Salem College has announced three administrative changes, including the appointment of the college’s newly created vice president for strategic planning.
Katherine Knapp Watts C’80, a longtime employee who was serving as Vice President for Enrollment, Financial Aid, and Communications, has accepted the new position of vice president for strategic planning, effective immediately.
“Katherine’s extensive knowledge of Salem and her dedication to our future uniquely qualify her for this position,” Salem President Sandra J. Doran said.
Knapp Watts is an alumna of Salem College and she holds a master’s degree in liberal arts from Wake Forest University. In addition to Knapp Watt’s new position, Doran announced that Interim Chief Financial Officer Anthony Slater will remain at Salem as the vice president for finance and administration and chief financial officer.
“Anthony’s experience, business acumen, and knowledge have been invaluable to us since he joined Salem last March,” Doran said.
And finally, Joel Wincowski is joining Salem Academy and College as Consultant/Enrollment Management. Joel has served many institutions as an expert in the enrollment management field, including the University of St. Francis in Fort Wayne, Indiana; the University of Maine; and the University of South Dakota.