There’s a Place for Everyone: One Size Does Not Fit All [Ondemand Recording]

Wed, Aug 8, 2018 3:00 PM EDT{LOCAL_TZ}

There’s a Place for Everyone: One Size Does Not Fit All [Ondemand Recording]

Wed, Aug 8, 2018 3:00 PM EDT


Join higher education admission and student affairs leaders to explore diverse and exciting learning opportunities and resources at two-year community and technical colleges, four-year universities, and special-focus institutions, including HBCUs and MSIs.

60 minutes CEU: 0.1


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Moderator

Tevera Stith, Director of College Counseling
KIPP, Washington, DC

KIPP, Washington, DC Tevera Stith was born and raised in Baltimore, Maryland and began her career in college admissions at the College of William and Mary where she also earned a BA in History. She served as Associate Director of Admissions at Kenyon College and joined the Office of Admissions at Swarthmore College where she also served as Associate Director and led the college’s multicultural recruitment efforts. Following her time at Swarthmore, Ms. Stith fulfilled a professional and personal goal by returning to her high school alma mater, St. Paul’s School for Girls, as Director of College Counseling. She served in that role for nine years before coming to KIPP DC as the Director of KIPP Through College in January 2012.

Panelist

Mr. Mikael L. Davis, Director of Student Support Services and the Ronald McNair Post-Baccalaureate Scholars Program
Hampton University in Hampton, VA
 
Mr. Mikael L. Davis, Director of Student Support Services and the Ronald McNair Post-Baccalaureate Scholars Program at Hampton University (VA) is an experienced administrator with extensive experience optimizing student achievement via aggressive use of data and the development of targeted remediation programs. Mikael has spearheaded innovative college preparation and support programming for students and their parents to close the achievement gap, ease the college transition, and improve high school and college graduation rates. Additionally, he serves on the Board of Directors for Summit Christian Academy, providing oversight for the K-12 classical Christian school, to include budget analysis and forecasting, strategic planning and development, instructional leadership and training.



Danielle Epps, Director of Outreach and Admissions for Rowan College at Burlington County
Mount Laurel, New Jersey


Danielle Epps is currently the Director of Outreach and Admissions for Rowan College at Burlington County, a community college located in Mount Laurel, New Jersey. Within this role she oversees admissions, recruitment , and support services for 8500 domestic and international students annually within the largest county in New Jersey. Coupled with previous professional experiences at four year institutions, Danielle has provided consistent leadership and insight regarding college access and postsecondary preparation for diverse student populations and communities. Currently, Danielle represents the voices of community college partners as a member of the College Board  Middle States Regional  Council.  When Danielle is not working, she is serving her community as the President of her local chapter of her sorority, Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. and volunteering as a mentor to middle school aged youth in the Atlantic City area with Youth Exposure of Atlantic City.







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