From staff reports
Indiana University Kokomo announced the appointment of Todd Gambill as vice chancellor for student affairs and enrollment management.
He began his position Monday.
Gambill previously served as vice president for student life at Georgetown College in Georgetown, Ky.
“Todd brings a wealth of knowledge to our campus. I look forward to working with him to continue moving IU Kokomo forward as a destination of choice for students in our region,” Interim Chancellor Susan Sciame-Giesecke said. “His leadership skills and experience in higher education will be a great asset to our campus.”
As vice chancellor, Gambill’s responsibilities include admissions, scholarships and financial aid, student activities, athletics, career services, counseling and health services, disability services and campus diversity.
“I see a culture of supporting students to succeed at IU Kokomo, and I truly look forward to being a part of that,”Gambill said. “I consider myself to be a builder, and this is a place [where] I would like to contribute. We are poised for some really exciting opportunities.”
Gambill has a bachelor’s degree in sport management from Pfeiffer University, two master’s degrees — one in sport management from Appalachian State University and the other in higher education administration from University of Virginia. In addition, he earned his doctorate from University of Virginia.
Gambill and his wife, Jeannie, plan to live in Kokomo with their three children.