- Wofford College’s Mungo Center for Professional Excellence recently welcomed two new team members and promoted one team member.
Jeremy Boeh has been named assistant director of the Mungo Center. He is a Wofford junior majoring in history and a graduate of the center’s summer Institute for Professional Development. Boeh will work part-time. His previous work experience includes two tours of duty in Iraq as a staff sergeant in the U.S. Army.
Erin Emory has been hired as assistant director of Career Services. She holds a B.A. in English from Presbyterian College in Clinton, S.C. Before joining the Mungo Center, Emory served a one-year appointment as a VISTA volunteer with the United Way of the Piedmont in Spartanburg.
Kelly French has been promoted to manager of the Mungo Center. She is completing her B.S. in organizational leadership at Southeastern University in Lakeland, Fla. She joined the staff in 2011 as administrative assistant. Previously, French held administrative positions in Wofford’s Financial Aid Office and at Southern Wesleyan University in Central, S.C. Her promotion recognizes a substantial expansion of her previous duties.
The Mungo Center for Professional Excellence houses seven programs focused on helping students develop an advanced set of professional skills to complement their liberal arts education. The professional skills taught through Mungo Center programs provide a significant competitive advantage after graduation.
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