UPCEA Marketing and Enrollment Management Seminar
Planning Committee 2016

The annual UPCEA Marketing and Enrollment Management Seminar is organized by a planning committee comprised of UPCEA member-volunteers.  The majority of these members are marketing and enrollment management professionals within higher education institutions throughout the U.S. and Canada.  If you are interested in being part of the planning committee, please contact Amy Heitzman: aheitzman@upcea.edu.

Jeremy Davis
Associate Director, Broad Executive MBA – Michigan State University

Mary Hager
Graphic Designer & Project Manager – Kansas State University

Tomea Knight, Seminar Chair
Director of Marketing and Communications – University of Pennsylvania, College of Liberal and Professional Studies

Haydn Kuprevich
Marketing Manager – George Washington University, College of Professional Studies

Michael Merriam, Awards Luncheon Chair
Associate Director of Graduate and Continuing Education Recruitment – Framingham State University

Victoria O’Malley, Special Projects
Director of Marketing and Communications – University of Denver, University College

Laura Segall, Networking Chair
Marketing and Public Information Officer, Extended Learning – California State University, San Marcos

Jason Smith, Programming Chair
Associate Dean, Enrollment and Retention – Harvard University, Division of Continuing Education

Bob Tran
Marketing Manager – Brandman University, School of Extended Education

Liz Turchin
Associate Director of Marketing – University of Minnesota, College of Continuing Education

Jordan DiMaggio
Associate Director, Communications – UPCEA

Joe Fedak
Associate Director, Events and Conferences

Amy Heitzman
Deputy Chief Executive Officer and Chief Learning Officer – UPCEA

Molly Nelson
Director, Marketing and Communications – UPCEA

Join the Planning Committee!
Be a key player in planning the next three UPCEA Marketing and Enrollment Management seminars.  In this leadership role, you will have input on nearly every aspect of the seminar experience including content development, seminar themes, events, and communications. Participation on the committee gives you an opportunity to:

  • Network with your peers: Committee members work hard (and play hard) together, forming life-long connections.
  • Get recognition for your university: Give your institution the visibility and recognition it deserves.
  • Exercise your leadership skills: Pick your favorite jobs and take the lead!
  • Influence professional development programming: Help develop the programs you want to attend.
  • Gain event planning experience: Another marketable skill to add to your resume.

“Being on the committee is a fun and worthwhile experience; you have a say in shaping programming, you help create the networking activities that happen at the conference, and you make connections all across the country with people facing the same challenges as you. Talk about expanding your network! I love being involved and contributing to such a valuable conference.”
Victoria Harben, Director of Marketing and Communications, University College, University of Denver




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