Abigail Brumfield serves as the Coordinator in the Office of the Dean of Students and also the Adviser for the Student Government Association. In this role, she works with all DOS initiatives and advises all branches of student government including the executive branch, student services, student senate, graduate student senate, first year council, judicial branch, and administrative committees. She is passionate about student advocacy and supports the student government leaders as they invest in their UT community.
Brumfield earned her MS in college student personnel at UT. She previously served as a graduate assistant in the Office of the Dean of Students and the Center for Student Engagement. Her primary responsibilities included managing the 400-plus student organizations at UT, working with SGA officers, and coordinating projects within the Office of the Dean of Students. Before coming to UT, Brumfield received her BA in political science from the University of Arkansas. In her time as an undergraduate student, she was involved in a variety of different clubs and organizations. She served on the Student Alumni Board, Student Government Association, as a program coordinator for R.O.C.K. Camp (extended orientation program), and as an executive officer for her sorority. Her professional areas of interest include student development, student advocacy, multiculturalism, alumni relations, and legal issues in higher education.
BA in Political Science, University of Arkansas
MS in College Student Personnel, University of Tennessee