From Gatekeeper to Thought Leader: Raising Your Professional Profile within Your School Community - Presentation

From Gatekeeper to Thought Leader: Raising Your Professional Profile within Your School Community - Presentation

With Kate Auger-Campbell, Director of Outreach, SSATB & Todd Ormiston, Director of Institutional Advancement, Community School (ID)

As enrollment management becomes an increasingly important role in our schools, the director of admission must be seen as a knowledgeable leader. The demands of the profession require more than interviewing families and reading applications; one must have a keen understanding of finance, budgeting, marketing, and communications, as well as the ability to inform and guide strategic initiatives on behalf of the school. But how do you get a seat at the table, share what you know, and use data to effect and implement change at your school? This session will explore what you must bring to the table, how to say it with credibility, and offer direction in seeking the necessary resources to educate and initiate.

 

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