Angela Polec, Ed.D.

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Dr. Angela Polec, Ed.D. serves as Vice President of Enrollment, Marketing, and Communications. She joined the University’s Executive Cabinet upon her arrival to La Salle in April 2019, and previously has served as Vice President of Marketing and Communications and Assistant Vice President of Strategic Communications and Marketing. In her role, Dr. Polec leads the development and management of the University’s brand, and oversees strategic communications, digital strategy, marketing, media relations, University events, and enrollment and admissions initiatives across all programs.

Prior to arriving at La Salle, Dr. Polec served as the Executive Director of Marketing and Communications at Montgomery County Community College (MCCC) since 2015. In this role, she oversaw branding, enrollment marketing, digital strategy, and strategic communications. Dr. Polec played a leadership role on a number of college-wide initiatives. She worked on the college’s Integrated Planning and Advising for Student Success (iPASS) project team, was a core member of the institution’s enrollment management leadership team, and served on the college-wide curriculum committee. Dr. Polec also co-chaired the college’s strategic planning committee leading the development of the college’s five-year plan.

Prior to her time at MCCC, Dr. Polec served as the Director of Marketing for Temple University, overseeing the second phase of the Temple Made brand campaign. In earlier roles at Temple, Dr. Polec oversaw the digital presence for the university’s advancement division including web, email, and social media.

Dr. Polec has presented at several national conferences and has co-authored an article and book chapter on the use of predictive analytics in student success initiatives. She holds an M.S. and a B.B.A. in marketing from Temple University and an Ed.D. in Higher Education Management at the University of Pennsylvania, with her dissertation focusing on the role of the chief marketing officer in higher education.