If you are in enrollment management and a digital native, then you should be familiar with our guest. Jon Boeckenstedt is the associate vice president of enrollment management, policy, and planning at DePaul University in Chicago. Jon is a prolific researcher and blogger, and we’ll spend some time talking about why he does what he does, and what he sees when he looks in his crystal ball for the future of enrollment management in higher education.
Chris D'OrsoChris D’Orso is the assistant director of enrollment communications for Stony Brook University, coordinating social media outreach for one of the top-ranked public research universities in the northeast. Chris is a State University of New York lifer; he has a BA from SUNY Geneseo in communications, and worked as the acting director of student activities at Finger Lakes Community College and as an admissions counselor/orientation director at SUNY Old Westbury before joining Stony Brook University as an assistant director of admissions in 2005. He’s a husband and father, a Mets fan and baseball card collector, and the halftime voice of the Spirit of Stony Brook marching band during football games. Chris also got his butt kicked on “Jeopardy!” in 2009. He earned his MS in college student development at Long Island University.
Jon has served over a decade as the associate vice president for the division of enrollment management and marketing at DePaul University in Chicago. Prior to DePaul, Jon was vice president at St. Bonaventure University in New York. He holds a BA in English from Loras College and a Masters in Marketing from University of Maryland, University College.