Kerri Fowler, M.S.
Joining the Wolfpack in 2012, Kerri Fowler has worked in Higher Education for over 15 years with more than a dozen of those primarily spent in the division of Enrollment Management and Services. Her experiences with Undergraduate Admissions, research and communications have all had one notable commonality, the thread of parents and families and the critical role they have in the support and success of today’s college student.
As the Director of Parents and Families Services, Kerri leads communication and programming efforts that serve Wolfpack Families from Admissions through Advancement. Prior to NC State, Kerri worked for the University of Vermont and Northern Vermont University at Lyndon (formerly known as Lyndon State College). She is actively engaged with the AHEPPP: Family Engagement in Higher Education organization and is a current member of the Board of Directors.
Originally from the northeast corner of Vermont, Kerri and her family relocated to Raleigh in 2012. Her partner, Brent and two soon-to-be-teenage daughters enjoy any time in the kitchen or playing card games together. After starting at State, they all quickly became avid Wolfpack fans for college sports, but Kerri will always be a New England fan through-and-through. Go Red Sox! Go Pats! Go Bruins!
Master of Science Human Services - Organizational Management Springfield College 2009
Bachelor of Science Human Services and Psychology Northern Vermont University 2007
Area(s) of Expertise
Organizational Management, Parent and Family Development, Evolving Adulthood, Community Counseling, Leadership Development, Special Event Programming, Communications and Marketing