Center for Leadership and Service Staff


Honi Migdol, Associate Dean for Integrative Leadership and SUMMIT Co-Curricular Programs

Honi received her B.S. In Business Administration from Mississippi University for Women in 2005, her M.Ed in College Student Affairs Administration from the University of Georgia in 2007, and her Ed.D. in Student Affairs Leadership from the University of Georgia in 2016.  Prior to coming to Agnes Scott College in July 2015, she began her career in higher education at Oxford College of Emory University as a graduate assistant supporting weekend programs.  Upon completion of her M.Ed. in 2007, she was hired as Assistant Director of Student Activities.  In 2008, she was promoted to Director, and in 2012, Assistant Dean for Campus Life.  

Throughout her career in higher education, Honi has worked extensively in multiple functional areas of student affairs, including student organization advisement, Student Government, leadership development, campus programming, orientation, parent and family programs, student publications, housing, facilities management, and social clubs.

A graduate from a small, liberal arts, women's college, Honi was ecstatic to realize her dream of joining the Agnes Scott College community.  She loves the vibrancy and energy on a college campus, particularly as college students are navigating their path discovering their leadership style and philosophies.

Creating inclusive communities in which students can thrive is particularly important to her.  Honi's research is focused on exploring the ways in which students from low socioeconomic backgrounds experience a sense of belonging at elite institutions.  


JLP Prince, Director of Community, Civic, and Global Engagement

JLP Prince holds a B.A. in Religious and Ethical Studies and minors in International Studies, History, and Communication from Meredith College (Raleigh, NC) and a M.A. in College Student Development from Appalachian State University (Boone, NC).  JLP is a strong advocate of experiential learning within a global context and works so that all students can engage in experiential learning.

They are passionate about topics surrounding social justice and equity and enjoy having dialogue around philosophy, intersectionality, and the understanding of difference.  In their free time, you'll find JLP hammocking outside, reading a book, singing in Collegiate Chorale, swimming, Netflixing, or having a grand adventure.