Daniels is originally from California and earned a bachelor’s degree in English Technical Writing with a minor in Business Management at Utah State University in 2007. In 2012, he earned a master’s degree in Industrial Organizational Psychology at Argosy University.
While in college, Daniels worked with youth camps throughout the country and was active within his church community serving in several leadership capacities. He also taught religious education to high school students during his senior year in college.
Daniels began his professional career in marketing and accepted a position as an admissions counselor in 2010. He also worked as an admissions manager and director of enrollment before joining Benedictine University at Mesa in March 2016.
Potter earned a Bachelor of Arts in History at Alma College, where he also worked as a student assistant in the Admissions office throughout his undergraduate career giving campus tours to prospective students.
Potter has worked in the university admissions field since graduating from Alma College in 1998. He was an admissions representative for Adrian College, assistant director of Admissions at Central Michigan University and manager of Specialized Recruiting for the Eastern Michigan University Transfer Admissions office. His passion for access to postsecondary education and years of experience working with diverse populations of high school students, counselors and advising transfer students brought him to Benedictine University at Mesa in October 2016.
“One of my favorite things about Benedictine University at Mesa is how involved, caring and motivated our students, faculty and staff are,” Potter said. “This is the fourth institution I’ve worked for and it’s truly one of a kind. Benedictine University at Mesa will give students all the tools necessary to succeed at whatever they choose to pursue.”
Voak earned a bachelor’s degree in Sociology at Arizona State University (ASU), where she was a four-year member of the softball team, a two-time All-American and a regular fixture on the dean's list prior to graduating in 2003.
The former co-head coach at the University of Southern Mississippi who helped establish the softball program at Grand Canyon University was a key part of ASU's run to a national championship as a member of the softball staff in 2008. She brings her experience in college recruitment, academic success development, leadership and athletics to Benedictine University at Mesa, where she will introduce students and their families to the University's values-based education and help them establish a quality foundation for lifelong learning.
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