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Meet the OSLD Team

Krystal Clark

Krystal Clark is the Director for the Office of Student Leadership Development at Vanderbilt.  She spent her undergraduate years at The College of William & Mary in Williamsburg, VA where she double majored in Sociology and Psychology. Upon graduation she decided to pursue a career in Student Affairs and earned her Masters of Education in College Student Personnel from the University of Maryland, College Park.  In 2011, she made the move to Nashville, TN to serve as the Associate Director of Greek Life at Vanderbilt University.

Leadership had always been a passion for Krystal as she served as a member of the Leadership Engagement Alliance at Duke University and the Leadership Taskforce at Vanderbilt.  She  served as a facilitator, creator, and presenter for multiple leadership development programs.

Krystal is a proud member of Delta Delta Delta Fraternity, the Junior League of Nashville, and is on the Board of Directors for Girls on the Run Nashville. She was a finalist for the 2012 Nashville Emerging Leader Award in the field of Education. You will probably find her laughing loudly and desk dancing while at work. When she is not working or volunteering she is probably on social media, at a concert, shopping, or eating at one of Nashville’s many delicious restaurants.

Wil De Los Santos

Wilalberto (Wil) De Los Santos is the Program Coordinator for the Office of Student Leadership Development.  He earned his Bachelor’s degree in Radio/Television Production and Black Studies from the State University of New York at New Paltz and received his Master’s degree  in Africana Studies from the University at Albany.

After receiving his Master’s degree, he travelled abroad to Senegal, Cote D’ Ivoire and Ghana to learn more about the vast cultural influences within West Arica.  Prior to his arrival at Vanderbilt, he served as a Graduate Intern for the Office of Bilingual Education and Foreign Language Studies within the New York State Education Department and afterward provided academic and mentoring services to first-year students and assisted with the Emerging Leaders Program as a Coordinator for the Office of First Year Programs and Leadership Development at Marist College.

Austin Tatum

Austin is serving this year as the Graduate Assistant for the Office of Student Leadership Development. He is originally from Knoxville, TN where he has grown up his whole life. His last four years were spent in Blacksburg, VA attending Virginia Tech, where he studied Psychology and Political Science. Hiking, camping, running, napping, and watching Hokie football are some of Austin’s favorite pastimes, and he looks forward to doing that and much more in Nashville. He is ecstatic to get started in the HEA program.