Vemo Education is pleased to announce that Sarah Wade, former Associate Vice President for Enrollment Management of Messiah University, has joined Vemo Education’s Growth team. In her new role, Wade will help colleges and universities incorporate income share agreements (ISAs) into their student enrollment and retention strategies.

“From my own experience, I’ve seen how income share agreements enable schools to increase enrollment, improve retention, and balance their budgets while providing students the financial support they need to enroll and graduate,” she said. “I’m excited to make connections with new schools and help them visualize how ISAs can improve their financial health, enrollment, and student outcomes.” 

At Messiah, Wade worked directly with students and gained insight into the role education funding plays in their enrollment decisions. Wade’s administrative background has given her a deep understanding of the enrollment issues facing higher education institutions, and how ISAs can help ameliorate these challenges.

“I look forward to using my experience in higher education,” Wade said, “to build stronger relationships between students and schools, help colleges overcome enrollment challenges, and drive education access.”

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Vemo Education transforms the way schools attract students and measure outcomes. Colleges and workforce development organizations leverage Vemo to align tuition with student success. From reimagined financial aid packaging to data-driven enrollment management, Vemo partners with schools to advance clear strategic objectives: higher yield, improved retention, and accelerated completion. Learn more at