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Daniel Kristo, MA/MS
Assistant Dean, Graduate Enrollment Management
School of Diplomacy and International Relations

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Daniel Kristo, MA/MS

Assistant Dean, Graduate Enrollment Management
School of Diplomacy and International Relations

Daniel Kristo is an alumnus of Seton Hall University and currently serves as the Assistant Dean for Graduate Enrollment Management at the School of Diplomacy and International Relations. Mr. Kristo leads the School’s strategic planning, partnerships, and implementation efforts in the following graduate portfolio areas: communication/marketing, recruitment, admission, financial aid, onboarding, advising and enrollment management. Under his leadership, the School has experienced enrollment sustainability and growth in a dozen graduate programs, which consists of a global cohort - from recent graduates to experienced executives - from over 30 countries. By leveraging data-driven decision making, collaborative leadership and personalized student mentorship, Daniel has initiated and contributed toward various strategic external partnerships and internal initiatives, resulted in greater diversity and overall quality of the School/University experience for our students and other constituents at large. Mr. Kristo is a proactive member of the School’s Joint Leadership Team, DEIJ Coalition, and the Board of Advisers. He previously directed the School’s Office of Internships and Career Development.

Daniel’s professional background includes his role as a Learning Analyst at UNDP (United Nations Development Programme) in New York, where he researched top academic, civil, and corporate institutions as prospective regional or global partners under UNDP’s practice areas and supported the Virtual Learning Academy. Later, Mr. Kristo joined NAAC (National Albanian American Council) a DC-based advocacy group, as the lead External Affairs Associate in New York, where he played a key role in promoting democratic policies and economic development in the Western Balkans in harmony with USAID-funded country programs.