Dr. Adrian K. Haugabrook, Vice President for Enrollment Management and Student Success, Chief Diversity Officer
Dr. Adrian K. Haugabrook
Vice President for Enrollment Management and Student Success, Chief Diversity Officer
Dr. Adrian Haugabrook brings over 20 years of higher education and non-profit leadership with an urban context. He has published and presented extensively on issues related to college access, affordability, and success, expanding learning opportunities for college students, diversity in higher education, and higher education policy. He also teaches organizational leadership, social entrepreneurship, and multicultural education.
Prior to joining Wheelock, Adrian was Vice President for Local College Access Programs at TERI (The Education Resources Institute), where he increased TERI's college access programs and services in the Greater Boston area through strong partnerships and collaborations with schools, school districts, community-based organizations, state agencies, the Massachusetts legislature, and local and national foundations.
He previously served at Boston-based Citizen Schools as Executive Director of Public Policy and Alliances. He is a national expert on afterschool education policy and programming and is frequently called to different states and Capitol Hill to provide Congressional briefings on afterschool issues. He was also Assistant Dean of Students at the University of Massachusetts Boston and Assistant Dean of Student Services and Multicultural Affairs at Framingham State College.
Adrian has served on several boards including Board of Directors (Chair), National AfterSchool Association (Washington, DC); New England Regional Council, College Board: MetroWest Community Healthcare Foundation (Founding Trustee); Mitchell College; Council on Education for Public Health (Washington, DC); and Greater Boston Kappa Charities Foundation. He served on Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick's Education Readiness Project.
He holds a Doctor of Education degree from the University of Massachusetts Boston; a Master of Science in Administration from Georgia Southwestern State University; and B.S. degree from the University of West Georgia.