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Associate Director of Admissions for Recruiting Events and Initiatives
I’m Ella Curry, the assistant director of recruitment here at Marshall. I came to Marshall as a student in 1998. I earned a bachelor’s degree in journalism and went on to use that as a newspaper reporter and public information officer in Pennsylvania. In 2006 I returned to Marshall, this time as an employee. My experience as a student made me love Marshall, but my time in the recruitment office made me dedicated to this university. I love what I do, and I love this school. I can’t imagine myself anywhere else.
Hi, I’m Marlita, and I am a Recruitment Coordinator here at Marshall.
I am a two time graduate of Marshall University (B.S. 2011 and M.S. 2013). Some of my favorite activities include Thundering Herd sports games, and getting involved in the amazing Huntington community by participating in community service. I also enjoy hanging out with friends around the city of Huntington, especially shopping at the mall!
I have gained some incomparable life experiences here at Marshall University that have truly molded me into a well-rounded person. MU really put me on the right track and provided every opportunity to ensure my success. I will always love green and white and forever be a part of the Herd Family. GO HERD!
Hi! I’m Victoria Giuffrida and I’m the recruitment coordinator for Kentucky, Tennessee, North Carolina, and South Carolina. I received my Bachelors in Advertising and Marketing from Marshall in 2014 and went on to obtain my Masters in Journalism with emphasis in Public Relations from Marshall in 2016. I still didn’t feel like my time at Marshall was finished and I’m so honored I get to work for this University that has already given me so much. While at Marshall I was a sister of Alpha Xi Delta and president of the American Advertising Federation. I’ve worked as a graphic designer and marketing assistant for two of the best organizations on campus, the Rec Center and the Marshall Artists Series.
At Marshall, you’re not just a number, you become a part of this amazing community that is passionate about helping its students thrive. I love this university so much and am excited to share that love with future students! Go Herd!
Hi! I’m Lila Mangus and I am a Recruitment Coordinator at Marshall University.
I graduated from Marshall in May 2015 with a bachelors degree in Marketing. During my four years at Marshall, I was very involved with many organizations on campus and enjoyed my time as a college student. I grew up loving Marshall, so I knew that this university was the best decision for me. It is the perfect size all around, which helped me make new friends, as well as succeed in the classroom. With what campus has to offer and my personal experiences, I know that Marshall University offers a great college experience for students. It helped me become a professional, leader, and a proud daughter of Marshall University. GO HERD!!
Hi! My name is Patrick Rayl and I am a recruitment coordinator here at Marshall University.
I first came to Marshall in 2007 and absolutely fell in love with the university and surrounding community. I graduated from Marshall in 2013 with an accounting degree and have continued working for the University ever since. Seeing the progress Marshall has made since 2007 makes me a proud Son of Marshall. I love going to the Marshall football games and walking across campus in the fall. I met my wife while attending Marshall, along with some of my closest friends. Coming to Marshall was really my best decision, ever. Go Herd!
Hi! I’m Hannah Sayre, a recruitment coordinator for southeast West Virginia and the state of Virginia. I recently graduated in May 2016 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Public Relations. During my four years as a student, I was involved in several organizations on campus, which made me more acquainted with the university as each year passed. As a second-generation Marshall graduate, my love for this university started at a young age and when I applied to college, Marshall was my first and only choice. Go Herd!
Information Systems Specialist
I have been with Marshall University for 14 years. I began working in the Admissions office in 2003 and moved to the Office of Recruitment in 2006. As the Information Systems Specialist, I am responsible for all recruitment data and technical needs in the office. I have four daughters I’m extremely proud of, and I’m also pretty proud of my collection of Marshall decorations in my office. Feel free to stop by and see them when you visit!