Angela Flippo has returned to her alma mater, assuming duties as vice president for enrollment management at Williams Baptist University. Flippo served in the same role previously at WBU, where she will lead the university’s student recruitment efforts.
“There is no better feeling than when we are obedient to God’s purpose and plan for our lives. I’m excited about returning to WBU and being a part of moving Williams to the next level as a Christian university,” Flippo said.
The WBU graduate served previously in the school’s admissions office for two decades. She says she is excited about returning and helping new students gain the experience of a Williams education.
“As students enter college, they are forming their own opinions, ideas and beliefs. I want to encourage parents and students alike to consider the importance a Christ-centered education during this crucial time of a young person’s life. Williams administration, faculty and staff are called to serve at this institution and truly care about helping students find God’s purpose for their lives and supporting them through that journey.”
Dr. Stan Norman, president of WBU, said Flippo is the ideal person to lead recruiting efforts at Williams.
“Angela Flippo has a long and successful track record recruiting students to WBU. She knows and loves this institution. An aggressive student recruitment effort will be at the forefront of our efforts as we move Williams forward, and Mrs. Flippo is exactly the leader we need for that effort,” Norman said.
In addition to her WBU degree, Flippo holds a master’s in business administration from Arkansas State University. She and her husband, Brad, live in Walnut Ridge, and they have two sons.
Williams is a private, Christian university in Walnut Ridge.