Work History

Work History
Apr 2012 - Present

Director, Novi Canmpus

Walsh College of Business

• Manage and be accountable for services at the Novi Campus, including admissions, advising, registration, and faculty support. Coordinate services managed by other departments, including career services, financial aid, bookstore, facilities, library, and technology. • Develop and execute Novi Campus plan which includes enrollment initiatives, student recruitment, corporate visitation goals and community outreach. Ensure coordination of plan with other departments. • Perform, track, and report on corporate visitations. • Analyze enrollment trends and recommend program offerings and courses to maximize enrollment at the Novi Campus. • Supervise Novi Campus academic advisors and administrative support staff. • Advise students and perform admissions evaluations. • Develop and manage administrative cost center budget. • Explore opportunities to build additional partnership agreements. Ensure execution and service of any partnership agreements related to the Novi Campus. • Write and distribute monthly reports on campus progress. • Professional presence and demeanor to work with a variety of organizational levels and corporate clientele. • Develop and maintain collaborative relationships with faculty, staff and students. • Strong organizational skills, attention to detail and ability to resolve problems quickly. • Travel within metro-Detroit area.

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Ed's Work Values: • Honesty • Transparency • Efficiency

Ed's mission as an Academic Adviser: • To help students navigate the University successfully. • To empower students to be more resourceful so they can have a "richer" experience. • To encourage and coach students to develop as leaders. Ed's goals as an Academic Adviser: • Accurate • Customized • Comprehensive ********************************** "Be the change you wish to see in the world" -- Gandhi "Nearly all men can stand adversity, but if you want to test a man's character, give him power." --Abraham Lincoln “It is easy to dodge our responsibilities, but we cannot dodge the consequences of dodging our responsibilities.” - Sir Josiah Stamp