Notre Dame de Namur University Selects New Dean of Students
Belmont, CA, April 13, 2011 — Notre Dame de Namur University announced the appointment of Jean Grech Condé as Dean of Students. Condé was previously the interim Dean of Students.
Condé came to NDNU in August 2010. She brings over 20 years of professional and administrative experience in student affairs at public and private universities, having worked at such institutions as University of San Diego, UC Berkeley, UC Irvine, and CSU Stanislaus, where she most recently served as senior director of campus life. She has a bachelor’s degree in history from the University of California, Santa Barbara and a master’s degree in education from Colorado State University.
“We are most fortunate that Jean Grech Condé serves NDNU in this leadership role as the Dean of Students,” said Provost Diana Demetrulias. “Given her exemplary demonstration of NDNU’s mission and values, connections to students and their academic and personal success, communication and collaboration skills, and vision and leadership, I am confident she will continue to enhance the student experience at NDNU.”
As Dean of Students, Condé oversees departments in Student Affairs that contribute to student and community development. “I work collaboratively with everyone who works with students and who make the student experience a good one,” said Condé. “I think I have the best job on campus.”