Leatrice Oram is Named Acting VP for Academic Affairs at AUNE

Leatrice Oram of Keene, New Hampshire, has been appointed acting vice president for academic affairs at Antioch University New England (AUNE).

Leatrice had held the position of assistant vice president for academic affairs at AUNE since August 2010, focusing on campus preparations for reaffirmation of accreditation, as well as problem solving in academic and administrative processes.   Before that, she served as director of admissions at AUNE, dean of admissions at Landmark College, and associate director of student affairs at the Juilliard School. She is just beginning a PhD in the Leadership and Change program at Antioch University.

I am delighted to have someone as capable and respected as Leatrice to step into this role, as we assess the leadership needs of academic affairs for the long term, said Dr. Stephen Jones, president of AUNE.  Leatrice has considerable management experience and will oversee operations in academic affairs to ensure things run smoothly.

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