Cornell’s Johnson School Hires New International Recruiting Manager
As part of an effort to enhance its global recruitment efforts and attract a more diverse pool of applicants, the Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management at Cornell University this week named a new manager of international recruiting. Charli Taylor will be the primary recruiter and admissions associate for Europe, the Middle East, Africa and India, which Johnson hopes will give the school a greater international presence among prospective MBA candidates.
Taylor has worked in higher education for the past ten years in the areas of strategic development, recruitment and project management. Most recently she led the marketing and recruitment activities for London’s Brunel Law School.
From her base in London, Taylor is expected to prove a strong presence for the school across several key international regions. “Her work will enhance Johnson’s global recruitment efforts, its discovery and cultivation of a diverse pool of prospective students, generate a higher-quality pool of applicants, and deliver higher yield rates,” Christine Sneva, director of admissions and financial aid, said in a statement.
Learn more about Johnson’s new international recruiting manager.
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