Kathryn G. Dodge
Kathryn Dodge, Ph.D. is founder of Dodge Advisory Group, LLC, focused on excellence in policy and practice in higher education. Her institutional engagements (domestic and global) center on initiatives that are systemic, strategic, and sustainable.
Dodge co-founded Radio Higher Ed, a national podcast that provides information and commentary on education policy issues and their broader implications. She also founded affiliation groups for New England-based chief academic and enrollment officers. Experience at the policy level and working with leaders at the institutional level informs her engagement with doctoral students at the University of NH and New England College.
Believing accreditation can be leveraged to support programmatic and institutional development, Kathryn also serves as a public member on the Commission for Physical Therapy Education (CAPTE), the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC) and is on the distance education committee for Accrediting Bureau for Health Education Schools (ABHES). She also represents NH, by gubernatorial appointment, as a Commissioner at Education Commission of the States and is on the founding board of the National Council for State Authorization Reciprocity Agreements (NC-SARA).
Dodge earned a B.A. in biblical literature, M.A.s in organizational development and student guidance and counseling, and a Ph.D. in human and organization systems from Fielding Graduate University where her dissertation focused on the organizational entry process for new college presidents.