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The University of Toledo has begun the search for its next vice president for enrollment management.

Stephanie Sanders, who joined UT in 2016, plans to complete her tenure at the University at the end of the calendar year at the conclusion of her contract.

“We are thankful for Stephanie’s leadership to reverse a previous trend of enrollment decline and position the University to successfully recruit new students to come to UT and succeed in their studies,” UT President Sharon L. Gaber said.

UT has engaged Parker Executive Search to assist in the recruiting efforts.

The search committee will be chaired by Dr. Phillip “Flapp” Cockrell, vice president for student affairs, and includes Sanders; Dr. Amanda Bryant-Friedrich, dean of the College of Graduate Studies; Mary Humphrys, associate professor of business technology; Dr. Timothy Brakel, professor of music education and president elect of Faculty Senate; Sunday Griffith, associate director of enrollment reporting; Gina Roberts, senior director of financial aid and Rocket Solution Central; and William Pierce, director of undergraduate admission.

Candidates for the vice president position will be recruited during the next 60 days with the plan to conduct on-campus interviews by November. The goal is to have the new person in place in January.

Members of the University community are invited to help identify candidates for the position. The position description is available at utoledo.edu/offices/enrollmentmanagement/search.

Names of individuals who might be appropriate for the opportunity can be submitted to Parker Executive Search Vice President Porsha Williams or Associate Rich McNeal by mail to 5 Concourse Parkway, Suite 2900, Atlanta, GA 30328, by email to pwilliams@parkersearch.com or rmcneal@parkersearch.com, or by phone to 770.804.1996, ext. 109, or 770.804.1996, ext. 112.

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