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Centenary University Fills Two Key Administrative Posts

New hires to lead adult-centered campus in Parsippany, enhance University’s development program

Hackettstown-based Centenary University recently hired two professionals to fill key administrative positions:

Elizabeth A. Kane of Montville is the new associate vice president for adult, graduate and online education at Centenary University. She is responsible for nontraditional learning programs at the University’s School of Professional Studies, an adult-centered campus in Parsippany, as well as several other satellite sites in New Jersey. In addition, she will expand workforce development programs and corporate partnerships. Previously, she worked at Saint Peter’s University for eight years, most recently as dean of the School of Professional and Continuing Studies. Kane earned a Bachelor of Science in finance and a Master of Business Administration from Seton Hall University.

Greg Fisher of Frackville, PA has been named development officer for leadership annual giving, athletics and corporate sponsorship at Centenary University. He will support the University’s fundraising efforts through direct solicitations, prospect identification, grants, events and campaign support to fund a variety of special projects and programs. A former development officer for the Kutztown University Foundation, he holds a Bachelor of Science in business administration from Shippensburg University of Pennsylvania.

About Centenary University

Founded in 1867 by the Newark Conference of the United Methodist Church, Centenary University’s academic program integrates a solid liberal arts foundation with a strong career orientation. This mix provides an educational experience that prepares students to succeed in the increasingly global and interdependent world. The University’s main campus is located in Hackettstown, with its equestrian facility in Washington Township. The Centenary University School of Professional Studies offers degree programs at two locations, Parsippany and Edison, as well as online and at corporate sites throughout New Jersey.

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