Lake Forest College, a national liberal arts college 30 milesnorth of Chicago, seeks a Chief Marketing, Communications, andBrand Officer to propel the College’s advancement and tell theworld about the inspiring ways our students Make It. The successful candidate will join the President’s seniorleadership team and direct all marketing, communication and brandinitiatives.Lake Forest College is consistently ranked as one of America’stop liberal arts colleges. U.S News, for example, ranksLake Forest #2 in the nation as a Top Performer for Social Mobilityand #33 as a Best Value college. Lake Forest has a strong traditionof providing an outstanding liberal arts education to a diversestudent body and emphasizing, in equal measure, strong careerpreparation. Lake Forest has an exceptional CareerAdvancement Center that was recently highlighted in a featurearticle by the Chronicle of Higher Education.Competition to enroll and educate a well-qualified, diversestudent body has never been greater in higher education. To ensurethe College’s success in this competition, the Chief Officerwill:Heighten public awareness of the College’s distinctive missionand identity across all communication channels and stakeholdergroupsEmploy innovative digital marketing strategies, segmentationprinciples, and analyticsOversee free and paid media campaigns, press relationships, andcrisis communicationsServe as a credible, informed College spokesperson onappropriate occasionsStrategically and responsibly manage financial resources toreach key goalsRequired QualificationsBachelor’s degree with preference for a Master’s degree7-10 years of marketing/communications/brand experienceExperience creating and evaluating digital marketingstrategiesStaff development and team building experience The Chief Officer will chair the Marketing, Communications, andBrand Leadership Group that includes the President and other seniorstaff. To advance the College’s strategic priority ofexpanding and enhancing student enrollment, the Chief Officer willwork directly with, and administratively report to, the VicePresident for Enrollment. Compensation and benefits will becompetitive. Interested candidates should submit a coverletter, resume, and three references to Vice President forEnrollment Chris Ellertson at [email protected] byApril 23, 2021 for full consideration.Institutional Information A highly selective liberal arts college located onChicago’s North Shore, Lake Forest Collegeenrolls approximately 1,600 students from over 40 statesand 70 countries. Lake Forest College is one of the most diversesmall colleges in the Midwest, with nearly 40% of ourstudent body comprised of domestic minority andinternational students. Lake Forest College embraces diversity andencourages applications from women, members of historicallyunderrepresented groups, veterans, and individuals withdisabilities. For more information about Lake ForestCollege, visit www.lakeforest.edu.
View Comments London’s Menier Chocolate Factory has announced initial casting for its upcoming production of Sandy Wilson’s delightful 1953 tuner The Boy Friend. Matthew White will direct the previously announced production, set to begin previews on November 22 and open on December 3.The cast will feature Olivier winner Janie Dee (Follies) as Madame Dubonnet, Jack Butterworth (Billy Elliot) as Bobby van Husen, Amara Okereke (Oklahoma!) as Polly, Tiffany Graves (Sweet Charity) as Hortense, Olivier nominee Issy van Randwyck (Rough Crossing) as Lady Brockhurst, Adrian Edmondson (Twelfth Night) as Lord Brockhurst and Dylan Mason (Harry Potter and the Cursed Child) as Tony.Wilson’s all-singing all-dancing love letter to 1920s musical comedies is set in Madame Dubonnet’s finishing school in the south of France, where perfect young ladies burst into song at the least provocation, and forbidden boyfriends are forever popping through the French windows to sing and dance with them.Joining White on the creative team are choreographer Bill Deamer, musical director Simon Beck, scenic designer Paul Farnsworth, lighting designer Paul Anderson, sound designer Gregory Clarke and orchestrator David Cullen.The Menier’s production is scheduled to play a limited engagement through March 7, 2020. Janie Dee(Photo: Anthony Harvey/Getty Images)
In Riverhead shortly after midnight on Friday, February 28, a pizza delivery man was punched in the face and robbed by three males who made off with the pies without paying.Police said the victim was delivering the pies on East Main Street and was on foot at the time of the incident. When approached by the suspects he asked for payment, and was instead hit in the face. The man told Riverhead Town police the suspects took the pizza and fled westbound.Riverhead police patrol units and a K9 officer responded to the scene and conducted a search that yielded negative results. The victim refused medical treatment.Anyone with any information is asked to contact Riverhead police at 631-727-4500.Stabbing Near Unity ParkA neighborhood that has seen an alarming crime rate suffered another incident February 28. Police said a man was stabbed on Oakland Drive West in Riverhead. He checked into Peconic Bay Medical Center for treatment of the wound, said to be a puncture on his upper left arm. Hospital officials notified police. The victim did not provide police with a description of the assailant.Jail For Involvement in Fatal Drug CaseA Flanders man accused of allowing two other men to sell drugs out of his Riverhead auto repair shop, resulting in the death of a Riverhead man who overdosed on their fentanyl-laced heroin, was sentenced in Suffolk County Criminal Court.Bryan Hale, 53, of Flanders, is going to jail for three years.He was indicted in March 2019 with John Brophy, 49, of Riverhead and LaShawn Lawrence, 35, of Greenport, for their involvement in the death of a Riverhead man in September 2018.Court papers reveal Hale, who owns the auto repair shop at 500 Lincoln Street, allowed Brophy and Lawrence to sell drugs from the [email protected] Share
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The Cardinals might be in despair entering Week 13 with a 2-9 record after one of their more devastating losses — a 35-point blow out at the hands of quarterback Philip Rivers and the Chargers — but that hasn’t stopped coach Steve Wilks from making roster moves to try and turn around Arizona’s season in its final weeks.On Monday, the Cardinals announced a number of changes, including cutting two starters: right tackle Andre Smith and cornerback Bene Benwikere. With five games left, Wilks wants to see some more wins. The Cardinals’ only two victories came against the 49ers, who have also struggled and put together a 2-9 record. “Number one, I’m going to keep working hard each and every day,” Wilks said. “Trying to do everything I can to help this team win football games, starting with the coaches, making sure we’re doing the things upstairs and the message is being delivered downstairs and the approach in how we practice.”I’m not changing. There’s no quit. We’re going to persevere. We’re going to find a way to finish strong.” Smith, a 10-year veteran, struggled in his recent outings as he was flagged four times for holding in the past three weeks. Benwikere’s woes came from inconsistent play, Wilks said. He leaves the team with 51 total tackles, one interception and one forced fumble.”If you’re not doing it our way, if you’re not giving us the best opportunity to win football games, number one, you won’t be on the field,” Wilks said, via ESPN. “And if it gets to that point, we’ll move on. And that’s what we did.” Related News NFL Week 12 Blitz Read: Chargers, Ravens wins shape AFC wild-card race; Colts remain in contention Philip Rivers makes NFL history with 25 consecutive completions to start game vs. Cardinals