stephanie-brown_web.jpgDAVIE — Stephanie G. Brown, has been promoted to vice president of Enrollment and Student Services at Nova Southeastern University, Nova Chancellor Ray Ferrero Jr. announced.

Brown previously served as associate vice President of Enrollment and Student Services. The new appointment came as part of the reorganization of key functions under her direction and was approved by the board of trustees, a Nova statement said.

Her expanded role includes the recent consolidation of Health Professions Division admissions functions and the creation of a new One-Stop Shop for student service needs located in that division’s  Terry Building on the main campus.

Most recently, Brown, who who has a doctorate in education, assumed responsibility for the Office of International Affairs and the university’s Help Desk.

“Dr. Brown’s promotion is a reflection of her exceptional leadership, dedication and the quality of her teams’ work,” Ferrero said. “Our students will continue to receive excellent care under her leadership.”

Brown received her Ed.D. from Florida Atlantic University,  her M.S. in Human Services Administration and M.B.A. from Nova Southeastern University and her B.S. in Management Information Systems from Florida State University.  

She spent part of her earlier career with Nova as an associate and assistant director of Student Financial Aid.  She returned to the university in 2006 as associate vice President for Enrollment and Student Services after working at the University of Nevada at Las Vegas as executive director for Enrollment Management and interim associate vice president for Enrollment and Student Services.