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Results from AISAP's 2019 Pathways Benchmarking Survey

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A PDF of the slide deck, a link to the full Pathways Report, and links to AISAP's Learning and Development Framework and Professional Competencies and Behaviors can be found under the Resources tab above.

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Contributors

  • Janice Crampton

    CEO/Executive Director, AISAP

    In July 2007, AISAP Board of Directors appointed Janice Crampton to serve as their CEO/Executive Director. She brings more than 35 years of experience in school and university enrollment management experience to the organization. AISAP is a global association whose mission and vision is to support and advance those involved in admission and enrollment management in their responsibilities for advancing institutional mission and financial sustainability.

    Under Janice’s leadership, AISAP has issued guidelines and parameters for professionals and their schools through the adherence of Ethical Behavior & Best Practices in Admission and Enrollment Management as well as Standards & Competencies for Admission & Enrollment Management and the development of a Learning and Development Framework for Admission and Enrollment Management Professionals. In addition, she has led AISAP to create and implement the Certification for Admission and Enrollment Management Professionals, CAEP ©, and many other programs and services that continue to educate, elevate, and empower those who are in the profession around the world. In her executive director role, she speaks on topics related to admission and enrollment management and leadership in the profession sharing her insight, passion, knowledge, and understanding of the strategic, as well as operational needs and strategies involved in admission and enrollment management.

    Janice has spent her 35-year professional career in Admission both in Higher Education as well as Prekindergarten through Grade 12 Independent Schools. A graduate of Bucknell University, Janice began her career in their Office of Admission traveling throughout the United States as well as Internationally working with International and Transfer students. From there Janice served with the State of New Jersey Department of Higher Education, working for the Assistant Chancellor then moving to serve as the Director of Admission and Financial Aid at a Prekindergarten-Grade 12 School, Gill St. Bernard’s School in New Jersey. Returning to her college Admission and placement roots Janice then served as Director of College Counseling at Francis Parker School in California, followed by Greenwich Academy and The Williams School in Connecticut before her arrival to The Country School located in Madison, Connecticut. At TCS, Janice was Director of External Relations where she was responsible for oversight and management of all institutional advancement efforts - Enrollment, Financial Aid, Parent Relations, Communications, Event Management, working closely with the Board of Trustees in addition to work in Development and Alumni Relations. Janice has served on the Board of Directors of the A Better Chance, Madison, Connecticut, and other local charities and several Independent Schools and presently is a member of the Executive Committee of the Board of ISAnet- Independent School Association Network. Janice has presented in support of the Department of Leadership, Policy, and Organizations at Vanderbilt University in their Independent School Leadership M.Ed. Program. In addition to her undergraduate work, Janice has several certificates in nonprofit Board Governance and most recently received? a certificate in Management Essentials from Harvard Business School as part of their online learning programs and is presently enrolled in a course entitled Religion, Conflict, and Peace with Harvard Divinity School and EdX.

  • Corey Wrinn

    Corey Wrinn is a researcher and business analyst with 10 years of experience in design, assessment, analytic modeling and data visualization. Master of Public Administration from the University of Connecticut and a Certificate in Project Leadership from Cornell.

    He has worked in the public sector, and consulted with nonprofit organizations on fundraising and strategic planning. Within the educational sector, he has designed financial aid models, developed research on emerging markets, chaired focus groups, and conducted faculty evaluations in support of the institution's mission.

    Currently, Corey is the Director of Institutional Research at Choate Rosemary Hall and supports AISAP through survey research and analysis.

April 24, 2019
Wed 4:00 PM EDT

Duration 1H 0M

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