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New England College Hires Prominent Enrollment Leader

Brad Poznanski, VP of Enrollment

Brad Poznanski, Vice President of Enrollment

New England College has hired one of the state’s best enrollment management leaders.  Brad Poznanski will join the college July 1 and brings valuable experience in all elements related to college admission and enrollment management.  As NEC’s Vice President of Enrollment, Brad will lead enrollment strategy and operations, and oversee undergraduate and graduate admissions, including online, hybrid, and low residency programs.

In his 35 year career, Brad has been a respected and successful Vice President for Enrollment Management at both Saint Anselm College and Southern New Hampshire University.  Earlier positions include Director of Admission and Financial Aid at SNHU, Director of Admission at Rivier College, and Assistant Director of Admission at Curry College.

“I am thrilled to have Brad part of our team,” said NEC President Michele Perkins.  “He has a wealth of knowledge that New England College will benefit from, and comes to us highly recommended.”  Last week Brad received the 2014 Harry R. Carroll Distinguished Service Award by the New England Association for College Admission Counseling (NEACAC).  This award recognizes college admission counseling professionals whose contributions and achievements merit special recognition and is the association’s highest annual award.

“It’s a great pleasure for me to join New England College,” said Brad Poznanski.  “The College has a strong foundation and excellent academic reputation and I look forward to being part of sharing its message with future students.”

Brad is a trustee of Granite State Management and Resources, a member of the advisory board of Bishop Guertin High School, a past-president of the New England Association for College Admission Counseling, and served as the elected representative to the College Board National Guidance and Admission Assembly Council.  Brad is a frequent presenter at regional and national professional meetings on topics related to college admission and enrollment management.  He earned a BS from Springfield College, and MS from Rivier College.  Brad and his wife, Brenda, reside in Nashua, NH.