Student Affairs Reorganization

Athletics,

Dear campus community, 

I’m pleased to announce that Billie Dunn will assume the role of director of athletics in continuation with her leadership as vice President for student affairs effective July 1, 2020.

In addition to Billie taking on this additional role, others in the student affairs division will be reorganized to better serve and support our students and campus community. This includes new full time hires in student engagement, housing and residence life.  Additional support will be available through the Office of Accessibility and Support Services as well.  Changes in the athletic department include redesigned positions and job responsibilities to assist with supporting our coaches and student-athletes. 

The new structure is designed to support Dunn’s strategy to grow and enhance the overall experience for students; strengthen campus relationship to provide a positive and engaging student experiences; and build on current personnel strengths to foster personal and professional growth.

Kimberly Robare, Director of Student Life/Title IX Coordinator
Emily Robinson, Assistant Director of Student Life & Housing
Alexander Doyle, Assistant Director of Student Life & Engagement
Molly Hoffman, Senior Associate Director of Athletics/Senior Woman Administrator
Cole Sulmonetti, Associate Director of Athletics for Compliance

Dunn has spent the last 18 years serving the College in student affairs, always guided by our mission in providing students personalized empowerment opportunities to help each find success.  In her initial role of assistant director of student development, she was solely responsible for student retention and career services.  She quickly grew into the position of director of student development, where she had oversight of retention, housing, residence life, student conduct and created the area that is now Office of Accessibility and Support Services.  She began her professional career at Cleveland State University in the Athletic Academic Advising Office.  While at CSU, she also gained experience in the Office of Admission and International Student Services.  Her experience as a student-athlete at Cleveland State University has influenced her passion for the role athletics has on a college campus, especially one like Lake Erie College.  Providing an engaging and supportive co-curricular experience important to Billie. 

 “I love Lake Erie College!” said Dunn. “I am fortunate to have the opportunity, every day, to be part of this journey with our students and their families.  The passion, dedication and talent that I am surrounded by with my colleagues and in the division of student affairs makes every day possible.”  

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