MEET THE STAFF

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Jamie Grant

Title: Dean of Enrollment Management
Email address: jamie.grant@sl.edu
Territories you cover: International students

Quick Facts

Degree:

Bachelor of Arts in History from Ripon College in 2002 and Masters of Science in Management and Organizational Development in 2007

Hobbies:

I enjoy reading, kickboxing, throwing balls and walking with my dad, and spending time with my nieces and nephews.

A word or phrase that describes you:

Happy. I received my first name in a “Name The Kid Contest” my dad at the high school he taught at.

Favorite book and movie?

Book: “Where the Red Fern Grows”
Movie: “An Affair to Remember” and “Sleepless in Seattle”

What is your favorite college memory?

My favorite college memory is walking to Kwik Trip during a snowstorm in a formal gown and slippers.  (It wasn’t snowing when we started walking and our feet hurt from the heels we wore to the event.) It’s the little things we cherish and remember.

What advice would you give to your incoming students?

Be patient. Work hard. Ask questions.

What is the best study tip you can share?

To go where you are comfortable to study and ask for help. We are all here for you!!

What are you passionate about?

Helping people make their dreams come true.

Personal quote?

“It made a difference to that one.”  I love the starfish story.

Ryan Roberts

Ryan Roberts

Title: Assistant Director of Admissions
Email address: ryan.roberts@sl.edu
Territories you cover: Transfer Students, Teacher Licensure, and Organizational Development 

Quick Facts

Degree:

Bachelor of Arts in History, Minor Secondary Education from the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay in 2001 and a Masters of Science in Student Personnel Administration from Concordia University Wisconsin in 2008

Hobbies:

Participating in a variety of athletic and outdoor activities.

A word or phrase that describes you:

“The harder you work, the harder it is to surrender.” – Vince Lombardi

Favorite book and movie?

Book: “Friday Night Lights”
Movie: Westerns

What is your favorite college memory?

Becoming more outgoing and comfortable with who I am.

What advice would you give to your incoming students?

Become an active participant in campus life; it will enrich your college experience.

What is the best study tip you can share?

Time Management is the key to success – organize your day and week.

What are you passionate about?

Helping students realize the possibilities that are out there for them and building their self-confidence.

Personal quote?

“What did you do to try to make the situation better?”