Kelli Kilpatrick was named new senior director of Notre Dame University’s graduate business programs. She begins her new role Aug. 1.
Kilpatrick will oversee admissions, student services, alumni relations and career services for the Mendoza College of Business residential graduate programs.
Kilpatrick brings more than 30 years of experience in higher education at both the graduate and undergraduate levels, with the last 20 years working with graduate business programs. Most recently, she worked with graduate business programs at Texas Christian University’s Neeley School of Business, and previously directed the full-time MBA program at Texas A&M, as well as admissions and recruiting at Duke University.
She also spent several years in higher education enrollment management consulting working with client institutions throughout North America, and has numerous professional achievements, including serving on the Graduate Management Admission Council National Conference Planning Committee.
Kilpatrick earned a master of education degree from the University of South Carolina and a bachelor of business administration in finance from Texas A&M University. She also participated in Harvard’s Management Development Program.
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