Holohan-Moyer Named Registrar at Daemen
July 16, 2014
Director of Institutional Communication
AMHERST, N.Y. – Irene Holohan-Moyer, who has 19 years of experience in higher education and management, has been named registrar at Daemen College by President Gary A. Olson. The appointment is effective July 16.
As registrar, she will oversee all operations of the registrar and registration offices, including managing student academic records, issuing official transcripts, ensuring compliance with federal and state reporting, and many other functions.
Holohan-Moyer succeeds Paulette Anzelone, who will retire July 31 after nearly 41 years of service to Daemen.
“Irene’s extensive experience in higher education and proven expertise in areas pertinent to the registrar role made her an ideal choice to oversee this vital position at Daemen,” said Olson. “She is a wonderful selection to succeed Paulette, who has provided outstanding leadership as registrar and made many contributions throughout her long career at the college.”
Holohan-Moyer comes to Daemen after 13 years at the University at Buffalo, where she most recently was director of enrollment systems support for HUB (the student information system). Prior to this, she served as associate registrar and held positions in student services and academic advising.
At UB, Holohan-Moyer received the CIT Ignite Award and the Career Services Award of Recognition, among other honors.
An East Amherst resident, she holds a master’s degree in college counseling and student personnel administration and a bachelor’s degree in psychology, both from UB.