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SLCC Welcomes New Assistant Vice President for Student Development

Salt Lake Community College welcomes Kathryn Coquement as Assistant Vice President for Student Development within the Division of Student Affairs. Kathryn currently serves as the Director of New Student & Family Programs at the University of Utah, having previous experiences at the Georgetown University and as a Business Consulting Workforce Analyst at Accenture, specializing in change management.

Additionally, Kathryn has been involved with national and regional professional organizations and currently serves on the NASPA Annual Conference Engagement Committee. She serves as a member of the NASAPA Region V Board; also as a mentor for the NASPA Undergraduate Fellows Program (NUFP); and chairs the National Orientation Directors Association’s (NODA) Diversity & Inclusion Ad Hoc Committee, as well as other professional activities, publications and presentations.

Through these experiences, Kathryn brings a wealth of experience and knowledge that will help SLCC to continue to advance its strategic plan and help our students succeed and realize their fullest potential. Kathryn holds a Masters of Education in College Student Affairs Administration and a Bachelor of Journalism in Broadcast News from the University of Georgia. Currently, Kathryn is enrolled in the Ph.D. program in Educational Leadership and Policy at the University of Utah and is expected complete her dissertation and graduate in Spring 2018.

Kathryn will begin her position with SLCC on November 1, and Candida Darling will continue to serve in interim capacity until that time. The college welcomes Kathryn Coquemont to Salt Lake Community College.

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