Loyola’s Sellinger School of Business Names Director, Assistant Directors
May 30, 2014
BALTIMORE—Loyola University Maryland’s Sellinger School of Business and Management named its director of graduate business program development and two assistant directors of recruitment for graduate business programs.
David Klindienst joined the Sellinger School as director of graduate business program development. Klindienst brings more than 20 years of experience in building strategic partnerships and sales management. He previously served as the regional manager, Australia, Canada and USA (West Coast and Mid-Atlantic), for Harvard Business Publishing and as corporate sales consultant for the Westford Regency Inn and Conference Center. He holds a Bachelor of Science in operations management from Penn State University.
Susan Hasler joined the Sellinger School as assistant director of recruitment for graduate business programs. Hasler brings more than 25 years of experience in student services and enrollment. She previously served as director of admissions for the St. Paul’s School for Girls. She also served as director of enrollment management at Nazareth Schools and as dean of students at Wells College. She holds a Master of Science in college student personnel services from Miami University (Ohio) and a Bachelor of Arts in English from Wittenberg University.
Kelly Fader was named assistant director of recruitment for graduate business programs. She previously served as an executive assistant in the office of the dean of the Sellinger School. Fader brings more than eight years of experience in recruiting, instruction and administration. She previously served as a program manager in the master’s programs office at the University of Maryland Robert H. Smith School of Business and as a recruiter for APEX Systems Inc. and MedAssurant Inc. Fader is an MBA candidate at the Sellinger School. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in communications studies and modern foreign languages and a post-graduate certificate in international NGO management from James Madison University.
Loyola University Maryland’s Sellinger School of Business and Management provides business education rooted in the Jesuit tradition of emphasizing strong ethical leadership, commitment to social responsibility and a global perspective. With more than 60 faculty members and 2,000 students, the Sellinger School offers undergraduate and graduate degrees. Part-time, weekend and full-time MBAs, specialized master’s degrees as well as certificate programs are delivered on campuses in Baltimore, Columbia and Timonium, Md. (www.loyola.edu/sellinger).