HPU Welcomes New Hires in June | High Point University

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HIGH POINT, N.C., July 1, 2021 – High Point University welcomed 20 new hires in the month of June. They are as follows:

Danielle Milich joined the Office of Undergraduate Admissions as an admissions ambassador counselor.

In her role as an Admissions Ambassador Counselor, Milich’s will work with prospective students and families visiting campus. She will also support the rest of the admissions team for the many admissions events that attract thousands of visitors to the city each year. This past May, she graduated from High Point University with a B.A. in Strategic Communication and a double minor in marketing and social media marketing. During her time as a student at HPU, she helped with the move-in crew and volunteered in the High Point area. Her past work experience includes working at a law firm and real estate agency.

 

Lucas Verdeur joined the Office of Undergraduate Admissions as an admissions ambassador counselor.

In this role, Verdeur will assist prospective students and families from across the country who are visiting High Point University. He recently graduated from HPU with a bachelor’s degree in business administration, and a minor in marketing. As a student, Verdeur completed an internship focusing on social media promotion at Habitat for Humanity ReStore in Maple Shade, New Jersey. He also interned for Progressive Business Media for their furniture clients in Greensboro.

 

Corey Esquenazi joined Student Affairs department as director of fraternity and sorority life.

As the director of fraternity and sorority life, Esquenazi’s primary responsibilities involve strategic direction, support and advisement of the HPU fraternity and sorority community. This includes providing guidance to the 17 fraternal organizations across three councils on campus. Esquenazi has been working in student affairs for the past nine years. His experience includes student orientation, residence life, student conduct, leadership education, and fraternity and sorority life. Prior to arriving at HPU, he was serving as an instructor in the LEAD Scholars Academy at the University of Central Florida. He holds a Bachelor of Science in social science education, a Master of Arts in…

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