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VP for enrollment management and communications selected for national Executive Leadership Academy

| By Nick Alexopulos
Marc Camille Loyola University Maryland
Marc M. Camille, Ed.D.

Marc M. Camille, Ed.D., vice president for enrollment management and communications at Loyola University Maryland, has been selected by the Council of Independent Colleges (CIC) as one of 23 senior-level higher education administrators nationwide to participate in its year-long Executive Leadership Academy.

Camille is the only representative from a Jesuit institution or a Patriot League institution in the 2015-16 cohort. Individuals chosen for the program are vice presidents or cabinet officers in higher education who aspire to the presidency of an independent college or university and are nominated by their home institution’s president. Camille will participate in two seminars held in Washington, D.C., as well as readings, webinars, and a mentoring program. In addition, he will develop an experiential learning plan focused on specific areas of presidential responsibility.

“I am honored by and grateful for this opportunity to share insightful experiences with a diverse group of accomplished leaders from a variety of excellent institutions,” said Camille. “My hope is I’ll acquire additional leadership perspectives through the program’s curricula and networking opportunities and bring additional value back to Loyola in fulfilling my job responsibilities.”

As vice president for enrollment management and communications, Camille oversees the offices of undergraduate admission, graduate admission, financial aid, institutional research, and marketing and communications, and he is responsible for developing and managing Loyola's long term enrollment and marketing strategies. He came to Loyola in 2006 after serving as dean of admission and financial aid at Xavier University in Ohio.  

He earned his bachelor’s degree in English at fellow CIC member institution Rollins College (Fla.), his master’s degree from the University of Miami in Florida, and his doctorate in higher education management from the University of Pennsylvania.

More information about the Executive Leadership Academy is available at

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