Regina names admissions director


IOWA CITY — Pam Schowalter, MA Ed., Ed S., is the first director of admissions for Regina Catholic Education Center.
The preK-12th grade school system announced her appointment in mid-February, following a national search and administrative selection committee process.
Schowalter’s credentials include over 25 years of experience in education in the roles of school administrator, teacher and adjunct instructor. In her new position, Schowalter will lead Regina in attracting and retaining students center-wide.
Regina president Lee Iben said: “Pam Schowalter is well qualified to establish key relationships and partnerships throughout the greater Iowa City area to further school choice for parents and students. We have great confidence that our Office of Admissions will thrive under her creative leadership and the entire school will benefit greatly from her insight and experience as we continue to recruit and retain excellent students to Regina.”
Schowalter stated: “I’m excited to join the advancement team at Regina. Regina Elementary and Regina Junior/Senior High School are exemplary, time-proven institutions driven by the common mission of helping to shape today’s youth into tomorrow’s leaders. Together, we’ll continue to build on the clear strengths of Regina while offering an open invitation to students and families who seek a quality, affordable, faith-filled education to join the Regina family.”
To learn more about Regina or to schedule a tour, contact Schowalter at or (319) 338-5436, ext. 1755.

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