18 Agassiz Circle
Buffalo, NY 14214
1880 S. Winton Rd.
Rochester, NY 14618
The Medaille College School of Adult and Graduate Education (SAGE) appointed Jill M. Gregory to the position of Executive Director for Recruitment and Admissions effective immediately. Gregory will lead the recruitment and admissions team at Medaille to help students decide which degree program is best for them, assist with enrollment, and help them achieve their educational and professional goals. In addition she will her work with local business and industry to assess employee educational needs and workforce development.
Gregory, a Buffalo native, most recently held the position of account executive with the American Red Cross Buffalo Chapter. Prior to her position with the American Red Cross, Gregory worked in sales and recruitment for Sanofi-Aventis US and StraussGroup, respectively. She also served as director of operations for the Executive and Professional MBA Program at the University at Buffalo, School of Management.
“Jill is the ideal candidate for this position. She can easily relate to our primary student at SAGE, as like most of our students, she completed her MBA years after receiving her undergraduate degree while working full-time,” stated Karen McGrath, vice president of enrollment management.
Gregory received her MBA from the University at Buffalo (SUNY) where she was inducted into the Beta Gamma Sigma honor Society. She also received her Bachelor of Arts degree from SUNY Buffalo.
Medaille College School of Adult and Graduate Education (SAGE) designs programs for working adults. SAGE offers in-demand and career enhancing undergraduate and graduate degrees to allow working professionals to complete their degree and enhance their career while still working and balancing life’s other commitments.
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