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Kennesaw Campus - Main Office
Location: Kennesaw Hall, Suite 1205
585 Cobb Ave NW
Kennesaw, GA 30144
Phone: (470) 578-2666
Fax: (470) 578-9111
Kennesaw Campus - Annex
Location: Kennesaw Hall, Room 1209
Phone: (470) 578-3197
Fax: (470) 578-9111
Location: Joe Mack Wilson Student Center, Suite 160
860 Rossbacher Way
Room 160, MD 9008
Marietta, GA 30060
Phone: (470) 578-7361
Fax: (470) 578-9111
Kennesaw: Monday - Friday, 8:00am - 5:00pm
Marietta: Monday - Friday, 8:00am - 5:00pm
Paula M. Almond, M.S.
Director of Student Disability Services
Paula has served in various capacities within the University System of Georgia since
1992. She earned a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from the University of Georgia and
a Master of Science in Counseling and Psychological Services from Georgia State University
with an emphasis in Rehabilitation Counseling.
Melissa is responsible for proctoring exams and providing accommodations for students
who are registered with SDS. Prior to joining SDS, Melissa was the Administrative
Assistant in the Psychiatric and Social Services clinic on the Kennesaw Campus. She
also has experience teaching life skills to adults with disabilities as well as providing
When Melissa is not working she enjoys spending time with friends and family, going
to movies and concerts, and reading.
Bonna Lenyszyn, CI & CT
Deaf and Hard of Hearing Manager
Bonna Lenyszyn is a nationally certified Sign Language Interpreter and has been a
Deaf and Hard of Hearing Services professional since 2002. Bonna graduated from the
University of Georgia with a degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders in 2000,
received a 4.0 in the Gallaudet ASL summer program in 2000, and completed the Sign
Language Interpreting Program at Georgia Perimeter College (now GSU) in 2002.
Throughout her years serving the Deaf and Hard of Hearing community, Bonna has interpreted
in K-12, was staff interpreter at Georgia Council for the Hearing Impaired (now GCDHH),
and served as director of Camp Juliena for Deaf and Hard of Hearing youth and teens
for 11 summers. Bonna joined Kennesaw State University in 2018 after serving 11 years
in the Office of Disability Services at Georgia State University. She is passionate
in her support of equal access both in the academic arena and in the broader community.
When she's not working, Bonna enjoys spending time with her husband and two sons.
Her family enjoys being on the water and spending time together outdoors.
Krystalle Jacob, M.S.Ed.
Krystalle serves as the first point of contact for students, faculty/staff, and guests
seeking assistance with SDS. Krystalle graduated from Georgia State University in
2017 with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology and a minor in Educational Psychology.
After a practicum with the Education Sciences Research Lab at the Marcus Autism Center,
Krystalle went back to school at Indiana University Bloomington for an M.S. Ed in
Learning and Developmental Sciences, Educational Psychology, and graduated in Fall
When she is not at work, Krystalle loves to read, listen to music, watch movies, and
spend time with family and friends.
Nastassia Sanabria, M.Ed., NCC
Nastassia serves as the Assistant Director of Student Disability Services at the Kennesaw
campus. She joined Kennesaw State University in 2013. She has a Bachelor of Science
degree in Psychology from University of Georgia, and a Master of Education degree
in Professional Counseling from University of West Georgia. Nastassia has a professional
background in vocational rehabilitation counseling as well as in career counseling.
When she's not working, Nastassia enjoys reading, traveling, spending time with her
family, and watching sci-fi and horror movies.
Danielle joined SDS on the Marietta Campus on October of 2014, and then transitioned
to the Kennesaw Campus in July 2015. She is responsible for proctoring exams and providing
accommodations for students registered with Student Disability Services. Danielle
graduated from Southern Polytechnic State University, now Kennesaw State University,
with a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics and a Minor in Business.
Disability Services Coordinator
Megan joined the SDS team in November 2021 and serves as the Disability Services Coordinator.
She enjoys getting to know KSU students registered with SDS through developing individualized
accommodation plans and providing academic coaching.
Megan's professional background includes a B.A. in Recreation Therapy from the University
of North Carolina Wilmington. She has close to a decade of experience supporting adults
with disabilities in pursuits of recreation, employment, and now education.
In time outside of work, Megan enjoys gardening, cooking, and exploring trails around
Atlanta with her very energetic dog.
Katie Fahn, MS, CRC, NCC
Katie Fahn serves as the Assistant Director of Student Disability Services at the
Marietta Campus. She is an alumna of Kennesaw State University where she received
a Bachelor of Architecture in 2009. Identifying her passion for serving STEAM students
with disabilities she attended Georgia State University and received her Master's
in Rehabilitation Counseling. She has been affiliated with KSU's Marietta Campus community
When she's not working, Katie enjoys spending time listening to audiobooks, crocheting
and traveling with family and friends.
Jena Mozley, M.Ed.
Disability Services Coordinator
Jena is a Disability Services Coordinator on the Marietta campus. She is an alumna
of Ohio University where she received her Bachelor of Science degree in Communication
and Master of Education degree in Counseling. In her spare time, she enjoys going
to concerts, trying new restaurants, and traveling.
Melanie is the Office Manager for Students Disability Services. She is also an alumna
of Kennesaw State University where she received a Bachelor of Science degree in Early
Childhood Education. She even student taught in Costa Rica for four months before
graduating. Melanie taught first and second grade for eight years before transitioning
to Kennesaw State University.
In her spare time, she loves to cross stitch, watch movies and TV shows, and most
importantly, be with her two children and husband.
Morgan is an alumna of Kennesaw State University where she received a Bachelor of
Science degree in Psychology. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with family
and friends, playing fetch with her dog, and watching Alabama football.
Abby LaForge, CRC, NCC
Outreach and Transition Coordinator
Abby serves as the Outreach and Transition Coordinator of Student Disability Services
on both campuses. She graduated from Oglethorpe University in 2017 with a Bachelor
of Science in Psychology before going on to obtain her Master of Science in Clinical
Rehabilitation Counseling from Georgia State University. After interning with Counseling
& Psychological Services at KSU, Abby knew she wanted to work alongside students with
disabilities to help them succeed. She now oversees the outreach efforts for SDS and
assists KSU students as they transition into and out of SDS.
When she’s not at work, Abby enjoys baking, being outside, and playing disc golf with