Ashley Delamater serves as a Strategic Leaderthrough EAB’s Research Member Success division serving regional public institutions across the United States. She is responsible for strengthening and directing executive member relationships, promoting member utilization and engagement, and working with account management to impact overall renewal rates, as well as the broader sales team to drive revenue growth. Ashley is an ambassador and connector, playing a crucial role in creating a vision for and demonstrating the value of EAB’s research and Academic Performance Solutions memberships. Prior to the Strategic Leader role, Ashley served Deans of Continuing, Online, and Professional Education, Provosts, and University Systems Leaders through EAB’s Strategic Research Division.
During her tenure, she developed research on the future of the arts & sciences, academic program innovation, course completion, experiential learning, and prior learning assessment.In her spare time, Ashley enjoys travelling, rock climbing and Spartan races. She is set to complete 17 Spartan races across 2019.
Ashley holds a Master’s in Conflict Resolution from King’s College London and a Bachelor’s from Michigan State University in Comparative Cultures & Politics (secondary major in International Relations) with specializations in Asian Studies and Jewish Studies, for which she won the Jewish Studies Student Achievement Award in 2011.Sheis currently completing her Master’s of Business Administrationat The George Washington University with concentrations in project management and leadership management.
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High failure rates in critical gateway courses present one of the biggest obstacles to student success for many colleges and universities. Large gateway courses with failure rates as high as 60% can lead to student attrition or increase time-to-degree for hundreds or even thousands of students at a single institution. Identify the drivers of instructional…
In the face of tightening budgets, uncertain enrollments, and declining tuition revenue, colleges and universities need new strategies for growth. Many institutions are confronting this challenge by launching new programs. But often, newly launched programs don’t achieve their enrollment goals, or they experience “profitless growth” due to errors in the program design and launch process.…