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Office of Enrollment Management


Michael Keane, Ph.D.
 

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Mike Keane joined Enrollment Management in April 2011 as a Senior Research Associate. Mike graduated from LMU in 2004 with Bachelor's degrees in History and Latin, and earned his Doctorate in Political Science from the University of Notre Dame in May 2010.  In addition to his studies, while at Notre Dame he worked for the Rooney Center for the Study of American Democracy and taught a course on Research Methods to undergraduates. Before returning to LMU, he served as a Research Scientist in the Office of Institutional Effectiveness at Kaplan University from June 2010 to April 2011.

Mike’s academic research focused on political behavior – specifically, the role of race, ethnicity, life satisfaction, and small-group composition in the development of political attitudes. Three of his co-authored articles have been published in peer-reviewed journals, including the American Journal of Political Science.

As the Senior Research Associate in Enrollment Management, Mike collects and analyzes data and prepares reports on a wide variety of different topics across undergraduate admissions, student registration, and financial aid. In particular, he performs analysis that contributes to the recruitment and enrollment of new students, projections of future-term enrollments and financial aid budgets, and other research projects that help Enrollment Management ensure student success from enrollment to graduation and beyond. 

   
Gabriela De Anda
 
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Gabriela de Anda joined Loyola Marymount University in 2006 as the Academic Records Coordinator in the Office of the Registrar.  In June 2007, she transferred to Enrollment Management as the Administrative Coordinator to the Vice President.  Gabriela is responsible for providing administrative support to the Senior Research Associate, Communications Coordinator, and Vice President.  Her responsibilities include: managing the VP’s calendar, scheduling meetings, travel arrangements, and assisting in establishing and implementing procedures to monitor expenses and expedite reconciliation. She is also responsible for the supervision of Work Study students.

Gabriela’s career path changed when she joined Loyola Law School’s Center for Conflict Resolution as one of four mediators.  Gabriela successfully mediated many conflicts through a career spanning over seven years. Specific areas of mediation included family law, workplace conflicts and community disputes. Examples of Alternative Dispute Resolution Experience include; personal injury cases through Los Angeles Superior Court Alternative Dispute Resolution Program;  employment cases through the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC); temporary restraining orders referred by the Inglewood’s Superior Court; student conflicts through the Immaculate Conception Middle  School’s Peer Mediation Program.  Her mediation training includes: California Dispute Resolution Programs Act of 1986 (DRPA), Cultural and Gender Issues in Dispute Resolution, and Advanced American with Disabilities Act (ADA). Gabriela is affiliated with the following Alternative Dispute Resolution Programs: Los Angeles City Attorney’s Dispute Resolution, Buena Fe Voluntary Mediation Services, and Victim Offender Restitution Services.

Gabriela spent eight years working for Los Angeles City Fire Department (LAFD) as a Clerk Typist in the Quality Assurance Unit since its inception in 1990. She has Bachelor of Arts degree in Spanish which contributed to receiving numerous letters of commendation by LAFD’s Chief Engineer and General Manager for her participation in translating from English to Spanish the Medical Priority Dispatch System for the LAFD dispatchers and for her participation in crafting and translating from English to Spanish a brochure for the LAFD’s community outreach program HART (Heart Attack and Rescue Training) targeted for high school students.  In 1992, Gabriela assisted with the transcription of radio messages from the first 36 hours of the Los Angeles Civil Disturbance. These transcriptions were essential to accurately document the actions of the LAFD for historical, training and legal purposes.  In 1997, she received a letter of Commendation by Councilmember, Laura Chick for her translating expertise and commitment in education in the LAFD’s Fire Safety Education and Burn Prevention.