One Year Later: Pathways to Leadership in Admission and Lessons Learned - Presentation

One Year Later: Pathways to Leadership in Admission and Lessons Learned - Presentation

Abeni Bias, Enrollment Manager, Echo Horizon School, CA, Jamila Everett, Director of Admission and Financial Aid, The Webb Schools, CA, Nathalio Gray, Director of Admission, The Branson School, CA, and David Lazo, Director of Admission and Financial Aid, The College Preparatory School, CA

A new admission director can feel like a professional running in a forest with a blindfold. Once familiar challenges now seem new and unfamiliar. Pressures intensify. Where does a new director turn for support? Four admission professionals discuss life after attending the inaugural Admission Directors Institute (ADI), including our various pathways to leadership, the challenges and victories we’ve experienced, and lessons we’ve learned along the way.



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