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Cristine Boyd, M.B.A., APR, was named chief of staff/chief public and media relations officer in October 2014. Boyd serves as an advisor to the College president on communication, organizational and policy issues and oversees the Office of College Relations, a team of six individuals focused on elevating the profile of the College through community and media relations, the Hiram College website, social media, institutional branding and marketing. Boyd earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in communications with a concentration in public relations from the University of Mount Union and a Master of Business Administration degree from Lake Erie College. She also earned an accreditation in public relations from the Universal Accreditation Board of the Public Relations Society of America.
Effective July 1, 2014, Liz Okuma, M.A., was promoted to vice president and dean of students after more than 16
years of service to the College in various roles within the Department of Student Life. In her current position, she supervises athletics, campus safety, career and academic development, citizenship education, campus involvement, diversity and inclusion, health, counseling and disability services, international and commuter student services, and residential education. Okuma earned a Bachelor of Science degree in elementary and secondary education from Bowling Green State University, a Master of Education degree in higher education from the University of Georgia, and is currently pursuing a Doctor of Philosophy degree in education leadership and human resources from Colorado State University.
Lindajean Heller Western, M.A., brings a new enrollment management perspective to Hiram College after more than 34 years of leadership in the admissions, marketing and public information fields. As vice president for enrollment at Hiram, she plans to invigorate the admissions experience to raise enrollment figures and diversify the pool of candidates to better meet the growing needs of campus. Western earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in journalism from The Ohio State University and a Master of Arts degree in organizational and process management from the University of Phoenix.