Brittny Daubenheyer will serve as assistant vice president for enrollment management at Arkansas Tech University effective July 5, 2023.
“Brittny brings a tremendous amount of institutional knowledge and affection for Arkansas Tech University to this position,” said Dr. Keegan Nichols, ATU vice president for student affairs. “She is a skilled and experienced leader who understands the higher education landscape and will help our enrollment management team and our university pursue advances in the recruitment and retention of ATU students. We look forward to welcoming Brittny home to Arkansas Tech.”
Daubenheyer holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in communication and a Master of Liberal Arts degree in communication from Arkansas Tech. She began her career as an admissions officer at ATU and later served her alma mater in the ATU Division of Student Affairs and the ATU Office of the President as an executive assistant. She was also an adjunct instructor in the ATU Department of English and World Languages.
From 2016-18, Daubenheyer was associate director of recruitment at the University of Central Arkansas. She implemented, directed, managed, supervised and evaluated undergraduate recruitment efforts and strategies for all undergraduate freshmen and transfer students.
With Daubenheyer’s assistance, UCA increased first-time freshmen enrollment by 5 percent from fall 2017 to fall 2018 and increased first-time undergraduate enrollment by 3 percent and transfer enrollment by 12 percent from fall 2016 to fall 2017.
Since 2018, Daubenheyer has served as executive director for the National Association of Presidential Assistants in Higher Education. She has provided the association with membership development, fundraising, support services, financial oversight and conference planning.
Daubenheyer also has seven years experience as associate director of high school programs for Sullivan University.
An active member of Junior Auxiliary from 2009-15, Daubenheyer served at the chapter level as provisional class president, assistant treasurer and community education co-chair. She also served on a local, state and national level with Delta Zeta Sorority as college chapter director, recognition chairman and undergraduate scholarship committee member. She is a member of P.E.O.
Daubenheyer and her husband, Brian, reside in Houston, Ark., with their daughter, Claire.