LaToia Taylor, head of the Office of the Registrar, has been named Director of Enrollment & Academic Support Services, a newly created position.
In her new role, Taylor will continue as Registrar and also assist with the development of new curriculum and explore additional ways to expand institutional support for students, Dr. Kim Fenesy, Vice Dean, announced last month.
Taylor has been heading the Office of the Registrar since 2013 and has served on several committees during the the integration of UMDNJ and Rutgers University. Dr. Fenesy described her as an “invaluable representative ” of RSDM Student Affairs and Admissions.
“Through her interface with the Rutgers University Registrar and the RBHS Registrar, she has continued to ensure clear communication between our school and Rutgers University Administration and high-level service and support to our students, faculty and staff,” stated Fenesy.
Taylor received a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology in 2003 from Boston College, Boston, MA and in May, 2010, was awarded a Master of Science in Organizational Change Management from The New School, New York City, New York. Since becoming the Registrar at RSDM she has been elected to several national leadership roles for the Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers (ACRAO), including membership on the NJ-NY ACRAO Executive Committee.