André Heath, a Crystal Springs native, is Site Coordinator
for The Alliance for Graduate Education in Mississippi (AGEM) and
Mississippi Alliance for Minority Participation (MAMP); two programs
designed to substantially increase the quantity and quality of students,
especially African American, Hispanic, and Native American students,
pursuing degrees and careers in science, mathematics, engineering
and technology (STEM). He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in
Psychology and a Master of Education degree in Counseling and College
Student Personnel from Southern Miss.
André a member of the U.S.M. Association of Office Professionals
and was selected to participate in the Leaders of a New Century
class sponsored by the Area Development Partnership of Hattiesburg.
André is a Prince Hall Mason and an active member of Kappa
Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. Heath serves as advisor to several campus
organizations and mentor to undergraduates and graduates alike.
He attends West Point Baptist Church where he is a Deacon. In his
spare time André enjoys reading, photography and exercise.
André is married to Amy Heath and has two children, Alyssa