Chatfield Welcomes New Enrollment Advisors

Chatfield College is pleased to welcome two additional Enrollment Advisors, Dyonta Bizzle-Brown and Laura Hils. Bizzle-Brown and Hils will assist prospective students primarily at the Cincinnati location in Over-the-Rhine.

Dyonta Bizzle-Brown is a 2018 graduate from Berea College with a Bachelor of Arts in Communications. “Chatfield is a very warm and welcoming place! It was easy to engage and develop relationships with everyone upon arrival. I was instantly drawn to the atmosphere as well as the mission which Chatfield holds to its highest standards. I am very blessed to have the opportunity to join such a wonderful group,” said Bizzle-Brown. He is a resident of Mount Healthy, Ohio.

Laura Hils is a 2019 graduate of the University of Cincinnati with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communications. “I’ve always dreamed of working in higher education and helping people fulfill their dreams. It’s a great feeling to help people realize their full potential and realize that it is possible for them to earn a degree. They are capable, supported, seen, and heard along the way,” said Hils.  She is a resident of Mariemont, Ohio.

“We are fortunate to have both of these young professionals join our enrollment team at Chatfield,” said Christina Mullis, Director of Admissions and Marketing. “What impressed me about Laura and Dyonta was the enthusiasm they had for our mission and desire to extend the Chatfield experience. I am confident our prospective students will be in great hands as they navigate the college admissions process.”

Chatfield College will be offering on-campus and online classes this fall, beginning August 17, 2020. The unique block-day schedule will allow students to attend their scheduled class only one day per week for two hours and forty-five minutes. The block schedule offers flexibility, convenience, and safety in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic.

Bizz Brown

Laura Hils

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