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1819 N. Main St.
San Antonio TX, 78212
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Jacob-Aidan I. Martinez, M.Ed.

Director of Student Conduct

jmartinez932@alamo.edu

Office Hours: 8am-5pm (Monday-Friday)

Jacob-Aidan Martinez joined San Antonio College in 2011 as a Coordinator of Student Success in the Office of Student Life before moving to his current role as Director of Student Conduct in 2015. Prior to working at SAC, he worked as the Assistant Registrar at Texas A&M – Kingsville and a Financial Aid Officer at The University of Texas at San Antonio. He is knowledgeable in several areas within Student Affairs.  Jacob-Aidan is a native to San Antonio and graduated from Southwest High School. He has a Master of Education in Educational Leadership and Policy Studies – Higher Education Administration from the University of Texas at San Antonio, a Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice from St.Mary’s University, and two Associates of Arts degrees from Palo Alto College.  Jacob-Aidan is currently a 2nd year student in the doctoral program in Higher Education Administration at Texas Tech University.  Jacob-Aidan remains active within his community. He was the former National President of Omega Delta Phi Fraternity, Inc.  He currently sits on the Board of Directors as Ex-Officio of the fraternity.

 


 

Manuel L. Flores

Student Conduct Officer

mflores1@alamo.edu

Office Hours: 8am-4pm (Tuesday-Thursday)

Manuel's over forty-six years of full-time work at the secondary and postsecondary education levels as a teacher, counselor, athletic coach and college administrator provided for him an array of fulfilling and rewarding experiences.  All positions served to help prepare him for his current part-time role of Student Conduct Officer with a focus on Non-Academic Misconduct.  Manuel’s formal education includes an Associate in Science from Southwest Texas Junior College, Bachelor of Science from Southwest Texas State College and Master of Arts from St. Mary’s University.


 

Kellen Hernandez

Student Conduct Officer

khernandez289@alamo.edu

Office Hours: 9am-5pm (Monday and Wednesday), 9am-1pm (Friday)

Kellen is a graduate from Our Lady of the Lake University where he received his Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice with a minor in Forensic Science.  Kellen is originally from West Texas but graduated from Churchill High School in 2010.  Kellen has acquired extensive academic knowledge in psychology, particularly in abnormal psychology disorders throughout his undergraduate academic career.  He also brings experience with student programming, event planning, financial knowledge, 8 years of administrative leadership, and investigatory experience gained through the Bexar County Medical Examiner's office internship.  Kellen's goal is to effectively execute preventative programming aiming to educate, inform, and provide resources for common barrier affecting the success of college students.   

 


 

Adriael L. Simien-Falduto

Senior Specialist – Student Success

asimien@alamo.edu

Office Hours: 8am-5pm (Monday-Friday)

Adriael L. Simien-Falduto is currently serving as the Senior Specialist for Student Success at San Antonio College.  She is a student of San Antonio College who will be attending her last semester and receiving an Associate of Arts in Psychology.  Adriael is also an active member of The National Society of Leadership and Success as a national engaged leader with the San Antonio Online Chapter.  Adriael will continue her education at The University of Incarnate Word beginning spring of 2017 where she will pursue her terminal degree. Adriael was born in Compton, California partially raised in Lynwood, California following her move to San Benito, Texas in 2007.  Over the years Adriael has encountered a great level of knowledge and experience with her background in law enforcement, nonprofit organizations, and college institutions serving local communities for seven years.  Her ultimate goals for her fellow peers in addition to others is to utilize moral and ethical decision-making in students' daily lives by eliminating student misconduct. She feels that this will be possible because the Student Conduct & Title IX Office maintains a conductive environment by encouraging a high level of participation at San Antonio College and currently resolves violations of expectations in a way that is fair, developmental, and expedient.