Assistant Director Of Admissions

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Brielle Rudeen

brielle.rudeen@gmail.com | (995) 752-8692 | Salt Lake City, UT

Summary


Experience


Assistant Director of Admissions at University Of Utah, UTMay 2022 - Present

  • Successfully recruited 500 students to the university, surpassing the admissions goal by 100 students.
  • Led a team of 8 admissions counselors and 2 associate directors.
  • Implemented new marketing strategies that resulted in a 10% increase in applications.
  • Streamlined the application review process, reducing processing time by 25%.
  • Negotiated contracts with 3 new vendors, saving the university $50,000 annually.

Assistant Director of Admissions I at Brigham Young University, UTAug 2019 - Mar 2022

  • I increased application submissions by 20% through targeted recruitment efforts.
  • I oversaw a team of 15 admissions counselors and successfully managed our budget.
  • I developed and implemented new marketing strategies that led to a 5% increase in yield rate.
  • I created and executed social media campaigns that generated over 100,000 impressions.
  • Trained staff on using data to make decisions about students they recruited.

Assistant Director of Admissions II at Westminster College, UTAug 2015 - Jul 2019

  • Led a team of 8 admissions counselors and 2 coordinators.
  • Managed an annual budget of $1.2 million.
  • Reviewed over 4,500 applications for the fall semester.
  • Presented to over 500 high school students and their families about the university.
  • Wrote articles for the department newsletter that went out to 5,000 people.

Education


Master of Education in Educational Leadership at Brigham Young University, UTAug 2010 - May 2015

How to be an effective educational leader.

Skills


  • Communication
  • Organization
  • Time Management
  • Customer Service
  • Interpersonal Skills
  • Writing
  • Public Speaking

Nephtalie Bottenberg

nephtalie.bottenberg@gmail.com | (388) 350-4870 | Eugene, OR

Summary


Experience


Assistant Director of Admissions at University of Oregon, ORMar 2022 - Present

  • Led a team of admissions counselors that recruited and enrolled the most diverse freshman class in university history.
  • Streamlined the transfer student admission process, resulting in a 16% increase in transfer students.
  • Implemented new data-driven recruitment strategies that resulted in a 5% increase in applications.
  • Created and oversaw implementation of training program for newly hired admissions counselors.
  • Counseled individual prospective students throughout application process.

Assistant Director of Admissions I at Oregon State University, ORAug 2019 - Jan 2022

  • Achieved 100% increase in applications from target schools.
  • Exceeded enrollment goals by 10%.
  • Negotiated and implemented new marketing plan that increased brand awareness by 25%.
  • Led a team of 8 admissions counselors to process over 20,000 applications per year.
  • Wrote and edited all materials for the Admissions Office.

Assistant Director of Admissions II at Portland State University, ORSep 2015 - Jul 2019

  • Streamlined the admissions process, reducing processing time by 30%.
  • Led a team of 8 Admissions Counselors and 2 Assistant Directors.
  • Reviewed over 5,000 applications.
  • Presented at 3 national conferences on college admissions topics.
  • Wrote articles for 4 publications on higher education topics.

Education


Master of Education in Educational Leadership at University of Oregon, ORAug 2010 - May 2015

I have learned how to be an effective leader in education.

Skills


  • Communication
  • Interpersonal skills
  • Organizational skills
  • Multitasking
  • Time management
  • Writing
  • Research