Associate Dean of Enrollment Management & Student Affairs, Nancy Griffin
Assoicate Dean for Enrollment Management & Student Affairs, Nancy Griffin
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- Then, view the informative video from Associate Dean Griffin and make note of the plethora of resources available
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Assoicate Dean for Enrollment Management & Student
“I’m honored to be joining a community and an
institution that knows what it stands for and that embodies the
value of Excellence.”
As the new Associate Dean for Enrollment Management and Student Affairs, Nancy Davis Griffin is dedicated to growing and
supporting the School of Nursing’s outstanding and
diverse student body.
Griffin joined the School in June, bringing 30 years of experience in higher education to her new role.
Her career has covered the spectrum from
enrollment management to student life and
housing and has included more than a decade of
successful senior management in both student affairs
“Nancy is a seasoned professional who will bring her own professional style and leadership to all student services,”
says School of Nursing Dean Martha Hill, PhD, RN.
Griffin notes that she was drawn to Hopkins because of the opportunity to “work with talented students from start to
finish and beyond.” She adds, “I’ll be joining a community
and an institution that knows what it stands for and that
embodies the value of Excellence.”
As a first priority, Griffin plans to meet faculty, students, and staff to “begin to truly understand the culture and talent” at the
School. “I envision my role as working with every member
of the JHUSON community to identify, enroll, support, and
graduate the very best men and women in nursing,” she explains.
Griffin is the past Dean of Admission at Saint Anselm
College in Manchester, NH. She holds a Master of Arts
in Counseling from Fairfield University and a Bachelor of Science
in Therapeutic Recreation & Disability from the University of
Southern Maine. She is the recipient of numerous
awards recognizing her service and counseling.