Unifyed the premier student engagement and digital transformation provider for higher-ed, today announced the appointment of Kelli Hutchings as Vice President of North America.
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Chicago, IL -- Unifyed the premier student engagement and digital transformation provider for higher-ed, today announced the appointment of Kelli Hutchings as Vice President of North America. Kelli will oversee Professional Services and Technical Support functions and lead Unifyed’s North America customer success team in driving customer satisfaction and enabling Unifyed customers to optimize their investments in Unifyed.
“Kelli has worked with deemed high-ed Universities, and has been instrumental in selection and implementation of technical solutions and frameworks to significantly improve student satisfaction, retention and renewal. She couldn’t have joined Unifyed at a better time. Her strong technology background, deep experience with student services and technical operations makes her a great fit to run Unifyed’s Customer Success organization,” said Anjli Jain, Chairman, Unifyed
Kelli is a seasoned leader in development and management of student success teams. She joins Unifyed from Massasoit Community College, where she served as the Director of Client Services and Academic Computing and oversaw the institution’s academic growth, professional services, learning and development programs for 6.5 years. Before that, she was an Adjunct Professor at Eastern Nazarene College and contributed to the institution’s overall growth by introducing new business ethics and IT management tactics. Kelli utilized various methods with a variety of instructional strategies designed exclusively to assist students.
“North America’s best colleges and universities have placed their trust in Unifyed as the foundation for their digital campus.” said Kelli Hutchings, Vice President of Customer Success at Unifyed. “I’m excited to join the Unifyed team and look forward to and working with their clients to help them achieve their student engagement and digital transformation objectives.”