Lynn University has appointed three new directors: Maria Bimonte, purchasing; Aaron Greenberg, employee services and Barbara C. Sageman, alumni affairs.
Bimonte oversees services provided to the campus and ensures all activities support the university's academic, administrative, and operational goals and standards.
With more than 30 years of experience in procurement, Bimonte previously served as senior director of auxiliary services for Quinnipiac University in Hamden, Connecticut. She also held purchasing positions at Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut. Bimonte obtained her Master of Business Administration from Quinnipiac and Bachelor of Science from Southern Connecticut State University.
Greenberg oversees Lynn's human resource (HR) and payroll activities, including employee relations, compensation, benefits, training, and tax and regulatory filings.
Prior to joining Lynn, Greenberg served as managing director of employee relations at Nova Southeastern University. During his 14 years at Nova, he also guided the design and oversight of HR strategies for the university's Mailman Segal Center for Human Development. Greenberg holds a Master of Business Administration from Nova and a Bachelor of Science from Florida Atlantic University.
Sageman directs programs to cultivate lifelong partnerships between Lynn alumni and their alma mater. This includes assisting with the President's Alumni Advisory Council and securing financial support.
Sageman joins Lynn with over 16 years of experience in higher education. Most recently, she held community relations, fundraising and development roles at Florida Atlantic University. She also has served in various higher education leadership positions, including director of career services and university admissions. Sageman received both her master's and bachelor's in business administration from Saginaw Valley State University.
"Among Lynn's many achievements the past few years, we integrated iPad-powered learning, launched an affordable, accelerated online degree program and announced several academic collaborations," says Lynn President Kevin M. Ross. "Maria, Aaron and Barbara's contributions will help us continue to make great advancements."