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Sean P. Killion, MBA

Sean joined Temple University in 2007 as the Assistant Director for Assignments and Billing in the Office of University Housing & Residential Life overseeing the University’s Housing Selection Process and working with departmental and divisional marketing communication programs.  Sean served as the Chair of the Division of Student Affairs' Divisional Task Force for Marketing and Branding and Co-Chaired the Division's Web Communications Task Force.  Sean serves on Temple University's Council of Communicators and Social Media Task Force.  In February, 2012, Sean was promoted as the Associate Director for University Housing and Residential Life.

Sean is an active volunteer of the Mid-Atlantic Association of College and University Housing Officers (MACUHO) and currently serves as the Past-President for the Association, having served as President-Elect in 2009-2010 and as President from 2010-2011.  Sean was awarded the James Hurd Outstanding Service Award in October, 2009 and the David G. Butler Distinguished Service Award in November, 2013 for his dedicated service over many years to MACUHO.  Sean also chaired the Marketing and Communications Committee for the Association for College and University Housing Officers International (ACUHO-I) from 2010-2011 and was a member of the Certification in Occupancy Management (CIOM) Task Force.

In addition to his professional affiliations, Sean has remained an active volunteer with the Sigma Nu Fraternity, Inc.  Sean received the 2003 & 2007 Division Commander of the Year Award from the national fraternity for his efforts in the Philadelphia area and was recognized as the 2006-2008 Alumnus of the Biennium at the Grand Chapter in Austin, TX in June 2008.  Sean is also a Board member for the Friends of Archbishop Ryan High School (FARHS) Alumni Association and is currently serving as the organization's Vice President.

Sean graduated from Philadelphia University in May 1998 with a Bachelors of Science degree in Business Administration, received his Masters of Business Administration (MBA) from LaSalle University in May 2005, and is currently enrolled as a doctoral student in the College of Education's Education Leadership and Policy Studies (ELPS) department at Temple University.