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Dr. Kim Fabbri-Greener

Fabbri-Greener Announced as SU Career Services Director

SALISBURY, MD---With more than 15 years of professional experience in higher education, civic engagement and non-profit leadership, Dr. Kim Fabbri-Greener has been announced as Salisbury University’s next career services director.

She comes to SU from the University of South Florida (USF), where she served as an associate director in the institution’s Center for Leadership and Civic Engagement.

“Kim has promoted and encouraged student success and achievement throughout her career,” said Dr. Dane Foust, SU vice president of student affairs. “We look forward to the passion and service she will bring to students at SU starting this fall in her new role as director of career services.”

“Whether teaching, directing, coordinating, presenting or organizing, helping student to excel and reach their potential has been central to who I am as a professional,” said Fabbri-Greener. “I hope my passion for education and student success sparks lifelong engagement in the students and colleagues I’m looking forward to working with at SU.”

As career services director, Fabbri-Greener will cultivate and communicate SU’s career development philosophy, coordinating with the University’s career professionals to provide services including career advising and assistance with the job search process, interviewing, resume and letter writing, and additional tools to prepare students to manage their careers. She also will work to serve employers who recruit and employ SU students.

At USF, her work focused on empowering students to build their leadership capacity and helping them prepare for successful transitions to life after college.

Fabbri-Greener’s previous higher education experience has included multiple positions at King’s College in Wilkes-Barre, PA, including coordinator of community outreach; short-term, faculty-led programs abroad; and the Scholars in Service to Pennsylvania program.

She also served King’s College as an AmeriCorps Volunteers in Service to America (VISTA) member, worked as director of development at the Catholic Center at New York University, and has taught classes in leadership at USF. In addition, she previously taught as an adjunct in SU’s History Department.

Beyond higher education, Fabbri-Greener has served as director of service learning at Tower Hill School in Wilmington, DE; and executive director of the Milton, DE, Historical Society.

She earned her Ph.D. and M.A. in history from Lehigh University, and her B.A. in history and political science from King’s College.

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