Monday, November 2, 2015

Edison welcomes Carlisle and Smith to Darke County Campus

Rachel Carlisle (R) and Cassie Smith join Edison’s Darke County Campus staff.
Edison State Community College is pleased to welcome Rachel Carlisle and Cassie Smith to the Darke County Campus. Carlisle has joined the campus as an Enrollment Manager while Smith has joined as a College Resource Specialist.

Carlisle, of Arcanum, comes to Edison as a seasoned leader, most recently working for the United States Department of Agriculture. In addition to her service with the U.S.D.A., Carlisle also has volunteer experience with the Ohio National Guard Family Readiness and Warrior Support program where she was instrumental in providing resources and support to National Guard Soldiers and their families. Carlisle is a 2003 graduate of The Ohio State University.

“The addition of Rachel will allow us to increase our presence in the Darke County school districts,” said Edison Darke County Campus Dean Chad Beanblossom. “We plan to have Rachel scheduled to be in the schools on a regular basis assisting students with enrollment, advising, and college credit plus. This is a new position to the Darke County Campus and I am thrilled to have Rachel on board.”

Smith, of Gettysburg, is making a return to Edison. The 2004 Edison State Community College graduate brings years of interpersonal and management experience to the Darke County Campus. Smith has held a variety of positions that have prepared her to advance her career in customer service.

“We are delighted to have Cassie as a member of the Darke County Campus team. She brings exceptional customer service skills to the campus, along with a strong desire to assist students with all of their needs,” added Beanblossom.

“Edison State’s Darke County Campus is committed to providing outstanding service to our students and the community. Rachel and Cassie, along with our existing staff, work daily to create a campus that is appealing to all of the communities we serve in Darke County and the surrounding areas.”

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