Daniel Long (MS'17) talks about her career in financial aid within a variety of institutional types as well as her perspectives on college access and affordability.
David Musser (MS'09) talks about his career after graduation and his perspective on college affordability, cost, and policy-driven decision-making he experiences in his professional role.
2023 MSHE alumnus Christopher Cvikota won the Outstanding Leadership Award from the Northwestern University School of Education and Social Policy (SESP)
Yari Gallegos (BS'19, MS'20) interviews with the Northwestern Alumni Association about her undergraduate and MSHE years at Northwestern.
Ann Merrell (MS'16) and Corinne Smith (BA'13, MS'16) graduated from the MSHE program and both ended up in the college access world. Their ideas and friendship never stopped blossoming and, in 2020, they decided to combine their expertise to create the College Essay Journal.
Joan Trimuel Williams (MS'04), among MSHE alums, advocates for Northwestern staff on the Northwestern University Staff Advisory Council.
Brianna Johnson (MS'13) talks about her role in the Office of Diversity and Inclusion at The Ohio State University, the challenges she perceives in this position, and how she addresses justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion in the field of higher education.
Meredith Smith (MS'14), the new University Title IX Coordinator at University of Virginia, showcases equity and inclusion at her day-to-day job.
Nick Royal (MS'15) talks about how to take care of yourself in diversity, equity, and inclusion spaces as well as what he thinks is the most pressing issue in this work.
Dr. Julie A. Payne-Kirchmeier, MSHE instructor and former Vice President for Student Affairs at Northwestern, shares her experiences and reflection of leadership in higher education.