JPHigherEd is a new company aimed to provide identity-conscious professional development opportunities for professionals in higher education (and beyond)! As one could imagine, there is a ton of work being conducted behind the scenes. Today, we’d like to lift that curtain up slightly and introduce you to our marketing coordinator team!
Without further a due, please meet our three amazing marketing coordinators! These folks are available to answer any questions you may have about a #JPWebinar or direct you to a program that would fit your needs as an individual, department, or institution!
Allison J. Walker
Allison (she/hers) serves as one of our Marketing Coordinators for the JP Webinar Series, bringing her unique background and talents to help promote these opportunities to higher education professionals. A product of the college experience, Allison learned early on she could take her passion for helping others and the college experience and turn it into a career. She received her Bachelor’s in Sport Management from Saint Leo University and immediately went onto Nova Southeastern University to earn her Master’s in College Student Affairs.
Shortly after graduation, Allison was hired as the Coordinator of Student Activities and Leadership at Polk State College, Winter Haven campus where she has been for almost 4 years. In her role at Polk State, Allison advises the Winter Haven Student Government Association, works with over 12 clubs and organizations, coordinates all leadership development opportunities, and most recently begun developing programming and Safe Zone training for LGBTIQ students, faculty, and staff. Connect with Allison via Facebook!
Jessica (she/hers) is a Student Success Coach by day in Boston, MA. She enjoys helping students find what works to help them be their most successful. She lives with her husband and cat, Timmy. Jessica enjoys reading, cooking and being with friends and family. She joined JP Webinars to share the word about the great information the JP Webinar facilitators were sharing and to promote the good work of JPHigherEd. Connect with Jessica on Twitter @jlh023!
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