Dr. Sally Lozada has over 20 years of professional and academic experience primarily focused on higher education administration. Beginning at Ohio University, Sally enjoyed work as an academic advisor for undecided students, taught the Freshman Experience Course UC 115 and was approved to advise a specialized group of students who were readmitted to the university on academic probation with the stipulation that they meet with their advisor to work on a variety of success initiatives.Following time in the Peace Corps teaching English, Sally began her career as an Assistant Vice President of Student Affairs. Her administrative work at a public two-year college focused on quality orientation to ensure students got off to a strong start on their educational journey. Continuing in the two-year college setting, Sally Lozada has served as an Associate Provost and as the Dean of Student Affairs. In terms of areas of important contributions, Sally’s work with Outcomes Based Education (OBE) is among her most valued. OBE workshops are designed to evaluate and reorganize curricula based on time spent with employers of graduates who ultimately answer the question, “What do our graduates need out there that we are responsible for in here?” Most recently, Sally's leadership called on all members of college service delivery areas to reevaluate their role, expectations and standards - a necessary function as a result of the state-wide budgetary constraints. Sally has twice served as a Criterion Chair for Higher Learning Commission reaccreditation. Throughout her higher education administrative functions, Sally has served as an adjunct faculty member teaching a variety of Higher Education, Communications, English, and student success courses. Dr. Lozada earned her Ph.D. in Higher Education Leadership from Capella University; Master’s degree in College Student Personnel from Ohio University, and; BS in Education/English from Ohio University, Athens. Dr. Lozada is also a graduate of the Chair Leadership Academy.