Get to know Sherie Sadlier, Corporate Director of Admissions.
Where you were born and raised: Born in California, raised right in Texas!
Where you went to school: University of Texas, Capitol City Careers/Court Reporting
How long you've been with the company: 25 years
How you help our students in your professional capacity: Our Admissions Team helps students figure out their career direction and then guides them through the enrollment process. Students don't just 'sign up' at our schools, our Admissions Representative learns about their interests, their goals and their motivations to help them make the right decisions about their careers and futures. Our entire staff and faculty really get to know each and every student.
What you like most about your job: I love being part of changing lives! It is so rewarding to see the transformation in our students from being 'freshmen' to being externs and graduates. The confidence that our students gain while they're here, the friendships they make and the opportunities that await them upon graduation make me know that I am in the right career each and every day!
Hobbies, special interests: Photography, Fishing and spending time with my children and my granddaughter
Anything else you think would be good for people to know: We have been changing lives right here in Austin, Texas for over 40 years. We care about our students and the employers who hire our graduates. We have second and third generations of families as graduates of our programs. Three of my four children, my cousin and I, are all graduates of our schools. My niece currently attends the Pharmacy Tech program
There is nothing better than helping people increase their skills and knowledge so that they can better care for their families. I love our faculty, staff and students and how, together, we change lives!
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