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JoAnn McKenzie named university registrar
Emory Report | May 6, 2013
JoAnn McKenzie has been appointed as university registrar in the Division of Enrollment Services. She has served in an interim capacity in the past seven months and previously held the role of associate registrar.
McKenzie began her career at Emory in the Office of Institutional Research and has served in the Registrar's Office for the past 11 years.
Throughout her career, McKenzie has demonstrated "exceptional leadership," says Provost Claire Sterk, such as the recent implementation of a process that will provide online transcripts to Emory students and alumni. McKenzie has also made significant contributions to a process developed for data submission to external parties; the Semester Online offered by Emory College of Arts and Sciences; and the Veterans Administration's Yellow Ribbon program.
"Her vision, leadership skills, and institutional knowledge make her the right choice for our university registrar," wrote Sterk in an announcement to the Administrative Council. "I am excited about the creativity she will bring to this role and the work that we can accomplish moving forward."