June is currently an adjunct professor for Educational Leadership and Policy studies in the FSU College of Education. June worked for Florida State University for a combined 18 years, 15 of those years were spent as the production manager for the Florida State Opera in the FSU College of Music. She was also the program coordinator for graduate admissions. June also worked as the assistant to the director of the FSU/Asolo Conservatory for Actor Training.
She worked as a newspaper reporter out of college before moving to Washington DC to go to graduate school and to work for the American Red Cross National Headquarters in media relations for disasters services. More recently, June worked at Thomas University in the Division of Humanities where she taught speech and coordinated Arts in the Community.
She is an RYT-200 yoga instructor who loves opera, community theatre, tennis, kayaking, reading, watching old movies and NCAA football. She lives in Tallahassee with her husband, Grady Enlow, and their two rescue pups, Gilbert and Sullivan.
June serves as academic adviser to BFA and senior BA Studio Art students in the development of academic schedules appropriate for stated educational goals. She advises students in the Studio Art portion of the 5 Year Combined BA in Art/MS in Art Education Degree Program, including FL Teaching Cert Exams. Moreover, she advises faculty, adjunct faculty, and graduate teaching assistants on registration issues, university and department enrollment and student affairs policies and procedures. Additionally, June facilitates the Studio Art portion of the 5 Year Combined BA in Art/MS in Art Education Degree Program.
Master’s Degree in Arts Communication from American University in Washington, DC
Bachelor’s Degree in Journalism from The University of Alabama