Meet Our Counselors
Assistant Vice President for Admissions
Jason is a 1998 graduate of the 3/2 Business Administration and MBA program. Following graduation, he worked in the banking industry for almost 7 years before returning to the Campbell Community in 2005. He is proud to lead a team of individuals who strive to make higher education an opportunity for so many. His vision for Admissions is to bring in top quality students that will be good representatives of CU now and in the future. Jason has been happily married to his wife, Bobbie for 13 years and is the proud father of two future camels, Reagan and Chase.
Director of Admissions Administration
Although Kathy was born and raised in Wisconsin, her service in the Army brought her to North Carolina, where she was stationed at Ft. Bragg. She loved North Carolina so much that it has remained her home ever since. Kathy felt the Lord leading her to Campbell University many years ago and feels this is still where He wants her to be. She has been part of the Campbell family for 18 years, working in Alumni Relations and Advancement before joining the Admissions team in 2008. Kathy has been married for over 30 years to her husband, Lynn and they have two wonderful daughters, Jill and Shelley. She is also the proud grandmother of two beautiful granddaughters. Kathy says it's her family that makes her world go round!
Director of Admissions Communication & International Compliance
Allison is a 2000 graduate of Campbell University with a degree in Psychology and a 2004 graduate with a Masters in Education. She has traveled all over the United States with her family, but home is Fuquay Varina, NC. Allison is a former Resident Director in Residence Life. Clearly, Allison has a passion for working with students, both current and prospective and she understands the needs of students as they engage the college experience. International students as well as domestic students will enjoy working with Allison.
Admissions Experience Coordinator
Ellie is a 2009 graduate of Campbell with a BA in Mass Communication. Although originally from Maryland, Ellie has always felt right at home in the south and could not be happier to be a part of the CU admissions team. After being an admissions counselor for 3 years Ellie is excited about her new role as admissions experience coordinator. Ellie will organize all admissions related events and looks forward to working closely with students to help them make their college decision.
Director of Undergraduate Transfers
Nick is a 2004 Graduate of the 3/2 Business Administration and MBA program. Originally from Virginia Beach, VA, Nick enjoys the beach when there are waves to ride and golfing when he brings his "A game." Nick wants to make sure that you have every question answered and your transition to Campbell goes as smooth as possible. If there is ever anything you need just call or send him an e-mail.
Emily Manhart is a 2003 graduate of Campbell University with a B.S. in Family and Consumer Science. She is from Lillington, NC and is excited about helping students with the admissions process at Campbell University. Feel free to email or call her anytime!
Kelli, a Huntington, West Virginia native and 2003 graduate of Marshall University is no stranger to Buies Creek. She made her first appearance in BC in 2005 as an Assistant Softball Coach for the Fighting Camels. After spending several years at CU the country roads took her back to WV. She always knew she wanted to be back in the south and being at Campbell would be a bonus!! After joining the Admissions staff in October of 2010, she has embraced her “kids” from Northeastern North Carolina and Virginia. Kelli is eager to bring them to Campbell, a place she calls HOME!
Corrine Boggs was born and raised in Ohio. She is a graduate of Bowling Green State University in Ohio with a B.S. in Sports Management and a minor in Marketing. In 2006 Corrine decided she needed a change so she moved to Buies Creek to work for the Athletic Department at Campbell University. She was the Marketing Assistant for Campbell University’s 20 sports for two years. In 2008 Corrine gave birth to her little miracle Amira Diane. Since Amira was born prematurely and needed extra love and care Corrine stayed home with Amira and took time off from working. In 2012 Corrine realized how much she missed Campbell University and came back to work in the Admissions Department. She is glad to be back at Campbell and wants to share her love for Campbell with others. Feel free to call or email her anytime!
Mikaela Priddy is 2011 graduate of Campbell with a B.A. in Communication Studies, focusing in Public Relations and Health Communication. Raised in Harnett County, Mikaela has always loved the rural beauty that Buies Creek offers. She loves the outdoors, the fine arts, and anything orange and black!
Mike is a 2006 graduate of Campbell with a Social Science degree, focusing in Government (now referred to as Political Science). He is a Clayton, NC native and was a third generation Campbell student. After spending over five years working in two different U.S. Congressional offices, he was called home back to Campbell. Feel free to call or email Mike if you have any questions.
Will Bratton is a 2011 graduate of Campbell University with a B.A. in Communications Studies. Originally from Roanoke Rapids, NC, Will enjoys college athletics, photography and anything that has to do with the Fighting Camels! If there is ever anything you need just call or send Will an e-mail. Go Camels!
Northeast Regional Admissions Director
David was born and raised in New Jersey. A graduate of Seton Hall University, he holds a Masters in Sports Administration and brings years of experience in higher education and recruiting. He previously held the position of Senior Admission Counselor and Director of Athletic Recruiting at Centenary College (NJ) for 7 years. A former college baseball player, David served 8 seasons as head coach at the NCAA Division II and III levels compiling 158 victories. He looks forward to opening the eyes of students in the northeast to the wonderful opportunities that await them at Campbell University.