Evans promoted at N.C Wesleyan


Taylor Clark Evans


From Contributed Reports

Friday, March 8, 2019

Taylor Clark Evans has transitioned to the role of assistant director of First Year Experience Programs at N.C. Wesleyan College, assuming the responsibilities of Taylor Stone, who was recently promoted to director of the program.

Evans is responsible for providing developmental advising to first-year students, assisting with First Year Experience programming and working with other Student Success Center program initiatives. In addition, Evans supports the development and implementation of summer orientation days and New Student Welcome weekend.

She will serve as student leader coordinator, including training and supervising student leaders/mentors for New Student Orientation and the First Year Experience course, along with monitoring progress of first-year advisees and the correlation between academic success and advising.

“Taylor and I are fortunate to have such a strong foundation on which to continue building the First Year Experience program,” Stone said. “With Taylor’s outstanding work ethnic and compassion for our students, I know the best is yet to come for FYE.

After obtaining a bachelor’s degree in exercise and sports medicine from Meredith College, Evans went on to earn a master’s degree in public health from Liberty University.

She joined Wesleyan in August 2017 as the administrative assistant to President Dewey Clark. She later served as administrative assistant to the Youth Theology Institute and then as a first year advisor.

Taylor and her husband, Josh, are members of Englewood Baptist Church. They enjoy spending their time on the water at Kerr Lake with their two fur babies, Annie Mae and Otis.