Let us introduce you!
Instructional designers, SEO strategists, enrollment specialists, IT support specialists … these are just a few of the people who dive into each of our partners’ missions, goals and values in order to create custom student experience, technology and enrollment solutions. Every single person at Collegis Education is integral to our ability to deliver for our partners.
We sat down with Ann Bolton, program delivery manager, to learn more about who she is and how she supports our partners.
How would you describe your job to someone who is unfamiliar with the field?
I make projects happen. If one of our university partners has a project or goal they want to accomplish, my job is to determine the best way to make it happen successfully.
Name three words that describe your role at Collegis.
How does your role help support our partners?
As a project manager, I help to ensure the successful and timely delivery of products and services for our college and university partners.
What skills do you need to succeed in your role?
This role requires you to be motivated to help others succeed and to be a champion of the process and details.
What do you most enjoy about your role at Collegis?
I enjoy getting to work with various teams across Collegis on a daily basis. I also appreciate that each day is different from the last.
What do you most enjoy about Collegis as a company?
The people I get to work with every day.
How would you describe the Collegis culture?
The culture is very collaborative. Our teams are constantly working together to come up with the best solutions to help our partners achieve success.
What drew you to work in the higher education field?
I love the idea that at Collegis I’m playing a role in helping everyone have a chance to receive an education.
Where did you go to college, and what degree(s) did you obtain?
I went to St. Cloud State University (Go Huskies!) and earned my bachelor’s degree in marketing, with a minor in public relations.
What do you value most from your own college experience?
The relationships I formed and the ability to take real-life scenarios and apply them to what I was learning. Oh, and of course House of Pizza and hockey games!
When you were younger, what did you want to be when you grew up?
A fashion designer.
What advice would you give to someone who is just starting out in their career?
To always say yes to opportunities that come your way. We don’t grow in our comfort zones and it’s important to push yourself to see what you’re capable of.
What is one skill you’d love to add to your resume?
Home organization. I love to organize all things and could live at the Container Store.
How would you spend an unexpected day of PTO?
Likely enjoying some time relaxing or shopping.