posted on December 23, 2013 13:49
Want to know why things have been a little quiet with the CUDS blog and social media sites?
The CUDS Admissions Office has been working to fill two of its full-time positions. We are pleased to announce that Amber Johnson will be serving as the Admissions Associate and Cynthia "Cyndi" Murray as the Admissions Assistant for the Divinity School.
Read below to learn more.
Amber Hope Johnson
Divinity School Admissions Associate
Amber Hope Johnson has been named Admissions Associate in the Campbell University Divinity School. As Admissions Associate, she will lead the Divinity School in planning and managing recruiting and marketing strategies.
“We are delighted to welcome Amber to the role of Admissions Associate,” says Dr. Andy Wakefield, Dean of the Divinity School. “Her call to ministry, together with her wealth of experience in recruiting, make her a superb fit for this position.”
A native of Lumberton, NC, Johnson has served as Pre-Pharmacy Academic and Admissions Coordinator and Student Affairs Graduate Assistant in the Campbell University College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences. In these positions, she has created recruiting materials and assisted students and their parents through the admissions process and transition into the Pharmacy School. During her undergraduate experience at Campbell where she earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Psychology with a double major in Religion, she worked as a student ambassador in Undergraduate Admissions. Johnson expects to graduate with a Master of Divinity Degree from Campbell in May.
Amber looks forward to using her passion for ministry and theological education, as well as her love for Campbell to share with others what CUDS has to offer as they answer the call placed on their lives.
Cynthia “Cyndi” Murray
Divinity School Admissions Assistant
Cyndi Murray is originally from the Northern Virginia area, but has called Southern Wake County home for nearly 10 years. She married her high school sweetheart after they both graduated from Clarion University of Pennsylvania in 2004. She previously worked for Siemens Medical in customer service, and was fortunate enough to take time off to stay home with both her children while they were babies. She enjoys being active in church ministry, specifically teaching small groups; baking; camping; reading; and generally anything that allows her to spend time with her family. She and her family currently live in Fuquay Varina and attend Fellowship Baptist Church in Willow Spring, NC.
Cyndi is very excited to join the Campbell University Divinity Admissions team, and looks forward to how God will use her for His purposes in this new position!