President’s Executive Council
Within the Finance & Administration Division, Mr. Leonard Cullo provides executive leadership for the university's financial and administrative operations, including business operations, financial planning, education/general and capital budgeting, facilities management and planning, human resources and labor relations, public safety, and contract management.
Mr. Leonard Cullo
Vice President Finance & Administration
814 393 2240
In her role as provost and academic vice president, Dr. Pamela Gent oversees the academic operation of the university.
Some of her oversight includes Curricular Program Innovation, Student Academic Success
and fostering a positive and productive relationship among faculty and staff in addition
to the academic colleges, libraries, grants and special programs, Online Programs,
Computing Services, Registrar, Center for Career & Professional Development, ROTC,
Student Success Center, Honors Program and International Programs.
Dr. Pamela Gent
Provost & Vice President Academic Affairs
814 393 2413
Dr. Susanne Fenske serves as the chief student affairs officer and advises the president on all matters pertaining to student life. She provides leadership and general management of Auxiliary Operations, Intercollegiate Athletics, Student Engagement & Development, Residence Life Services and the Center for Wellness.
Dr. Fenske serves as a strong advocate for the student experience while focusing on the social and emotional growth and development of our students. She also serves as the University's Title IX Coordinator and, as such, leads the organization's efforts on policy, education and adjudication of all Title IX matters.
Dr. Susanne Fenske
Vice President for Student Affairs
814 393 2351
Mr. James Geiger is responsible for managing the university's comprehensive institutional advancement program, which includes communications and marketing, printing and graphic services, and fundraising and alumni engagement. As chief development officer, he leads all fundraising, alumni and development activities, which provide scholarship and other philanthropic support to the university, and serves as the liaison with the Clarion University Foundation, Inc.
Geiger leads a team that is responsible for strategic communications to support and advance the institution's goals and priorities, and stewards the public face of the institution. He is a member of the President's Executive Cabinet, which develops and supports the strategic direction of the university.
Mr. James Geiger
Vice President for University Advancement
814 393 2818
Under the Enrollment Management area, Mr. David Dollins directs the undergraduate, graduate and transfer admissions, Institutional Research and Enrollment Planning, financial aid and the work-study program.
Mr. David Dollins
Vice President for Enrollment Management
814 393 2306
As director of Multicultural Affairs and Diversity Education, Mr. Rogers Laugand develops outreach programs that promote inclusion and diversity and foster an understanding of issues facing multicultural students. He provides guidance to the president and President’s Executive Council on challenges facing multicultural students along with sharing best practices for addressing the challenges. Since 1990, the university has been fortunate to have his guidance in leading culturally diverse students in their education and development of leadership skills, and he fosters in them a sense of belonging to the university community.
Mr. Rogers J. Laugand III
Director of Multicultural Affairs and Diversity Education
As Chief of Staff, Kelly Moran serves as an advisor to Dr. Dale and manages the activities and priorities for the Office of the President. In this role, Moran also serves as project manager for the proposed Western Integration of Clarion, California and Edinboro Universities. This project re-imagines higher education from a student-centric perspective to help create a stronger and more financially stable institution with an expanded capacity to enroll, retain and graduate more students; support student success; and serve an increasingly diverse student population.
Kelly Moran-Repinski, MS, MHA
Chief of Staff