engineering from the University of Massachusetts Lowell

Raine Hyde

Raine serves as the marketing strategist for the Safety, Health, and Environmental Services (SHES) Program and for the Southeastern Trade Adjustment Assistance Center (SETAAC). In her dual role she is developing and executing on each program’s marketing plans to drive new engagement. She also oversees the marketing efforts for the Georgia Manufacturing Extension Partnership (GaMEP) and Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) professional education training courses.

Expertise

Marketing, Project Management, Strategic Planning, Social Media, Business Development

Education

Bachelor of Arts in Marketing and Journalism from the University of Georgia, Certified Meeting Planner (CMP) Accreditation, Google Certified

Trey Sawyers

Trey serves as a safety and health consultant for the OSHA 21(d) Consultation Program. He provides safety and health compliance assistance to small and medium-sized businesses in Georgia. He also conducts consultations on ergonomics in the workplace and helps instruct ergonomics training courses.

Expertise

General Safety and Health, Ergonomics, OSHA Regulations

Education

Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering from Mississippi State University, Master of Science in Industrial and Systems Engineering from Auburn University, Associate Ergonomics Professional from Board of Certification in Professional Ergonomics

Anginique Walker

Anginique manages the logistical planning and operations for the OSHA Training Institute Education Center (OTIEC) at Georgia Tech, which includes short course management and strategy planning for the education center.

Expertise

Project Management, Strategy Planning, Operations Management

Education:

Bachelor of Arts in Marketing from Dillard University, Project Management Certificate from Georgia Tech

Yavonne Jones

Yavonne oversees all of the administrative functions for the OSHA outreach trainer program and the outreach portal maintenance for the Georgia Tech OSHA authorize trainer organization. In addition, she provides customer service to a trainer database of more than 1800 active trainers and addresses review and processing of potential trainer approval requests and inquiries.

Expertise

Program Administration, Problem Resolution, Customer Service, Process Improvement

Education

Associate of Applied Science in Mortuary Science from Bishop State Community College, Bachelor of Science in Occupational Safety and Health from Columbia Southern University

Dana Atkinson, CSP, MBA, MSBC

Dana is a course faculty instructor and course director at the OSHA Training Institute Education Center (OTIEC) at Georgia Tech. He also serves as the private contract course manager, is a faculty member with the School of Building Construction, and the director of the Hazardous Materials training program.

Expertise

OSHA General Industry Standards, Construction Standards, Hazardous Materials, Fire Protection, Emergency Response Training

Education

Bachelor of Science in Construction Management from Southern Poly Tech- Kennesaw State University, Master of Business Administration in Financial Statement Analysis and Master of Science in Building Construction from Georgia Institute of Technology, Certified Safety Professional, Georgia Tech OTIEC Premier Occupational Safety and Health certificate

Rachel Schneider, MSPH

Rachel provides occupational safety and environmental consulting services for small to medium-sized businesses in Georgia through the OSHA 21(d) Consultation Program and the Georgia Environmental Compliance Assistance Program (GECAP). She also serves as an instructor for the OSHA Training Institute Education Center (OTIEC) at Georgia Tech.

Expertise

OSHA Compliance, Occupational Safety, Machine Safety, Hazardous Energy Control, Environmental Compliance

Education

Bachelor of Science in Public Health from Tulane University, Master of Science in Public Health focusing on Global Environmental Health Sciences from Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine