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Dr. Jonas Tellis

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Dr. Jonas Tellis, a native of Birmingham, Alabama. He is the CEO of Tellis Educational Services and serves on its board of directors.

Before starting his business, Dr. Tellis has spent years as the coordinator of marketing and recruitment for Graduate Studies at Alabama A&M University.

He is responsible for all recruitment and marketing events for the graduate department. He also assists with the retention of graduate students at Alabama A&M University and has an 85% success rate of returning students.

Dr. Tellis plays a role in the continued development of strategies to target graduate students, build relationships with partner institutions, and ensure flexibility in response to a demanding increase in enrollment.

Dr. Jonas Tellis received all his degrees from Historical Black colleges and Universities. He graduated with his Associate in Science and Bachelor in Science degree in Education from Rust College in Holly Spring, Mississippi, His Master’s in Family Consumer Sciences from Alabama A&M University in 2013.

Dr. Tellis received his Ph.D. in Educational Leadership from Thee Jackson State University in Jackson, Mississippi.

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Dr. Jonas Tellis is a Birmingham based graduate admission coordinator at Alabama A&M University. He is the Founder and CEO of Tellis Education Services, a fully accredited adult education program helping individuals to further their education.

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Jackson State University
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Dr. Jonas Tellis provides weekly insights on our most frequently asked questions from our Alabama adult education program. The new student is the new normal, with expectations and needs that institutions need to learn how to serve to survive.

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Dr. Jonas Tellis provides weekly insights on our most frequently asked questions from our Alabama adult education program. The new student is the new normal, with expectations and needs that institutions need to learn how to serve to survive.

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