92823-gsap-flyerThe Graduate School Admissions Process for First Generation Professionals

September 28th 1pm PT/4pm ET via Zoom

Join us on Thursday September 28th 1pm PT/4pm ET via Zoom for a Fireside Chat with Jamiere Abney EdM '17, Director of Admissions, Western Oregon University. to discuss the Graduate School Admissions Process for First Generation Professionals.

Check out the latest news about Jamiere being named as Director of Admissions, Western Oregon University here and learn more about Jamiere below. 

Jamiere Abney is Director of Admissions at Western Oregon University (WOU), leading the daily operations and
enrollment strategies for the Office of Admission. He is in the first few months of this new position that
has returned him to the Willamette Valley in Oregon. Jamiere is a 2012 graduate of nearby Willamette
University. He began his higher education career at his alma mater in 2014 with the Undergraduate
Office of Admission.

Prior to this role at WOU, Jamiere was the Associate Dean of Admission and Coordinator of Outreach for
Opportunity & Inclusion at Colgate University. In that role he lead Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI)
strategies for the admissions process. Through his leadership, Colgate enrolled its most diverse first-year
class in its 200-year history in the Fall of 2021.

A first-generation and Pell-eligible college graduate, Abney has sought opportunities to be a reliable
support for young people seeking achievement and access to opportunity. Jamiere built on this goal,
earning a Master’s in Education at Harvard Graduate School of Education in 2017. He has been a guest
on multiple podcasts, including Black & Highly Dangerous and On the Mic with Ray White, hosted by
fellow Willamette ℅ 2012 alum Raymond White. Currently, Abney is a candidate for a Doctor of
Education (EdD) at the University of Pennsylvania, studying in the Higher Education Management

Jamiere calls Albemarle, NC his hometown. Both his mother and younger sister still reside there. 

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