Deb Love, William & Mary's University Counsel, received the November Toasted by Admission Award for her recent collaborative work with the Office of Undergraduate Admission. Love became the College's University Counsel in July 2011 but is no stranger to W&M after working having worked with W&M during the past six years in her position with the Office of the Attorney General. Her arrival at W&M also brought her career full circle as she began her professional life in higher education serving as an assistant director of residence life at another university.
Henry Broaddus, Associate Provost for Enrollment and Dean of Admission, nominated Love for this month's award. Broaddus told the admission staff how much vital help Love had lent to some recent thorny issues. He went on to note that thanks in large part to Love's efforts, the College was able to implement the use of the CSS Profile for the 2011-2012 admission cycle. The CSS Profile will greatly assist financial aid officers with additional information which in turn assists with overall enrollment efforts. Plus, Broaddus jokingly pointed out, "It's always good to keep the College's official legal counsel in [one's] corner."
To celebrate her award and her recent contributions to our office's efforts, the admission staff will treat Love to an after-work get togehter in early December. It will serve to bring Love's career