The duties of the College Representatives shall be to:
- Serve as a resource for college admission professionals and present their issues to the Executive Board.
- Attend NJACAC Executive Board meetings as voting members.
- Attend NJACAC general membership meetings.
- Serve on NJACAC committees and assist with events.
- Perform such other duties from time to time as may be prescribed by the President.
College Rep Candidates
Current Place of Employment: Rutgers University
Job Title: Assistant Director Recruitment & Outreach
I have been a member of NJACAC for about 6 years, and have worked to increase my participation each year. In the past I have volunteered to help with Camp College, College Key, and the NACAC fair at the Meadowlands. I have attended every NJACAC conference since I started in admissions (except 2020, of course), and I was recently able to join the IAS committee. Being a member of NJACAC has helped me to grow both personally and professionally, and I would love to move into a more involved role so I can contribute to our growth and help get others involved.
Current Place of Employment: Sacred Heart University
Job Title: Senior Associate Director of Undergraduate Admissions
I am thrilled to be considered for a College Representative position on the NJACAC Executive Board. As an organization, NJACAC has given me so much over the last four years. I have met some of my greatest mentors through NJACAC who have truly helped me grow within this profession. I do not think I would be where I am today as a college admission professional without the mentors that this organization has given me. I would like to give back to the organization that has given me so much. In addition to being a NJACAC member, I have also been a NACAC member for six years. I have been an active volunteer for NJACAC’s Camp College every summer. I actively promote NJACAC membership with followers on the NJACAC Facebook page. I have attended several NJACAC Annual Conferences and attended the NACAC Annual conference in 2019. I hope to assist in planning some of NJACAC’s professional development programs in the future. I also hope to help reluanach the NJACAC mentorship program.