NEW YORK — E. Edward Klotzbier was appointed regional vice president for the College Board’s New England Regional Office effective March 30, 2012. As regional vice president, Klotzbier will oversee the College Board’s educational programs and services for Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Vermont. An administrator and educator, he most recently served as vice president for student affairs at Northeastern University, where he worked for the past 10 years on the transformation of Northeastern to a modern and diverse residential campus community and focused on strategies around student success and retention.
“Ed is deeply committed to our core values of equity and access,” said Andrea Mainelli, senior vice president for region and account services at the College Board. “In this leadership role, Ed will also bring fresh perspectives and engagement to our membership across K–12 and higher education.”
“I am excited to be joining such an important organization working to make sure that every young person and their families have the tools necessary to help them prepare for and achieve a college education,” said Klotzbier.
Klotzbier holds a juris doctorate from New England School of Law and a bachelor’s degree in public administration from Northeastern University. Prior to his work in higher education, Klotzbier worked in corporate affairs for Mellon Financial Corp., at the law firm of Palmer & Dodge, and in the Massachusetts state government.
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