Jessica Suito

Jessica Suito

Location: 3191 coral way, suite 630 miami, fl 33145

About me

I'm a meticulous, diligent, and accomplished professional with extensive experience in driving financial performance, directing corporate development, and overseeing the financial aspects of businesses within the academic domain.
In my last years, I have developed a stellar track record working in higher education, from leading strategic growth, forming relationships, and operating with government agencies to student success and retention.
I am confident that my broad knowledge and talents will allow me to positively impact the organization's mission, vision, and stakeholders.
Beyond organizational expectations, I am a people-centered leader.

Knowledge + Humility = Wisdom


strategic planning • analytical skills • operations management • higher education • managerial finance


Comment on Bobbet Mullings's post: I agree this is a great way to build rapport with the new hire and an opportunity to answer questions or provide additional insight in a one-to-one setting.

Following a sequence starting with the application completion, applicant test, interview invitation, structured interview steps, RJP best practices, notes and data assessment, and final decision optimizes efficiency, performance, and satisfaction rates.

Using AIDA to create engaging job ads is a best practice when the school needs to recruit fast and in a targeted manner.

A job analysis is essential to successfully hiring the right instructor for the organization. To perform a sound analysis, you must first establish the KSAOs, define the instructor's potential functions, and identify the available budget for hiring purposes.

A way to foster board vitality is to appoint a "board information liaison" to maintain effective information and communications among members.

An essential component of board meetings' effectiveness is to plan and announce them in advance, as well as organize and conduct the meetings on time.

When identifying and recruiting board members, I found it very important to define the composition of the members that will best reflect the school population in terms of gender, race, ethnicity, etc.

The effectiveness of both the governing Board and Advisory board may depend on how the members were identified, recruited, and trained. Therefore, policies must be very strategic.

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