The Imagine America Foundation Hires Andrea Wilcox Spisak as the Director of Strategic Development
Washington, D.C. (Nov 3, 2008) – The Imagine America Foundation (IAF) has announced that Andrea Wilcox Spisak has been appointed as the Director of Strategic Development. In this position, Spisak’s primary responsibility will be to develop partnerships with career colleges to offer the Imagine America scholarship and award programs.
Spisak has extensive experience with the career college sector. Before joining the Imagine America Foundation, Spisak worked as the Regional Sales Manager for Student Resources Services, LLC. In her role she worked with career schools by implementing student retention services and offering resource assistance and training for both the faculty and students. Spisak graduated from the University of Missouri – Columbia with a Bachelor of Science in Education.
"We're all very excited about Andrea joining the Imagine America family,” said Robert L. Martin, president of the Imagine America Foundation. “Andrea's knowledge of the postsecondary education sector, her commitment to assisting our students, and proven track record of results will help the Foundation’s future growth."
As the research and scholarship-providing arm of the career college sector, IAF is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to increasing access to higher education.
Contact: Robert L. Martin, Imagine America Foundation President
Phone: (202) 336-6758
The Imagine America Foundation (IAF), established in 1982, is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to providing scholarship, research and training support for the career college sector. Since its inception, the Foundation has provided over $37 million in scholarship and award support for graduating high school seniors, adult learners and U.S. military veterans attending career colleges nationwide through its award-winning Imagine America® programs. The Foundation also publishes vital research publications for the higher education sector, honors achievement in career education and offers faculty development training. For more information about the Imagine America Foundation’s programs, please visit www.imagine-america.org.