WFU P.E.E.R.S. Advisors

The Wake Forest University Peer Education program is a collaborative initiative, supported by the Campus Life Division.  The WFU P.E.E.R.S. are overseen and supported by the Advisors, which consists of professional staff members from partnering offices. Through a cooperative effort, the Advisors provide content and programmatic expertise to guide P.E.E.R.S. in their student-led initiatives.


  • Suzanne Hunt, Assistant Director of Wellbeing, Health Promotion, Office of Wellbeing

    WFU P.E.E.R.S. Advisor


    Suzanne is the Assistant Director of Wellbeing, Health Promotion in the Office of Wellbeing. Upon completing a degree in Education, and Health and Wellness Promotion from the University of North Carolina at Asheville, she went on to pursue her Master of Public Health with a concentration in Health Promotion, Education and Behavior from the University of South Carolina. Arriving recently from her work in wellness outreach at North Carolina State University, Suzanne works as the overarching Advisor to the WFU P.E.E.R.S. Network, among many other initiatives.


  • Dr. Denisha Champion, Assistant Director for Programming & Prevention, University Counseling Center

    Student Mental Health Ambassadors (SMHA) Program Advisor


    Denisha serves as the Assistant Director for Programming and Prevention in the University Counseling Center where her role is to implement programs and initiatives promoting the overall mental health and emotional wellbeing for Reynolda campus. Denisha is excited to implement the Mental Health Ambassadors program to invite students with ideas and energy around promoting positive mental health on campus.


  • Colleen Lofton, Assistant Director, Women's Center

    Women’s Center L.E.A.V.E.s Program Advisor


    Colleen Lofton received her M.A. from the University of Mississippi in Higher Education/Student Personnel. During her time at the University of Mississippi, she was a Graduate Community Director and served on the Department of  Student Housing Diversity, Social Justice, and Inclusion Committee. Ms. Lofton is also an alumna of the University of North Dakota, where she graduated as a Scholar in the Honors Program and received her B.A. in Political Science. She is the inaugural Program Advisor for the Women’s Center Leaders who Educate, Advocate, and lift Voices for gender Equity (LEAVEs).


  • Ann Gibbs, Associate Dean, Administrative & Student Services, Wake Forest University School of Law

    Law School Peers Program Advisor

    Ann Gibbs is an experienced administrator. She also serves as a law school representative on the board of the BarCARES program of the N.C. Bar Association, which provides cost-free counseling and assistance to lawyers and law students, and has served on the board of the North Carolina Legal Educational Assistance Foundation (LEAF), which helps lawyers pursue careers in public service through educational loan repayment assistance.  She assisted in developing the Law School Peers mentoring group in the Spring 2017 semester, and is the inaugural advisor for the group.