Wednesday, November 11, 2015 - 3:30pm - 4:30pm
Room: Horace Tabor
Joseph Hoey serves Bridgepoint Education as the vice president, Accreditation Relations and Policy. Achieving high quality standards has always been his focus. After a successful first career in classical music, in 1990 he got into assessment and institutional effectiveness. He started with two years in NC Community College System doing program review and assessment. At Georgia Tech, he founded the GT Office of Assessment. He developed an academic program review system, chaired the Institute Review Council, started gen ed assessment and a survey research program, supported accreditation reviews (ABET, AACSB, NAAB), and led the compliance team to a no-recommendations SACS review. Moving to the Savannah College of Art and Design, he built a department of institutional effectiveness, since coming to Bridgepoint and Ashford; he has been centrally involved in migrating Ashford from HLC to WASC.
Morgan Johnson is the associate vice president of the Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning at Ashford University. In her role she supports the University’s faculty development and support team. Morgan is currently pursuing a PhD in Organizational Development and Leadership at the University of the Rockies. Her research focuses on teaching practices in online classrooms. She earned her master’s degree in Education with a specialization in Distance Learning from Ashford University. As a passionate educator, Morgan has been teaching online undergraduate courses since 2009.
Carmen “Lizy” Lamboy is the vice provost of Faculty Services at Ashford University overseeing Faculty Scheduling, Faculty Onboarding, Faculty Compliance, Faculty Contracting, Faculty Development, Teaching and Learning Virtual Conference, Office of Research and Creative Scholarship and Office of Academic Integrity. She is also the Diversity and Inclusion chair at Ashford University. She has over 25 years of experience in education in both administrative and teaching positions. Among her administrative positions at the K-12 level, she has served as Elementary and High School Principal. At the Higher Education level, she has served as director of Faculty and Curriculum, director of Faculty Development, Dean, chief academic officer and executive vice president. Throughout her career, Lamboy has also taught extensively, specializing in TESOL, leadership and management, instructional technology, and distance education. She holds a Doctorate in Instructional Technology and Distance Education from Nova Southeastern University, two M.A.s in Education (TESOL and Secondary Level Educational Leadership) from Universidad del Turabo, and a B.A. in Education from Universidad de Puerto Rico.
Alli Woods is the associate vice provost for Faculty Development for the University of Maryland University College where she is responsible for faculty training for the university including live webinars, asynchronous workshops, required courses and trainings, and mentoring. Woods also works with the Higher Learning Commission (HLC) as an AQIP peer reviewer. She holds an undergraduate degree from Ohio University and a master's degree from Bowling Green State University.