09-11-2019 · Marketing and Enrollment Strategy,
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Lee, Founder, and CEO has led MindMax since its founding in 2009, providing technology-enabled marketing solutions to accelerate enrollments for universities. Lee takes pride in building long-lasting relationships with MindMax’s university partners and building a culture focused on results aligned with clients’ specific needs.
Laura has worked in the higher education field for more than 20 years and has deep expertise in content development, system implementation, and marketing. She works closely with several of MindMax’s partner universities, advising on strategy and managing the execution of marketing and enrollment plans tailored to their needs.
Sarah is a Senior Marketing Coordinator at MindMax and enjoys supporting and collaborating with the many marketing teams at MindMax’s partner schools. Sarah enjoys interior design and worked in the industry for a few years prior to her marketing career. In her free time, she likes to keep busy with home DIY projects.
Carrie is an enrollment services manager at MindMax. She has 18+ years of domestic and international sales and customer service experience. When she’s not talking to perspective students on live chat, you can find her enjoying the beach with her children or testing out new recipes in the kitchen.
Amy is a Marketing Operations Specialist with 15+ year experience with email marketing, marketing automation, and Salesforce.com. She likes to challenge herself to think outside of the box when working on client projects.
Amber is the Senior Enrollment Advisor at MindMax. She has been with MindMax for 7 years. When she isn’t busy assisting students she can be found enjoying the beach, raising her 2 daughters and being a political news junkie.
Chris Aldrich is a Senior Marketing Manager with MindMax. He’s spent his entire career of more than 10 years within the higher education industry, holding various enrollment management positions within undergraduate and graduate education, student affairs, and athletics. When he isn’t in the office he can often be found at one of the local ice rinks playing hockey with his men’s club team.