Team members take on expanded roles

Laura Robinson and Catherine Capolupo Announced as Principal Consultants at NES Reflecting the continued growth, development, and success of NES, Mary Worland Napier is pleased to announce that valued team members Laura Robinson and Catherine Capolupo will now serve as principal consultants at the higher education enrollment search firm. According to Mary Napier, NES founder and principal consultant, “The collective

Napier Executive Search is now NES

“We’re ready for our name and identity to support who we’ve become and take us to where we’re going next.” Mary Napier, founder and principal consultant. NES Searches, a higher education enrollment management search firm, announces a rebrand to NES as the firm shifts its focus from a primary persona to a collective group. “When the firm was founded in

Announcing an alliance with Westfall Executive Advisors

Finding, and placing, the right enrollment management leader within a university or college is imperative for success. But equally important, is the coaching and development support that aligns the new leader and institution during the onboarding phase and beyond. “The changing landscape of higher education requires thoughtful and strategic effort that connects new leaders to the culture as well as

A Partnership with Blue Icon Advisors

Napier Executive Search has embarked on a partnership with Blue Icon Advisors. Blue Icon Advisors is the National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators’ consulting service for colleges, universities, and career schools. As trusted advisors to financial aid professionals, Blue Icon provides consulting, operational reviews, leadership coaching, and custom training to financial aid and enrollment management practitioners. The field of

Now is the time for professional self-care

We each take inspiration from those around us. This is a common practice of learning in education, among our families and in our professional lives. But lately during the health crisis brought on by COVID-19, it has become evident to me that at the heart of what will see us through these unusual, unprecedented, “new normal” times are the relationships