Philadelphia University welcomes two new staff members—Julia Aggreh, registrar, and Katherine Boschi, director of special gifts—to campus.
Julia Aggreh has joined Philadelphia University as the registrar. She comes to PhilaU from Chestnut Hill College, where she was the registrar for the past four years. As registrar, Aggreh’s responsibilities include managing the administrative and operational functions of the registrar’s office ― including efficient registration for students ― as well as maintaining the integrity of student academic records, the University’s catalog and the University academic calendar, among others.
She has worked in educational administration for over 16 years, including as registrar for John F. Kennedy University, Western Career College and Bryman College, all in Calif. Aggreh has a master’s degree in music education (M.M.Ed) from Illinois State University and B.A. from the University of Lagos, Nigeria.
Katherine Boschi has joined Philadelphia University as the director of special gifts in the Office of Development and Alumni Relations. Her role at PhilaU is to raise funds to support the University from individuals by building strong relationships with alumni and friends. Boschi works with donors to engage them and make them feel genuinely connected to PhilaU, excite them about the University’s ambitious plans and goals, and show them how their gift can have a real and important impact on our future.
Boschi comes to PhilaU from King’s College London where she was the major gifts fundraiser, and the Imperial War Museum in London where she worked as the senior development officer. In these roles, Boschi was responsible for raising gifts of $10,000 to $250,000 in support of special projects and a capital campaign.
Originally from Dallas, she graduated from Texas Christian University in Fort Worth, Texas.