Anne Edmunds is the Director of Undergraduate Admissions at Belmont University, where she has worked for 12 years. She completed her undergraduate degree in math at Vanderbilt University. After working for four years in career services at her alma mater, she earned her master’s degree in higher education administration from Vanderbilt's Peabody College. In 2010, she earned her doctorate in higher education administration from the University of Alabama.
A member of NACAC, SACAC, and AACRAO, Anne has been very active in SACAC, making numerous presentations and serving as the co-chair for the Tennessee State Initiatives Committee for the past four years. She has attended conferences sponsored by SACAC, NACAC, AACRAO, Hobsons, Noel Levitz, College Board, and ACT.
Originally from New Orleans, Anne deferred her enrollment to Vanderbilt for a year to study in England. She enjoys travel, contemporary art, baking, and chocolate.
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