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Ann Hendrick

Director of the Get2College Program

 

Phone:

601-321-5525

E-mail: 

ahendrick@woodwardhines.org

Hometown

Jackson...she's always been here.

Education

Bachelor’s degree from Millsaps College; Master’s in Higher Education Administration from Indiana University (loves that Hoosier basketball!)

Favorite thing about Get2College

Helping parents and counselors understand the complexities of financial aid.

What she brings to Get2College

“The Grand Architect” – Managing the Get2College Division for Education Services Foundation, she juggles all three Get2College Centers and supports the foundation’s college access initiatives. In her former life she was the Dean of Admissions and Financial Aid with over 20 years of higher education experience at Millsaps College.

More about Ann

When not at work, Ann loves cooking, gardening, and being ‘Granna’. She’s one step from being affectionately classified as a crazy cat lady.

Affiliations and Awards

Current Membership: NCAN – National College Access Network, NPEA (National Partnership for Educational Access), The College Board, SACAC (Southern Association of College Admission Counseling and MS Counseling Association.

NCAN Certified Access Advisor


Southern Association for College Admission Counseling (SACAC):

Nominating and Governance Committee (2016-17)

SACAC board member (2006-2009)

Legislative Committee member (2006)

Participant in NACAC Legislative conference as MS rep (2006)

Work with States Initiatives group hosting state workshops (2008-2010)

Received 2010 President’s Award for Excellence


College Board:

College Keys Compact Member

Chair of the Southern Regional Council – (2004-2005)

CSS National Nominations Committee member

Received 2005 Special Recognition Award for commitment to mission of excellence and equality in education


Education Finance Council:

Outreach Committee member (2006-2014) and Vice-Chair 2008-2009


National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators:

Conference Committee


Southern Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators:

Served on Executive Board as State representative, Vendor/Sponsor Chair, and Newsletter Chair

Served on Conference Committee, Legislative Committee, Nominations/Election Committee

Presenter and moderator at SASFAA conferences

Site Coordinator for New Aid Officers Workshops and Mid-level Administrators workshop (included SWASFAA)


Mississippi Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators:

Served as State President, Electronic Services Committee, Legislative Chair, Nominations Committee, Newsletter Editor, VP for Training, Member-at-large, Default Prevention Committee

Presenter and moderator of many sessions for conferences and new aid workshops

Received MASFAA’s top honor, Professional of the Year 1997-98.


MS Counseling Association (MCA):

Current member

Presenter and moderator for many sessions for conferences