Carjamin (Carjie) has a B.A. in English for Corporate Communications and Management and M.A. in Management and Leadership. She has worked as a college administrator for many years. She has served students interested in career and technical education, teacher and administrator preparation, and business professional programs. She has led and worked alongside dynamic college leaders at trade schools, certification institutions, and traditional universities.
Some of her career titles have been Regional Admissions Coordinator, Director of Education, and now Associate Director of Admissions Operations. Her current role requires her to manage and streamline tasks for a portfolio of business programs at The Vanderbilt University Owen Graduate School of Management.
She also is the Event and Account Manager for Inside the MBA, a national consortium of top MBA programs. As Associate Director of Admissions Operations, she is required to juggle multiple tasks and meet deadlines. She also works with people from all levels at Vanderbilt and nationwide at some of the nations highest-ranked business schools.
She was elected by her peers to serve as Vanderbilt University Staff Advisory Council representative and serves on the Executive Committee as Communications Co-Chair. Since 2017, she has produced several blog posts for USAC news.
Carjamin is a candidate for the Doctorate in Education emphasizing Learning Organizations and Strategic Change. Her anticipated graduation date is December 2018.
To culminate her degree, she will co-author the capstone group project titled Parents’ Perceptions of TN Inclusive Post-Secondary Education Programs for Students with Intellectual Disabilities. The issue the research will present is the parents’ perception of the impact of IPSE programs for their student with ID in the state of TN. This research is intended to help with undertaking continued analyses and assist our client, Dr. Erik Carter of Vanderbilt University and the TN Inclusive Higher Education Alliance with determining what success means for parents with children enrolled in IPSE programs.
Carjamin Scott can be reached at email@example.com and you can follow her on twitter @scottcarjie.