Meredith Chapman Obituary, Death – When the events in question took place, Meredith Chapman was filling in for the associate vice president of Villanova University in her capacity as acting vice president. She was promoted to the position of senior news manager at the University of Delaware’s Office of Communications and Marketing (OCM) in the year 2010, the same year that she began working there for the first time. This marked the beginning of her job as a professional in the communications industry after she had previously worked as an amateur.
As part of the responsibility that was assigned to her in 2013, she took on the additional responsibility of managing advanced correspondences. At addition to this, she kept her position as an assistant staff member in the Department of Communication as well as the Lerner College of Business and Economics throughout this time. In 2016, she was able to earn the Social Media Marketing Strategy Certificate after completing the course that was offered through the college’s Professional and Continuing Studies department. She was presented with an award by the University Professional and Continuing Education Association in recognition of this achievement (UPCEA).
In addition to that, she had worked as an expert at Ruffalo Noel Levitz, where she instructed students in the areas of digital marketing, process marking, and other related topics. Her background in this industry extends back to well before she started working for the company. She attended the University of Dayton for both her undergraduate and graduate studies, where she earned a bachelor’s degree and a master’s degree.
Her undergraduate degree was in correspondence, and her graduate degree was in instructional technology. She also has a certificate in instructional technology. She participated in cheerleading at both Newark High School and the University of Delaware, where she was a student; at Newark High School, she was a member of the cheerleading squad, and at the University of Delaware, she participated in the cheerleading squad.