Eastern Mennonite University names VP for innovation and student recruitment
Jason Good attended EMU and held several previous positions with the university.
Eastern Mennonite University has named Jason Good as vice president for innovation and student recruitment — a new position for the private liberal arts university in Harrisonburg, EMU announced Monday. He will start on Jan. 27.
Good, an EMU graduate who formerly worked as the university’s director of admissions, most recently served as director of locum tenens at Harrisonburg-based health care staffing company CT Assist. Before CT Assist, Good worked in higher education for nearly 15 years, including working as the director of James Madison University’s study abroad program from 2015-2019. Other positions he held at EMU include director of retention, associate director of admissions, adjunct faculty, head soccer coach and cross-cultural faculty leader.
In his new role, Good will work with EMU’s president, provost and vice president on partnerships, advancement and new programming. He will also work to build a student recruitment model and oversee the admissions, marketing and communications departments.
“Jason’s unique academic and administrative experience in higher education, coupled with his proven entrepreneurial capabilities, will help us as we strive to live fully into our mission and vision here at EMU,” President Susan Schultz Huxman said in a statement.
Good holds a Ph.D. and a master’s degree in Hispanic studies from Universidad de Cádiz in Andalusia, Spain, and a bachelor’s degree in sociology and environmental science from EMU.