Staff Profile

Inger Maher
Director of Academic and Student Services

Inger oversees the student experience at the GSM, starting when students arrive for Orientation, all the way through to Commencement.  In her position, she plays a lead role in delivering varied programming to students, including international exchange programs and the GSM’s new Principled Leadership Program. Inger manages policies and procedures affecting student enrollment and academic advising, as well as oversees the process for student scholarship awards.

Prior to her current role in Student Services, Inger ran the GSM’s career counseling program for MBA students for the past twelve years. She worked with students on all aspects career planning and preparation, including self-assessment, résumé writing, interviewing, job search and negotiations. In addition to personalized advising, Inger developed content for and delivered a variety of workshops on these topics and engaged employers for programming as well as student employment opportunities. Inger was also instrumental in developing a formal career development curriculum program for UC Davis MBA students.

Before joining UC Davis, Inger worked for 10 years in corporate human resources/staffing and technical recruiting for Apple, Intel and other top firms. Inger holds an M.S. in Counseling from California State University, Sacramento, and a B.A. in International Relations from Michigan State University.

 

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