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admissions-melissarosenberg.jpgMelissa Rosenberg
Director of Undergraduate Graduate Admissions
rosenbergm@husson.edu

Melissa is based in southwestern Vermont and coordinates regional recruitment for undergraduate programs. She also works nationally on graduate program recruitment efforts. Melissa has a passion for the outdoors and enjoys hiking, gardening and reading.  She’s not afraid to get her hands dirty.  Melissa was a 4-H parent volunteer for eight years and began her career as a 4-H youth development program coordinator. She has a Bachelor of Science degree in rural economics and is currently pursuing an MBA at Husson University with a concentration in organizational management.

 

admissions-louisegrant-copy.jpgLouise Grant
Associate Director of Admissions
grantl@husson.edu

Louise joined Husson officially in 2014 when the New England School of Communications (NESCom) was integrated into Husson University. Prior to the merger, she oversaw the recruitment efforts for NESCom. 

 

 

admissions-stephaniecadwell.jpgStephanie Cadwell
Associate Director of Transfer Admissions
cadwells@husson.edu

Stephanie joined Husson in September 2017 and brings a vast amount of recruiting experience in higher education to the University.  This includes two years as a graduate admissions representative for a University in Tennessee. At Husson, Stephanie is responsible for recruiting students from Massachusetts.  She enjoys creating positive relationships with prospective students and their families, by making the admissions process a little easier. Fun fact about Stephanie: She was the head track and field coach at a University for eight years.

 

admissions-meaghancarlowl.jpgMeaghan Carlow
Assistant Director of Admissions
carlowme@husson.edu

In 2016, Meaghan graduated from Husson University with a Bachelor of Science in criminal justice and a Master of Science in criminal justice administration.  After working as an associate clerk with the Maine Judicial Branch in Lincoln, Maine, Meaghan decided to return to university life. Today, Meaghan’s putting her creative and analytical abilities to work in our Office of Admissions as part of Husson University’s recruitment efforts. Fun fact about Meaghan: She is a Maine notary public and is empowered to serve as an official witness when important documents need to get signed.    

 

admissions-joehaskins.jpgJoe Haskins
Assistant Director of Recruitment
haskinsjo@husson.edu

Joe Haskins started his career at Husson as an adjunct instructor in American History and American Government in 2014.  Joe began working for Husson Admissions in 2018 and recruits in the northern Maine territory.  He enjoys customizing and personalizing Husson visits for families and students.  A native of North Carolina, Joe earned a Bachelor's in Elementary Education at the University of North Carolina at Wilmington and a Master's in History from the University of Maine.  When he's not at Husson, he enjoys spending time with his wife and kids and reading a good history book.   

 

admissions-chrisshorette.jpgChris Shorette
Assistant Director of Admissions
shorettech@husson.edu

Chris graduated from the New England School of Communications (NESCom) with a bachelor’s degree in communications and sports journalism. After working in sports broadcasting, he returned to the university to work in the Office of Admissions.  Chris is responsible for recruiting students in Connecticut and Rhode Island. He currently lives in Old Town with his wife and two children, the same town where he graduated from high school. In addition to following the Boston Red Sox, Chris is a huge fan of New Zealand’s national rugby team.

 

admissions-sandraglynn.jpgSandra Glynn
Coordinator of Regional Undergraduate Admissions
glynns@husson.edu

Sandra has been part of the Admissions team since 1994 and has personally witnessed the incredible growth of Husson University over the past 25 years.  Sandra has a recruiting territory of Southern Maine, New Hampshire, and Vermont.  Over the years, she has cultivated and maintained long standing relationships with the counseling staff at many of her high schools.

When not on the road, Sandra and her husband enjoy spending time with family and friends, especially their two young grandchildren.