HIGH POINT, N.C., Nov. 6, 2019 – High Point University welcomed six new staff members in October. They are as follows:
Enyea Parks joined the Office of Admissions at HPU as an admissions counselor. In this role, Parks is responsible for assisting students from the Tennessee, Georgia, South Carolina and Alabama areas, including meeting with prospective students during campus visits and providing continued support throughout the college application process. Prior to this role, she worked in the field of logistics while finishing her bachelor’s degree in psychology.
Latasha Jennings joined the Office of Student Financial Planning at HPU as a student financial planning counselor. In this role, Jennings will be responsible for assisting undergraduate students with financial planning. Prior to HPU, Jennings worked in the Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid at Winston Salem State University as an administrative associate and outreach coordinator, specializing in financial aid events. She graduated with a bachelor’s degree in industrial mathematics and has taken graduate-level courses and online financial aid training.
Taylor Frederick joined the Office of Admissions at HPU as an admissions leadership counselor. In this role, Frederick will be responsible for giving informational tours and assisting prospective students and families. She is a recent HPU graduate who worked for the Bonner Leader Program and holds a bachelor’s in nonprofit management and leadership, with a minor in event management.
Dominique Reynolds joined the Department of Physical Therapy at HPU as an administrative assistant. In this role, Reynolds works directly with physical therapy faculty to support teaching, research and scholarship endeavors, as well as provide support to students and visitors for the Department of Physical Therapy. Prior to HPU, she worked in Mexico City as the director of physical therapy at the Spanish Hospital and was the national oncologic rehabilitation director in Mexico. She is currently working on her master’s in healthcare management and is a licensed physical therapist, with a specialization in oncological physical therapy.
Allie Crouse joined the Office of Institutional Advancement at HPU as an administrative assistant. In this role, Crouse serves as the administrative assistant to the vice president for development, supporting the execution of strategies designed to increase the effectiveness of the major and planned giving programs at HPU. Crouse assists in coordinating meetings, training sessions, seminars and other relevant events for this department. Prior to this position, she was the owner of a small business in her hometown of Lexington, North Carolina. Crouse holds a bachelor’s degree in equestrian studies.
Susan Durant joined the Office of Student Accounts at HPU as an office coordinator. In this role, Durant is responsible for providing administrative support to the Office of Student Accounts, which includes assisting with invoicing and collections, and helping parents and students manage their accounts. Her prior experience includes work in the Guidance Department at a local high school, a media assistant at an elementary school and serving Blue Cross and Blue Shield in the Provider Relations Department.