Daysha Jackson-Sanchez has joined Trine University as director of student services and admission for its Fort Wayne Center for Health Sciences.
Jackson-Sanchez will be responsible for directing student-related activities and support at the Center, located on the Parkview Randallia campus in Fort Wayne. She also will have primary responsibility for recruiting prospective students for Trine's health sciences programs in Fort Wayne.
Jackson-Sanchez most recently served as a facilitator for the Faculty Guild and an adjunct faculty member for the MBA program at the University of St. Francis in Fort Wayne. Her prior experience includes serving as dean of student success at Manchester University, director of student success and retention and assistant vice chancellor for student affairs at Ivy Tech Community College - Northeast, and assistant director of admissions for multicultural outreach and recruitment at Purdue Fort Wayne.
Jackson-Sanchez holds a Bachelor of Arts in psychology from Purdue Fort Wayne and an MBA from Indiana University, and expects to complete her Ph.D. in educational leadership at Indiana State University in 2021.
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