Jane Alexander leads the Student Affairs Forum. She advises Vice Presidents of Students Affairs on responding to and managing campus climate crises, better serving emerging student populations like low-income and first-generation students, and developing coping and resilience skills in Gen Z students.
Jane brings to student affairs her experience advising Vice Presidents for Enrollment Management on enrollment strategy to increase student diversity, academic quality, and net tuition revenue.
Prior to joining EAB, Jane researched state policy on high school to college transition and worked directly with state and local education agencies to make data-informed policy decisions.
Jane received a B.A. in History Teaching from Brigham Young University where she earned the university’s most prestigious scholarship and graduated summa cum laude. Jane graduated with an M.A.in International Education Policy from Harvard University.
Research and Insights
Campus climate incidents can be unpredictable and cause heightened levels of activism, media and public scrutiny, and reputational damage. Discover the four challenges that enrollment mangers experience during a campus climate crisis.
As campus climate issues become more common, you can utilize this dedicated suite of resources to inform and support stakeholders on issues related to mental health, sexual misconduct, and more.
It wasn’t luck that made the event go well. Because of UD’s thoughtful and swift response, an incident that could have rapidly escalated into a full-blown crisis was diffused. What can enrollment leaders learn from UD? Let’s look behind the scenes at what was happening on the administrative side, identify the three core elements of UD’s effective response, and see how these elements can be applied to your campus.