April 24, 2015
Portland, ME – University of Southern Maine President David T. Flanagan is pleased to announce the appointment of Nancy Davis Griffin as the new Vice President for Enrollment Management at USM. Nancy will begin work on June 1st.
Nancy, a Maine native, comes to USM from Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing where she served as the Associate Dean for Enrollment Management and Student Affairs since 2012. Nancy has spent over 30 years working in various areas of enrollment management and student affairs at five different institutions.
“I am excited about the opportunity to come back to my home state and give back to the communities that gave me so much,” said Griffin. “As a graduate of USM, I know it is a dynamic, high quality university that has a lot to offer students and I am ready to get to work to make sure we are actively promoting all that USM has to offer.”
Nancy, who grew up in Bar Harbor and graduated from Mount Desert Island Regional High School and USM, brings with her a unique perspective to enrollment management having spent her career directly responsible for admissions and financial aid in addition to all areas of student affairs. This experience and understanding of what goes into recruiting and retaining students makes Nancy the ideal person to lead USM’s enrollment efforts and contribute to the rebuilding of USM into Maine’s Metropolitan University.
“Nancy has exceptional credentials and a proven track record of meeting enrollment goals and improving services to students,” said President Flanagan. “USM is very pleased to welcome a Maine native, and USM alumna, to join USM in this key role.” Read More »