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Anne B. Kroll Stassen ’86

Anne -kroll -stassenAnne B. Kroll Stassen ’86 earned her B.A. in Psychology from Earlham, and her Ed.M. and doctoral studies in Higher Education - Administration, Planning & Social Policy from Harvard Graduate School of Education in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Anne currently serves as the Dean of Students at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts in Philadelphia, with responsibilities for strategic visioning of student experience; monitoring and managing student enrollment and retention efforts and trends, budget oversight, and maintaining policies and regulations pertaining to student life, student activities, co-curricular programming, academic advising, career development, and student leadership. Anne’s career in higher education has included serving as primary academic advisor in-residence for first-year students at Harvard College in Cambridge, Massachusetts, Dean of Admissions at Bellarmine University in Louisville, Kentucky, and in Student Life at SUNY Downstate in Brooklyn. Anne and her husband Bill '87 make their home in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, where she also serves as a Trustee and Officer for Germantown Friends School and is a member of the Germantown Monthly Meeting. Anne joined the Board of Trustees in 2017.

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