Hills bio page
BA 2007, Communication
M.Ed. 2009, Sports Administration, Bowling Green State University
Senior Assistant Director, Enrollment Management Communications
West Lafayette, IN
Jacqueline Hills recently returned to campus to coordinate Enrollment Management Communications under the direction of Associate Vice Provost and Dean of Admissions, Pam Horne. In her role in the Office of Enrollment Management, she oversees internal communications between Enrollment Management units with a goal of providing clarity and simplicity for students.
While attending Purdue, Hills worked hand in hand with the Director of Football Operations for the Purdue Football program. Her responsibilities included managing a team of 30+ ambassadors to host football recruits and their parents on campus visits, and coordinate ambassadors for additional football and athletic department engagements.
Upon completion of her undergraduate degree at Purdue, Hills was awarded a Graduate Assistantship at Bowling Green State University to work in development for Falcon athletics. Hills oversaw key athletic engagement activities such as National Women in Sports Day, initialized and managed the brick fundraising campaign for the Stroh Center, and implemented a stewardship program for young Falcon Alumni. She earned a Master of Education in sports administration with her masters’ project focused on the “Influence of the 1980 Olympic Boycott on U.S. Athlete’s.”
After completing her graduate studies, Hills worked as Operations Manager for D1 Sports Training and Therapy, managing the launch of the new facility in Columbus, OH. She co-directed day to day operations of the facility including: physical therapy, sales and speed, strength and agility coaching. Hills also administered the membership and financial information on a month to month basis.
Jacqueline currently resides in a “historic gem” in downtown Lafayette, IN. She is a distance runner always training for her next marathon and despite spending the chunk of her career in the Buckeye State; she has remained a giving alumni and became notorious for her desktop picture proclaiming, “It’s A Great Day to Be a Boilermaker.”