FASTrack Learning Community

Foundations for Academic Success Track

Meet Our Staff

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Camp Best

Academic Mentor
313 George Hall

Camp is keenly interested in meditation, mindfulness and other contemplative practices and has received extensive training in Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction from the Oasis Institute/Center for Mindfulness at the University of Massachusetts Medical Center. Camp loves Ole Miss sports and is also the proud  “Pops” of three grandchildren, Campbell, Yates, and Savannah, who live with their parents in Madison.



Brandee Bradley

Academic Advisor
312 George Hall

Brandee is originally from Inverness, Mississippi, and earned her B.A. in English from Delta State University and M.Ed. in Counselor Education from The University of Mississippi. Brandee is an experienced educator dedicated to helping students reach their potential. She is most passionate about being the number one fan of her three talented daughters.


Jackie Certion

Assistant Director
308 Howry Hall

As Assistant Director for the FASTrack program, Jackie serves as the primary guidance for the students’ academic path.  As a member of the FASTrack team, she understands and knows the importance of being a major support system for each student.  “My willingness to GIVE coupled with their desire to LEARN has become my daily motivation.”


Gray Flora

Senior Academic Mentor / Grove Scholars Program Director
316 George Hall

Gray grew up in Macon, Mississippi, and graduated from UM. Prior to returning to Oxford in the summer of 2015, he lived in Charlottesville, VA, Nashville, and Boston. He loves education policy, hip hop, reading, the NBA, Whit Stillman movies, and sitcoms from the 80s and 90s. Gray also directs the Grove Scholars program.


Julie Glasco 

Academic Mentor
 309 George Hall

 Julie grew up in Raleigh, Mississippi, and graduated from the University of Mississippi. Prior to returning to Mississippi, she lived in Florida, Texas, Oklahoma, and Virginia. She is very passionate about access to education, cardio, and Mississippi!


Maura Scully Murry

308 George Hall

Originally from New Orleans, Louisiana, Maura attended LSU as a first-generation college student. The support and encouragement she received from faculty and staff had a huge impact on her ability to succeed in college. Wanting to pay-it-forward, Maura pursued a career in Higher Education to make a difference for students. Throughout her nearly 25-year career as an educator, she has been a strong advocate helping students who have been marginalized, under-served, or simply needed someone to listen. 




Suzanne Wilkin 

Academic Mentor
310 George Hall

Before becoming an academic mentor in the FASTrack program, Suzanne volunteered with local charities Interfaith Compassion Ministry and Doors of Hope Transition Ministries.  When not mentoring or volunteering, she enjoys spending time with her family and cooking Italian food.