Administrative Staff

Iris Carpio
Ms. Iris A. Carpio
Support Services Specialist
Ms. Carpio serves as the Support Services Specialist for the Centers for Academic Support & Retention. She received her B.S. in Psychology from Barry University in 2014.

Center for Advising & Retention (CAR)

Sidra Sargent
Ms. Sidra Sargent
Academic Advisor
Sidra Sargent has been a part of the FMU family since 1999. As an Academic Advisor-Advocate under the Centers for Academic Support and Retention, she assists students in growth and development throughout their academic year, by constructing meaningful educational plans which are compatible with real life goals. She also is a Transcript Evaluator for incoming official transcripts for students transferring in to FMU. Throughout her duration Ms. Sargent has assisted in many Grants and Committees which have involved the progression of the university as well as developing extensive experience in the academic development of our students. She also collaborates with Faculty and Staff of Academic Affairs in the transitioning students from a Freshman to an Upperclassman by advising and developing a schedule of courses for their particular major. Students gravitate towards her kind spirit and listening ear to help them during their time of need whether its academics or personal. Ms. Sargent is also an alumnus of Florida Memorial University with a B.S. in Business Administration.
Carla King Crockett
Mrs. Carla King-Crockett
Lead Academic Advisor
Carla L. King-Crockett, Advisor-Advocate, B.S., Jackson State University. Mrs. King-Crockett is a 25-year advising veteran specializing in all phases of the advising process with new, first-time college students; transfer students, students requiring Academic Improvement Plans; students in academic jeopardy; academic degree planning and transcript evaluation. She currently holds membership in NACADA (National Academic Advising Association) – the Global Community for Academic Advising – and subscribes to NACADA LISTSERVS on Advising Technology, Advising Assessment, Advising at Small College and Universities and Undecided/Exploratory Students for research purposes and to review past and present issues and trends in academic advising. In addition to her advising role, Mrs. King-Crockett has had instructional responsibility in FMU 101, the University’s College Success Skills and Orientation course. She currently serves on the Academic Advising, Academic Standing, Grade Appeals, Registration and Orientation, and the Quality Enhancement Plan (QEP) committees. Mrs. King-Crockett is both a past (2011) Division of Academic Affairs and University-wide Staff Member-of-the-Year.

Centers for Testing, Accommodations, Data & Analysis

Tweedia Hillman
Ms. Tweedia Hillman
Testing Coordinator
Ms. Hillman’s employment at FMU began in 1999 in the Executive Vice-President and Provost’s office. She has served as the Coordinator in the Testing Center since 2004. Her responsibilities include organizing, managing, and implementing all standardized testing within the University and the local community. Ms. Hillman also partners with faculty to ensure that all students with disabilities have equal access to educational opportunities.

Academic Resource Center

Mr. Ottley Brathwaite
Mathematics Coach
Mr. Ottley Brathwaite is a Math Coach at the Florida Memorial University for the P.R.E.L.U.D.E Summer Bridge Program as of summer 2014. He received a Bachelors in Mathematics from Florida Memorial University in the spring of 2009. He then became a full time math teacher for the United States Virgin Island’s Department of Education, where he taught Algebra and Geometry at Charlotte Amalie High School for five years. After his time on the beautiful Virgin Islands, he returned to his prestigious alma mater for a Masters in Special Education.Location
Sarah Ann Blocker Hall
Academic Resource Center Room 102
Math Lab (10 a.m. – 3 p.m. MWF & 1-6 p.m. T- R)
Edward Williams
Mr. Edward A. Williams
Academic Resource Center, Coordinator
Mr. Edward A. Williams is the Coordinator of the Academic Resource Center. He is a native of St. Thomas, US Virgin Islands. And received his B.S. in Mathematics from Florida Memorial University in 1992. Mr. Williams is a member of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. He also serves as advisor to the Caribbean and International Students Association and the Virgin Islands Student Association