Salt Lake City, UT (PRWEB) March 22, 2013
Salt Lake Community College has named Kent Frogley assistant vice president of institutional marketing and communications. This senior-level position is responsible for the College’s communications and marketing efforts.
“We are delighted to add someone to our team with the experience and vision that Kent brings,” said SLCC vice president of institutional advancement Alison McFarlane. “We are fortunate to be able to draw on his considerable skillset. He will absolutely enable us to be even more effective and engaging in our communications and marketing efforts.”
Frogley comes to the College with experience in senior leadership positions at several firms, including leading global marketing at FranklinCovey, partner at Taylor Fife Kent as well as experience at O.C. Tanner, Saatchi & Saatchi DFS and Bates Worldwide.
“Salt Lake Community College is thriving. I feel fortunate to join an institution that is so important to Utah’s educational ecosystem,” Frogley said. “Education gives people power—it opens up choices and, ultimately, leads to the freedom to achieve your dreams. I am excited to be part of the effort to communicate to prospective students, the College’s alumni, and the broader public the opportunities that exist here.”
Frogley has a bachelor’s degree in communications from Brigham Young University and a master’s degree in integrated marketing & communications from Northwestern University.
About the College: Salt Lake Community College is an accredited, student-focused, urban college meeting the diverse needs of the Salt Lake community. Home to more than 62,000 students each year, the College is the largest supplier of workforce development programs in the State of Utah. The College is the sole provider of applied technology courses in the Salt Lake area, with 13 sites, an eCampus, and nearly 1,000 continuing education sites located throughout the Salt Lake valley. Personal attention from an excellent faculty is paramount at the College, which maintains a student-to-teacher ratio of less than 20 to 1.
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