HIGH POINT, N.C., Nov. 13, 2017 – High Point University welcomed six new staff members during the month of October. They are as follows:
William Vaile joined HPU’s School of Health Sciences as the simulation center manager for the Department of Physician Assistant Studies. He is responsible for assisting professors with the simulation aspects of their courses as well as instructing American Heart Association certification classes to students and faculty. Vaile has experience working in emergency services, serving as an instructor for the American Heart Association and is a nationally registered paramedic. He has a bachelor’s degree in biology from The Citadel.
Diane Lamper joined HPU’s School of Pharmacy as an administrative assistant for experiential education. Working with Dr. Joy Greene, assistant dean to the School of Pharmacy, Lamper assists in tracking requirements and helping students find pharmacy preceptorships to meet their needs. Lamper has more than 17 years of experience serving as an administrative assistant and has worked with nonprofits as well as large corporations. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Spanish.
Jessica Neese joined the Office of Student Life as a program assistant. She is responsible for assisting with the logistical and programming of student activities as well as creating new ways to engage students on campus. Neese, who has experience as a golf instructor and tournament director, graduated from HPU with a bachelor’s degree in sports management.
Giselle Mansi-Dedios joined the Office of Student Success as a student success coach. She will help advise and guide incoming HPU freshmen and sophomores majoring in communication. She will provide academic advising, personal encouragement and assistance connecting with resources on campus to ensure students are successful as they navigate college. Prior to joining HPU, Mansi was and teacher. She holds a master’s degree in education from HPU and a license to teach English as a Second Language.
Carmon Holt-Majette joined the Office of Student Financial Planning as an administrative assistant. Her responsibilities include providing administrative support to all office personnel and assisting new and returning students and families with the financial aid process. She has over 30 years of combined customer service and administrative assistant experience.
Kristin Turner joined the Office of Student Financial Planning as a student financial planning counselor. She provides advising and assists students with their financial planning process, ensuring they adhere to federal and state regulations. She has over 10 years of administrative office and customer service experience and holds a bachelor’s degree in Spanish and sociology.