Vice President for Enrollment Management and Student Success, and Chief Diversity Officer, Wheelock College
Adrian Haugabrook is vice president for enrollment management and student success and chief diversity officer at Wheelock College in Boston, Mass. He served as the college's first executive director of the Aspire Institute, a policy, practice and research center promoting the success of children, families and communities. An expert on education and education policy, he has spoken extensively on education reform and alignment, higher education and the efficacy of after-school programs in achieving educational outcomes. He served as vice president for local college access programs at The Education Resources Institute and as executive director of public policy and alliances at Citizen Schools. Haugabrook currently chairs the National AfterSchool Association, the leading voice of the after-school profession. He holds a bachelor's degree from the University of West Georgia, a master's degree from Georgia Southwestern State University and a doctorate from the University of Massachusetts Boston.