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    Gerald Zaboski ’87, G’95 Named Vice President

    Gerald Zaboski ’87, G’95, was named vice president for enrollment management and external affairs at The University of Scranton.
    November 4, 2019

    The University of Scranton has named Gerald Zaboski ’87, G’95, vice president for enrollment management and external affairs.

    “Gerry has faithfully served the University for 31 years, most recently as vice provost for enrollment management and external affairs,” said Scott R. Pilarz, S.J., president of The University of Scranton, in an announcement to the University community of Zaboski’s promotion. “Gerry works tirelessly for the University and has worked closely with me throughout my years at Scranton, providing guidance with strategic institutional communications. I greatly appreciate his leadership and his dedication to the Jesuit mission of the University.”

    In this position, Zaboski will provide overall strategic direction to the University’s admissions and enrollment activities, financial aid, branding and marketing efforts, news and media relations, and community and government relations. He will also continue to serve as a member of the University’s cabinet and as the leader for the University’s Incident Management Team.

    Zaboski joined the staff at the University in 1988. During his career at Scranton he served as executive assistant to the president, vice president for external affairs and vice president for alumni and public relations. He has also served on and chaired several committees including the University’s 125th Anniversary Committee. Prior to joining the University, he worked as public information manager for the Greater Scranton Chamber of Commerce.

    Zaboski serves on the board and executive committee of the Scranton Lackawanna Human Development Agency, and on the boards of Lackawanna Industrial Fund Enterprises and the Institute for Public Policy and Research. He also serves as treasurer of the West Wyoming Hose Company #1.  He is a past president of the Scranton Lions Club.

    A resident of West Wyoming, Zaboski earned his bachelor’s and master’s degrees from The University of Scranton and is a member of Alpha Epsilon Alpha and Alpha Sigma Nu honor societies.

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