Higher Education Strategy Forum
A Nationwide Presidential Network
250+Presidents and Chief Strategy Officers served
5+years of dedicated research for presidents
40+presidents attend our presidential summits on average
Trusted Advice for Presidents and Chancellors
The Higher Ed Strategy Forum is designed to help college and university presidents navigate this increasingly challenging environment through tailored support, strategic research, and opportunities for off-the-record discussion with peers
Future-Proof Your Institution’s Strategy
Whether your campus is seeking a gradual evolution on large-scale initiatives or looking to jumpstart a dramatically new strategic direction, we work with institutions large and small to help solve these challenges.
Harness the Perspective of our Presidential Network
Our presidential leadership summits are closed door opportunities to share ideas and challenges with peers, and hear the latest insights from our research experts.
- Presidential Experience Lab
- Presidential Roundtables
- Virtual Summits
Working with EAB has been a real inflection point for our strategy and thinking about what makes DU stand apart."
Dr. Jeremy HaefnerChancellor, University of Denver
Partner with Experts
Each of our partners works with a dedicated Strategic Leader who learns your organization and culture to steer your team to the right answers and resources. Our experts become an extension of your leadership team and expand the capacity of what you can accomplish.Talk to an Expert
Managing Director, Research DevelopmentSpecialties Online Learning, Student Success, Experiential Learning, Curricular Innovation, Department and Program Review, College and University Strategy, Academic Advising
Chief Partner OfficerSpecialties Strategic Planning, Leadership Development, Growth Strategy, Diversity and Inclusion, Customer Service, Future Market Trends, Future Opportunities and Growth
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