Ohio State Marion hires UT grad assistant and promotes from within
to bring more focus to the college experience
The Ohio State University at Marion recently welcomed Nadea Khorbotly as its new program manager of student life. In addition to Khorbotly’s hire, the campus has named staff member Shawn Jackson, assistant director of student life and diversity. Jackson previously served as program coordinator of diversity for Ohio State Marion.
Khorbotly is responsible to create and oversee new and existing student organizations on campus, as well as working to creating programs to enhance student life on campus.
She previously served as graduate assistant in the Office of Student Involvement and Multicultural Student Services at the University of Toledo. Khorbotly earned her undergraduate degree in middle level education from the University of Akron and her Master’s Degree in Higher Education from the University of Toledo. While at the University of Toledo, she worked with student organizations to assist them with administrative functions and assisted in creating a vibrant college experience through the office of student activities and multicultural office.
“I hope to increase the number of opportunities for students to become involved in a wider variety of organizations and interests on campus and in the community,” said Khorbotly. “This will help create avenues for students to become leaders on campus.”
Born and raised in Akron, Ohio Khorbotly currently resides in Ada, Ohio with her husband Sami. The couple plan to relocate to the Marion area, which will allow her to be more involved on campus and in the community.