Ohio Dominican brings on new director to strengthen adult ed programs
Ohio Dominican University welcomed Karen Gray, executive director of adult education, to campustoday. ODU announced Gray's appointment last week:
Ohio Dominican University (ODU) has appointed Karen Gray as executive director of Adult Education. She will assume her new role on Nov. 4. Gray will oversee the university’s efforts to identify, develop and implement new market-sensitive academic offerings and formats for students in its LEAD program for working adults.
Gray brings nearly two decades of higher education experience to ODU. She returns to ODU having spent the last two years as director of Dual Enrollment at Columbus State Community College (CSCC). She first joined ODU in 1994 as a financial aid counselor, and served as director of the university’s Office of P-16 Partnerships from 2006-11.
Gray also has served as assistant director of Adult and Continuing Education at Capital University; director of Development and Corporate Relations, assistant director of Student Services, and student service associate at Franklin University; and program coordinator of Financial Aid at CSCC.