Wendy LeBlanc joined the Tulane community in January 2013, working as a learning specialist for the athletics department and as an academic advisor for baseball. Within athletics, LeBlanc works with students one-one on time management, academic strategies, and academic advising. LeBlanc also coordinates the psycho-educational screening and testing for all student-athletes, serving as a liaison with campus student support offices. Outside of her daily athletic academic responsibilities, LeBlanc also serves on the salesforce work group and the exploratory task-force for the advising center, as well as the professional development committee for Newcomb-Tulane College.
LeBlanc enjoys getting to know other students in the Tulane community through teaching. She began her role as a Tulane adjunct instructor in Fall 2014. In addition to SISE 4820, LeBlanc has also taught sections of “CRDV 1090: Majors, Internships and Jobs” and “TIDE 1275: Helluva Hullabaloo: Learning How to #beExcellent at Tulane”.
Prior to Tulane, LeBlanc worked at the University of Georgia as a learning specialist and at North Carolina State University as a tutor coordinator and academic counselor. Originally from Kenner, Louisiana, LeBlanc is a licensed master social worker (LMSW), earning her Master of Social Work and Bachelor of Arts in Sociology from Louisiana State University. LeBlanc also recently earned a Master of Professional Studies in Homeland Security from Tulane University.
SISE 4820:Taylor Your Life