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Gimbel, Nancy

Nancy Gimbel

Assistant Dean of Student Engagement, MBA Programs
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302
Office:
3129
Education
Ed.D. Higher Education Leadership and Policy, Vanderbilt University
M.A. Education, University of Florida
B.A. Communication Studies, West Chester University of Pennsylvania
Biography

Nancy serves as the Assistant Dean of Student Engagement for MBA Programs at Scheller. In this role Nancy provides leadership and strategic direction for all aspects of the student experience lifecycle for the full-time and evening MBA Programs, including admissions, operations, student services and alumni affairs.

Prior to this role Nancy served as the Vice President of Student Support Programs for Synergis Education, leading the development and implementation of student success and persistence programs for a portfolio of non-profit colleges and universities. Prior to her role at Synergis, Nancy served as the Assistant Dean of Executive Education at Scheller where she was responsible for building out the capabilities of our Executive MBA degree offerings and continually enhancing the reputation, quality, distinctiveness and influence of the program. Nancy also served as the Director of Undergraduate Programs at Scheller, overseeing undergraduate career development  , academic advising, freshman recruiting, scholarships and program marketing and development.

For her efforts she was awarded the 2011 Georgia Tech Outstanding Staff Performance Award and the 2009 Scheller College of Business Stephen P. Zelnak, Jr. Award for Staff Excellence. Nancy also received a 2011 Georgia Tech Gold Tower Recognition of Excellence Award for Excellence in Communications and Marketing for her work on marketing of the College's undergraduate scholarship programs. Prior to joining the Scheller College of Business, Nancy oversaw academic advising for the Sam Nunn School of International Affairs at Georgia Tech and served as the Associate Director of the undergraduate business program at the Goizueta Business School at Emory University.