Asbury College announces new positions, promotions
WILMORE, KY—Asbury College announces new positions and promotions for the academic year: Lisa Harper, director of admissions; Ron Anderson, director of financial aid and assistant director of athletics; and Glenn Hamilton, assistant vice president for human resources and risk management.
Lisa D. Harper is the director of admissions. Harper began her career at the College in August of 1991 as an administrative assistant in the admissions office. She moved to the public relations office as a production manager in 1993. Throughout her 15-year career in public relations, Harper has served in a number of positions including associate director and director, beginning in 2004. She has been a part of the public relations team that produced award-winning admissions materials, nearly 100 Ambassador magazines and countless print, multimedia and Web projects. She has helped coordinate Ichthus student recruitment efforts and three presidential inaugurations. Harper is a 1990 graduate of Asbury College. She is married to Ron and they live in Nicholasville with their two sons.
Ron Anderson is director of financial aid and assistant director of athletics. Anderson joined the Asbury College staff in October 2004 as the director of financial aid. In August of 2005, he became the director of admissions and financial aid and assumed cabinet-level duties in May 2006 as the chief enrollment officer. During his tenure as chief enrollment officer, the traditional enrollment has grown from 1,155 students to more than 1,300 students as of fall 2008. Anderson has also been part of the expansion of the athletic programs at the College, supervising the recruiting efforts of baseball and softball, resulting in 58 new students.
Glenn Hamilton is the assistant vice president for human resources and risk management. In his new position, Hamilton will become a member of the President's Cabinet and will oversee the physical plant, switchboard and security operations in addition to human resources and risk management. In his 14-year career at the College, Hamilton has developed a management training program and worked with improving and enhancing employee benefits.