Hear from two experts in higher education on Oct. 17:
Carey Glines spent her early career days in the high school as a French teacher and guidance counselor in both New Hampshire and Oregon, and for the last 16 years has worked in higher education in various student-facing support and leadership positions.
Regardless of her role, her entire career has been focused on students and their success. Currently, Carey is the Vice President of Enrollment Management & Student Success at SNHU, where she oversees first-year, transfer and international admissions, the SNHU in the HS program, advising, learning support services, The Chandler Center (community engaged learning and service,) study away programs, and is the primary point of contact for retention and persistence initiatives. She manages a professional and peer educator staff of more than 200 who support the success paths of approximately 3,000 students on the SNHU main campus in Manchester, N.H.
Carey is a fierce student advocate -- committed to helping students find their passions, set their goal paths, manage challenges and maximize their learning and growth potential.
She received an undergraduate degree in French studies and international affairs and a graduate degree in counseling from the University of New Hampshire, as well as a graduate degree in organizational leadership from Southern New Hampshire University.
Debbie Dutton has served for the past seven years as the Vice President of Advancement and President of the Foundation at the University of New Hampshire (UNH) where she leads a team of 130 advancement professionals in a post-campaign phase of the University’s most ambitious capital campaign to date, Celebrate 150, the Campaign for UNH. During this effort, UNH has surpassed all previous records in fundraising and engagement and just closed the campaign at $307 million well above the $275 million goal.
Prior to this role, she served as vice president for development and alumni relations at Colby College. During her six-year tenure at Colby, and before being promoted to vice president, she served as campaign director and led the school’s largest fundraising effort, the Reaching the World campaign, which surpassed its goal to raise $376 million when it concluded in 2010.
Debbie’s career in development began at the Maine chapter of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society. She has held development positions in major gifts and senior management at three Harvard teaching hospitals: the Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary, Children's Hospital and the Joslin Diabetes Center. She also was a senior leadership giving officer at Bates College.
Debbie earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in journalism from the University of Maine and a Master of Science degree in business management from Lesley College. She lives in Kennebunk, Maine with her husband and their two children.