Hollie Hall, Whitesville, has been named executive assistant to the president of Alfred State College. In this new position, Hall provides operational and programmatic support for the day-to-day activities of the President’s Office in addition to overseeing special projects. She engages in extensive interaction with all levels of internal and external campus constituencies, including College Council.
Hall joined Alfred State College as a member of the Counseling Services staff where she provided personal counseling to ASC students. Additionally, Hall has served as interim director of student services on the Wellsville campus.
Prior to joining the ASC staff, Hall worked as a clinical counselor at the Counseling Center in Wellsville and as a sociotherapist at Crestwood Children’s Center in Rochester.
Hall holds a master of science degree in education from Alfred University and a bachelor of science degree from SUNY Brockport.
The Whitesville Central School graduate is the daughter of Ronald and the late Arlene Hall, Whitesville. Hall is married to Todd Nelson; they are parents to Jake Nelson, 13.
She began her new duties Jan. 1, 2011.