Susan Englese hired as vice president of external affairs at CSJ

The College of St. Joseph is pleased to announce the appointment of Susan Englese as the new Vice President of External Affairs, who will be starting her position at the college on Aug. 20, 2007.

Ms. Engleses academic credentials include an M.A. in Library Science from the University of Arizona, and a B.A. in English Literature from the University of Maryland.

Susan has an extensive background in higher education, having served for nineteen years as Executive Director with the Vermont Higher Education Council. Previous to this position, she worked on three college campuses: Director of Institutional Advancement (Yavapai College in Prescott, Arizona); Director of Advancement (Lyndon State College, Vt); and Communications Coordinator (Goddard College, Vt). Her background also includes numerous positions in Public Relations, Fund-raising and Marketing. Ms. Englese will be overseeing the areas of Admissions, Communications and Development at the college. Her expertise in these areas will prove beneficial to the colleges expanding campus.

Ms. Englese has served on the CSJ Board of Trustees for more than three years. She has been Chair of CSJs Planning Committee, Development Committee and is currently Chair of the Board of Trustees, from which she will be resigning.

The college welcomes Susan to its community and feels confident that she will be able to make immediate contributions to its future. Upon accepting the position, Susan stated, Ive been involved with the College of St. Joseph for nineteen years in my capacity as Executive Director with the Vermont Higher Education Council and more recently as a member of the Board of Trustees. Ive come to deeply appreciate the college and value its work. I feel honored to now take my involvement with CSJ to a new level.

For more information, please contact Jaime Insinga at (803) 773-5900, ext. 3290 or jinsinga@csj.edu .

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