Anastasia E. Gilpatrick

Anastasia Gilpatrick

Project Manager | Director of Technology for Academic Affairs

Anastasia Emelianoff Gilpatrick serves as the project manager and director of technology for the Office of the Provost. Anastasia received her masters degree from the University of Maryland, College Park and bachelors degree from College of Charleston. Prior to joining the College, Mrs. Gilpatrick served as a City Planner for the City of Charleston for four years and worked in the field of environmental technology, energy policy and finance for a variety of organizations including the Brookings Institution and the EPA's Environmental Finance Center. She also taught Microeconomics and Comparative International Policy for the University of Maryland Graduate School. Gilpatrick joined the Office of the Provost in 2014.

Anastasia leads the Academic Affairs Division's technical projects, software solutions, and data management and integrity initiatives. Mrs. Gilpatrick handles escalations for several of the division's software systems including, Banner, BDM, Workflow, PeopleAdmin™, Blue® and Blue Portal Integrator, Cognos Reports, Faculty/Administrator Salary Database, SharePoint for Faculty Reviews, and Activity Insight™ Faculty Activity System. Mrs. Gilpatrick collaborates with others at the College to implement best practices for our procedures. She provides training on our divisions' technical services, faculty credentials, and other business processes, as needed. As the departmental webmaster, she designs and manages Academic Affairs' website, related College publications, technical documentation, and other communication projects, as well as serving as a webmaster for the Center for the Global Alliance for South Carolina, the Center for the Study of Slavery in Charleston, Staff Advisory Committee to the President, the Faculty Senate, Enrollment Planning, Inclusion, and Critical Conversations, and the College's Commencement websites. Mrs. Gilpatrick was the 2018 recipient of the College of Charleston's Permanent Staff Award of the Year. She is a graduate of the Leadership Effectiveness Accelerated Process™ program and currently serves as the Chair of the College's Staff Advisory Council to the President and is on the Strategic Plan Steering Committee for Pillar III.