Jeremiah Nelson has more than 20 years of higher education experience. His responsibilities have spanned a wide range of leadership roles in Graduate Enrollment Management including strategic recruitment, admissions, retention, career and professional development, diversity and inclusion, career and professional development, and student services. He has more than 15 years of experience teaching online, in-person and hybrid undergraduate and graduate courses in management, leadership, business ethics, and human resource management.
He holds a BS and MS from Central Connecticut State University and MS in Human Resources from Western Carolina University. He most recently completed his PhD in Leadership Studies at North Carolina A&T State University. His dissertation is focused on the perceived influence of HR managers on innovation in their organizations.
Jeremiah is also currently serving as Vice President of NAGAP, The Association for Graduate Enrollment Management leading the strategic planning initiatives for the organization and editing the recently announced Handbook of Graduate Enrollment Management. His love language is chocolate chip cookies, he’s running half marathons in all 50 states, and he has an unreasonable obsession with dachshunds.