The SNHU Liberal Arts Advisory Board plays a pivotal role in shaping the academic programs within the Liberal Arts Department. Made up of accomplished professionals, the board operates on a voluntary, by-invitation-only basis. Members are selected for their expertise in critical knowledge areas related to the respective program and their significant contributions to relevant professional fields.
“This is an exciting opportunity to leverage my hands-on industry experience in the creative field and contribute to programming that better reflects real-world experiences for students,” said Rachael Kelley, GAVIN’s Senior Art Director. “There is so much potential for today’s liberal arts programs to develop innovative strategies for the future of this ever-evolving industry, and I look forward to offering insights that guide SNHU on this journey.”
The primary function of the Advisory Board is to provide non-binding recommendations and advice to the academic programs within the Liberal Arts based on the members’ experience and expertise. These insights encompass various aspects, including hiring practices, industry trends, and strategic considerations within their respective fields.
Members of the board, like Rachael Kelley, are tasked to provide insight, feedback, and advice on the composition, outcomes, relevancy, and future considerations for academic programs within the Liberal Arts. Rachael, who has worked in creative design for over 10 years, has demonstrated exceptional skills in branding, creative strategy, and ideation and possesses a keen understanding of the art direction landscape. Her role on the Advisory Board aligns seamlessly with her passion for the arts and commitment to meeting the dynamic demands of the industry.
“We offer our sincere congratulations to Rachael on this well-deserved appointment,” said Serena Spiezio, Executive Vice President at GAVIN. “We are confident that her insights and contributions will be valuable in steering the direction of liberal arts education at SNHU.”
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