Class of 2019

Annie Elizabeth Malcolm

A graduate of Sullivan East High School, Annie is the daughter of Darren and Amy Malcolm. Majoring in Nutrition, she is a Dean’s List student involved with the Student Dietetics Association and Allied Health Student Association. During the summer of 2016, she shared her passion for nutrition and fitness while interning at Coalition for Kids in Johnson City, teaching a healthy lifestyle class and leading a running program. At ETSU, Annie serves as a Senator for the Student Government Association, is involved with the Red Bus Project, is a member of ETSU Chorale, and acts as the public relations officer for the Army ROTC Running Club. She plans to pursue a career as a pediatric dietitian.

Morgan Keller Munsey

Morgan Munsey is a sophomore majoring in Computing, with a concentration in Information Technology. She is a Senator in the Student Government Association and a Preview and Orientation Leader.  She is also Secretary of TEDxETSU, Volunteer Coordinator for the Red Bus Project, and a member of Alpha Delta Pi sorority.  Morgan serves on the Department of Computing’s Student Advisory Board and the University’s General Education Advisory Council. Passionate about involving girls in tech, she regularly speaks to community organizations and school groups. She graduated from Sullivan East High School and is the daughter of Steven and Kerri Munsey.

Mandy Leigh Nutter

Mandy is a sophomore pursuing a degree in Biology. She is a member of the International Buccaneer Buddy Program and the Property Manager of Alpha Delta Pi sorority. Last summer, Mandy interned at ETSU’s Valleybrook campus with the College of Public Health. Mandy is active in the community, coaching a youth soccer team and volunteering at Grace Fellowship Church. A multi-sport athlete at Dobyns-Bennett High School, she was a kicker on the varsity football team and the first female at the school to score a point during a varsity game. She plans on a career in the medical field, most likely as a pediatrician. 

Joe Wesley Oliver

The son of Kelly and Betsy Oliver of Elizabethton, Joe was vice president of his senior class at Unaka High School, as well as captain of the school’s football team.  Also a member of Key Club and the National Honor Society, he maintained a 4.0 GPA and ranked at the top of his class.  Heavily engaged in the community, Joe participated in the Carter County Chamber of Commerce Youth Leadership Program, serves as a member of the Carter County “Clean Teens” organization, volunteers with the American Red Cross, and is a youth mentor at his church.  Having also been involved with his high school’s STEM program, Joe plans to major in biology or physics at ETSU, and is interested in a career in gene therapy.

Kathryn Elise Phillips

Kate Phillips is involved with the Student Government Association as a Senator for the College of Business, serving on both the Parking and Security and the Rules and Conduct Committees. She is also a member of the Alpha Delta Pi sorority, for which she is her chapter’s Panhellenic Judicial Board representative. During the summer of 2016, Kate interned with a local lawyer, designing and giving presentations on important legal issues to high school students. She was named to the Dean’s List both semesters of her freshman year. She is an active volunteer, both on campus and in the community, including with the Red Bus Project, Relay for Life, and her home church and serving as a poll worker for elections. Kate, the daughter of Dr. T. David and Malissa Phillips of Clyde, North Carolina, graduated from Pisgah High School as Salutatorian. Majoring in Merchandising Marketing at ETSU with a minor in Psychology, Kate plans to attend law school.

Taylor Chayse Wilson

A graduate of Tennessee High School, Taylor served as president of her senior class, editor of the school yearbook, and co-captain of the varsity cheerleading squad.  In addition to cheerleading, she was a member of the school’s marching band, served as a peer tutor, and volunteered regularly with a POW Support Group at the Mountain Home Veterans Affairs Medical Center.  While in high school, she was selected to participate in the Rural High School Medical Camp hosted by the Quillen College of Medicine.  Having ranked in the top 10 of her graduating class, with a 4.0 GPA, she plans to pursue a career as a physician – most likely specializing in oncology.  Her parents are Jeffrey and Jackie Wilson of Bluff City.