Parameters for image-map-2:{}
University of New Haven logo
Parameters for article:{}

Olin V.P. Dolores Ennico Named To UNH Board of Governors

Release Date:
10/27/2011 12:00 AM
Body

October 27, 2011

University of New Haven: Dolores Ennico, 500px Dolores Ennico

WEST HAVEN, CONN.  -- Dolores Ennico, ’82 MBA, has been appointed to the University of New Haven’s Board of Governors. 

Ennico is the vice president of human resources at Olin Corporation’s headquarters in St. Louis.  In 2009, she was elected an officer of Olin and currently directs the human resource activities for 3,800 employees worldwide.

She began her career with Olin as a research technician in the company’s New Haven research and development center, rising through the ranks to lab manager and eventually vice president. 

A veteran of numerous non-profit boards, Ennico has served on the boards of the Lewis and Clark Community College in Godfrey, Ill. and the Alton (Ill.) Memorial Hospital.  Currently, she serves on the boards of the United Way of St. Louis and the St. Louis Area Business Coalition.

She earned a bachelor’s degree in microbiology and a master’s degree in biochemistry from Southern Connecticut State University as well as an MBA from the University of New Haven.

A leader in experiential education, the University of New Haven provides its students with a valuable combination of solid liberal arts and real-world, hands-on professional training. Founded in 1920, UNH is a private, top-tier comprehensive university with an 82-acre main campus. The university has an enrollment of nearly 6,400: approximately 1,800 graduate students and more than 4,600 undergraduates, 70 percent of whom reside in university housing. The university offers 75 undergraduate and graduate degrees through the College of Arts and Sciences, College of Business, the Henry C. Lee College of Criminal Justice and Forensic Sciences, the Tagliatela College of Engineering and University College. University of New Haven students study abroad through a variety of distinctive programs.