Vice President for Advancement and Enrollment
A strong background in administration gives Daniel Grimes ideal skills for his role as Vice President of Advancement and Enrollment. He is a graduate of Eastern Mennonite College (now University) and is interested in politics and theology. He integrates his experience working in church agencies in his role of directing AMBS’s admissions, financial aid and fundraising activities.
Prior to coming to AMBS in January 2015, the majority of Daniel’s work experience was in the health care and insurance industries. He’s worked for the Pennsylvania Department of Health, Blue Cross and Blue Shield affiliates, Thomas Jefferson University Hospital and Fresenius Medical Care. He also worked at Everence (formerly MMA) for 19 years in provider relations and group health sales.
He has served as an adjunct professor at Indiana Tech, and has served on the boards of Mennonite Health Services Alliance, Everence Federal Credit Union and Mennonite Central Committee Great Lakes. He is also a former elected official, and for eight years he was a member of the Goshen City Council.
Daniel and his wife Brenda reside in Goshen, Ind., but are both originally from Pennsylvania. They are members of Berkey Avenue Mennonite Fellowship and are the parents of four adult children, each of whom is a graduate of Goshen College.
- Master of Public Administration, Temple University
- B.S., Nursing and Biblical Theology, Eastern Mennonite University