Headlines — 19 December 2014
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New Hires

October: Sarah Campbell, Registrar; Sean Cotter, Athletics; Matthew Gallagher, Rathskellar; Ed Golding, Athletics; Johnny Johnson, Financial Aid; Ecua MacArthur, College of Psychology and Liberal Arts; Boyd Mark, Scott Center for Autism Treatment; Dean Miyakusu, Career Management Services; Jordan Poole, College of Aeronautics; Kawanda Rembert, Online Learning; Erica Richardson, Student Affairs.

November: David Beach, Department of Marine and Environmental Systems; John Dempsey, Facilities; Melissa Lamb, Enrollment Management; Matthew Martin, Facilities; Renee Morlan, Security; Bryce Schoening, Security; Robert Salonen, External Relations and Economic Development; Shannon Zuzek, Human Resources.

Student Affairs/Enrollment Management

Cheryl-Ann Brown has been named as the new director of Graduate Admissions. She has served previously as associate director and worked closely with academic departments and their graduate programs. This promotion acknowledges her important role in the success of graduate education on our campus.

Women’s Business Center

Beth Gitlin has been named executive director of the center, having served as its director since May 2012. In her new role, Gitlin will oversee business at all WBC locations, including a new office in Orlando scheduled to open in January 2015. She will also lead strategic partnership and fundraising activities for the organization.

Wanda Lipscomb-Vásquez, the WBC’s program coordinator, has been named director, replacing Gitlin. In her new role, she will monitor and manage daily operations of the main WBC office in Melbourne and will also oversee the Rockledge satellite office at CareerSource Brevard. She will focus on developing unique programming at these locations.

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