University of Iowa

Pomerantz Career Center Assistant Provost and Executive Director Announcement

To: 
Deans, Directors, and Departmental Executive Officers
From: 
Tanya Uden-Holman, Associate Provost for Undergraduate Education and Dean of the University College
Date: 
May 28, 2019
Subject: 
Pomerantz Career Center Assistant Provost and Executive Director Announcement

I am very pleased to announce that Angi McKie will become the University’s new Assistant Provost and Executive Director of the Pomerantz Career Center effective June 1.  I would like to thank the search committee for a job well done on this national search.   

Angi has been a member of the Pomerantz Career Center since fall 2005, where she has served as the Director of Marketing and Public Relations, Director of Marketing and Operations, and Director of Career Center Operations.  In addition, she has been serving as the interim Assistant Provost and Executive Director of the Pomerantz Career Center since David Baumgartner’s retirement earlier this year.  Prior to joining the Pomerantz Career Center, she worked as a marketing associate in the Joint Office for Marketing and Communications at the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics, and as the district director for the Muscular Dystrophy Association. 

Angi has strong experience in strategic planning, managing multi-faceted budgets, and developing new corporate partnerships and programs.  As part of her role in curriculum development, Angi has worked to ensure that courses offered through the Pomerantz Career Center infuse both theory and application through skill-based work, while being mindful of the diverse backgrounds, experiences, needs and interests of our students.  Her commitment to student success is also seen in her participation in several UI initiatives including the First Generation Task Force, the Hawkeye Engage Leadership Team, and the Path Forward:  Student Success Work Group.   

Angi received her Bachelor of Science in Marketing from Iowa State University and a Master of Organizational Leadership from St. Ambrose University. 

I hope you will join me in congratulating Angi on her new role at the University!

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