Princess Sirleaf Bomba
As a 20 year professional in higher education with specializations in admissions, academic advising and counseling, minority recruitment and non- traditional/adult education, Princess brings extensive and comprehensive experience to I.C.E. She has a Masters Degree in Counseling from Rhode Island College and is also a graduate of Leadership Rhode Island.
Previously, Princess directed the non-traditional admission program for adult students at Rhode Island College, was intricately involved with state and regional admission associations, Rhode Island public and private high schools as well as with agencies which support minority populations. Additionally, she continues to teach a College Success Course to first year students and has developed and facilitated numerous workshops on college funding and transition. However, her primary responsibility in the Office of Admissions was serving as the senior staff member by providing direction and support to junior staff in collaboration with the Director of Admission to ensure successful results in all aspects of recruitment and enrolment management.
Currently, Princess is the Educational Services Coordinator for the Rhode Island Department of Children, Youth and Families.
Some of Princess’s civic and community activities include Leadership Rhode Island, Youth in Action, the Board of Trustees of the Wheeler School, Mount Hope Community Baptist Church, Go Local Providence, the Rhode Island College Committee on Affirmative Action and Zeta Phi Beta Sorority Inc.