Laura Gilli

Alumni Engagement Facilitator


Phone: +1 561-237-7280

Professional profile

Alumni Engagement Facilitator Laura Gilli is responsible for building programs that meet the needs of Lynn University's 17,000+ alumni. Working within Career and Alumni Connections, Gilli helps re-engage alumni through hosting local events, providing alumni services and creating opportunities for alumni to support current Lynn University students.

Gilli previously worked in Lynn's Office of Admission as an administrative fellow, with Paragon Events as an event coordinator, with Clemson University's Alumni Association as a game day events manager, and for the Boca Raton Resort and Club.

Gilli loves to cook and grew up working on antique American muscle cars. She enjoys spending time at local car meet ups and cheering on the New England Patriots, Clemson Tiger's football team, and of course, the Fighting Knights.


B.S. Hospitality Management, Lynn University
MBA, Lynn University

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