On the Stage to Setting the Stage

BY STEPHEN AMAYA

Staff Writer

Alumna Jen Morano is now Helping Students Make Lynn Their Home!
Alumna Jen Morano is now Helping Students Make Lynn Their Home!

In the past year, alumna Jennifer Morano went from performing on stage in front of an audience to working for the Lynn University Office of Admission, after she completed her undergraduate and masters degrees.

Morano spent many of her undergraduate years being involved in various clubs and organizations on campus. She was heavily involved with the drama club holding several executive board positions, including that of president. She also participated in several shows including the “24 Hour Theatre Project,” “Boeing Boeing” and “Some Girl(s).”

In addition to her stage work, Morano was also a founding member of Knights of the Roundtable and served as a Resident Assistant in EML her senior year.

“I did my Administrative Fellow position for the Office of Admission this past year and I was offered the job following graduation,” said Morano. “I feel my previous leadership positions have helped me in my new position.”

Jen Morano was very successful on stage during her years at Lynn and now is working in the Office of Admission. LU Photos.
Jen Morano was very successful on stage during her years at Lynn and now is working in the Office of Admission. LU Photos.

Now after completing her masters, she oversees campus visits. As the campus visit coordinator, she ensures that prospective students get the most individual attention possible while visiting, by meeting staff and faculty, who share valuable information in their academic area of interest, as well as touring the campus.

“I run the day to day campus visit program working with faculty to arrange meetings and lunches with prospective students, coordinating meetings for the admission counselors to meet these students and managing student ambassador schedules to help run the program,” said Morano.

Morano was always busy during her undergraduate and graduate years at Lynn and now she proves that the show never stops as she helps future students call Lynn home.

“I love Lynn very much. It’s my alma mater that gave me opportunities that I wouldn’t have gotten anywhere else. I love the one-on-one attention and it’s what makes Lynn so special,” expressed Morano. “Lynn prepared me for the working world.”

 

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