Kim Gaither recently was appointed as the vice president for enrollment management at Culver-Stockton. In her new role, Gaither will oversee the offices of admission and student success, advancing the college’s enrollment vision and strategy.
CANTON, Mo. — Kim Gaither recently was appointed as the vice president for enrollment management at Culver-Stockton College.
In her new role, Gaither will oversee the offices of admission and student success, advancing the college’s enrollment vision and strategy.
Gaither, a 1979 graduate of C-SC, has been a member of the college’s faculty since 2003, teaching many finance courses. She earned the Helsabeck Prize for Excellence in Teaching in 2008 and the Presidential Service Award in 2012. She earned her doctorate in business administration in 2009 from North Central University in Prescott, Ariz. She was selected as a peer evaluator by the Higher Learning Commission in 2018, and she completed her first evaluation in the spring of 2019.
Before accepting her new role, Gaither was the associate dean for student success and assessment. In that position, she oversaw all academic advising, developmental education coursework, TASC (the academic success center for tutoring), disability services, First Year Experience courses, academic probation students, the retention program and the institution’s assessment for all academic and co-curricular departments.
Gaither was the general manager of a training and development consulting group for 15 years before coming to Culver-Stockton. She has served on the Canton School Board for six years, been the treasurer of her church and assisted with many youth sports teams and activities. She is a member of the American Association of University Women and the local Parent-Teacher Organization.
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