Bonnie Taylor serves as an Associate Dean of Students and Director of the Office of Student Integrity at Georgia Tech. The Office of Student Integrity (OSI) oversees the Non- Academic and Academic Misconduct process, educational outreach for community standards, as well as joint responsibility for Title IX case resolution. Prior to joining the yellow jacket community in 2015, Bonnie worked at Georgia State University as the Coordinator for Student Conduct and Tusculum College as the Senior Student Life Coordinator.
Bonnie has over 13 years of progressive experience in student affairs in the areas of risk management, prevention and proactice educational programming, student conduct, advising student organizations, multicultural education, housing and residence life, student activities, first year student transition, training student conduct boards, student leadership development, and mentoring graduate students. She is a member of ASCA, NASPA, and SACSA, where she is actively involved in service to various committees. Bonnie has served as a consultant on program review teams, conduct board trainings, and graduate assistant mentorship programs.
Bonnie holds a BA in Speech Communication from Muskingum University, MA in Business Administration from King University and is currently a doctoral candidate at East Tennessee State University. She is a midwesterner at heart, born and raised in Akron, OH. Bonnie is an avid reader, enjoys traveling, and thrives in the daily opportunity to positively impact students when they need it the most.