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Jeffrey Meece Ed.D. named Mongoose Vice President, Strategy

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jeff-headshotFor Mongoose, this is a big win

Adding to a powerhouse staff, Mongoose has hired Jeff Meece as Vice President, Strategy. With more than 23 years of enrollment management experience, most recently as the Associate Vice President for Enrollment Management at Columbia College Chicago. He specializes in helping institutions be strategic with their communications. Along with his new role with Mongoose, Jeff will continue as an associate consultant with Ruffalo Noel Levitz, an industry leader in enrollment management, student success, and fundraising management.

Dave Marshall, Mongoose President and Product Manager, personally worked hard to recruit Jeff because he perfectly fits what the company is all about. Dave says, “We’re always looking for the best people to continue our mission - to continuously improve the way higher ed communicates with key constituents. Jeff is an incredible talent and we’re lucky to have him.”

For Jeff, Mongoose is a great match

Mongoose is all about helping colleges and universities improve the ways they communicate with students. As someone who knows the reputation of Mongoose, Jeff says the choice was easy. “I’m honored to join some of the most innovative minds in higher education and excited and can’t wait to get started.”

This stocked roster is already hard at work, building engagement at campuses across the map.

For general inquiries, Jeff can be reached at jeff@mongooseresearch.com.

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