Leonor is a Senior Director leading Growth Product Management and Product Positioning for EAB’s Technologies.
Working closely with members, and EAB’s delivery and development teams, Leonor and her group explore potential new products and modular extensions for Navigate, Transfer Portal, and Academic Performance Solutions.
Prior to this work, Leonor was closely involved in the development of several products at EAB including the Transfer Portal, an online self-service credit evaluation platform to engage and yield prospective transfer students, and Academic Performance Solutions, a data analytics platform that provides college and department-level metrics and benchmarks to support academic decision-making.
Leonor holds a bachelor’s magna cum laude in psychology from Haverford College and master’s degrees in economics and in economics and public policy from École Polytechnique, Institut d'Études Politiques de Paris (Sciences Po) and École Nationale de la Statistique et de l'Administration Économique (Paris Graduate School of Economics, Statistics and Finance).
Research and Insights
BROWSE RESOURCES About the Webconference As an increasing number of students take non-traditional paths to complete their degree, fostering student success requires coordination not just within individual institutions but across the System. In this webinar, EAB’s research team describes how students move within and between institutions in pursuit of degrees, what major challenges they face, […]
If you're reading this now, chances are your team isn't recruiting enough transfer students. It's bold statement, but our team has seen the same trend time and time again. Learn how to maximize tuition revenue and fill empty seats by increasing transfer student enrollment.
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