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Anne Kenworthy Named University of Findlay VP of Enrollment Management

Natasha Lancaster | Wed Jul 27, 2022

Anne Kenworthy, Ed.D., has been named vice president of enrollment management and marketing for the University of Findlay beginning August 2022.

Kenworthy is coming from Memphis, TN where she has served as the Vice President for Enrollment Management and Dean of Admissions at Christian Brothers University. Prior to her work with Christian Brothers University, Kenworthy held a number of positions at Crichton College. Throughout her career she has remained active in teaching as an adjunct faculty member.

“I look forward to welcoming Dr. Kenworthy to our community.  Her extensive experience as a student-focused leader and as an inspirational team builder will serve UF well,” stated Dr. Katherine Fell, president of the University of Findlay. “Under Anne’s leadership, UF will build upon the increases in new-student enrollment we have experienced under the direction of now retired Vice President Dave Emsweller and Interim Vice President Mike Frantz.”

“I am honored and humbled to be given this opportunity to join the University of Findlay community. What struck me most about UF is the dynamic leadership team and a campus community of innovative change-makers and problem solvers,” said Kenworthy. “I am excited to help communicate the incredible value and outcomes of a UF education and I look forward to partnering with staff, faculty, and students to assist the University with continued success in equipping students for meaningful lives and productive careers.”

Kenworthy is a proven community advocate as she has held a seat on a number of committees and received community awards including Memphis Woman Magazine’s “50 Women Who Make a Difference,” “Victim Advocate of the Year” by the Shelby County, TN Mayor’s Office, and the “Heroism Award” from Women of Achievement, Memphis, TN.

Kenworthy received a Bachelor of Science in mathematical sciences, Master of Science in educational administration, and Doctor of Education in higher and adult education from University of Memphis, as well as a Master of Business Administration from Christian Brothers University.

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