CEEP NATIONAL ADVISORY BOARD

LEAD ADVISOR:

Alexander “Sandy” Astin
Founding Director, UCLA’s Higher Education  Research Institute

Former  Director of Research, American Council on Education and the National Merit Scholarship Corporation. Founding Director of the Cooperative Institutional Research Program, an ongoing national study of some twelve million students, 250,000 faculty and staff, and 1,800 higher  education institutions.  A 1990 study in the Journal of Higher Education identified Dr. Astin as the most frequently-cited author in the field of higher education.


SENIOR ADVISORS:

Debra Cleaver
Executive Director, Long Distance Voter

Leigh-Anne Cole
Organizing Director, Student PIRGs

Maggie Duncan
Program Manager, Elections Department at the League of Women Voters


Gwen Dungy
Executive Director, National Association of Student Personnel Administrators (NASPA)

Susan Edwards
Dean of Academic Affairs and Honors Programs, Phi Theta Kappa

Thomas Ehrlich
Former President of Indiana University, Provost of University of Pennsylvania, and Dean of Stanford Law School.

Rodrigo Garcia
National Chairman, Board of Directors Student Veterans of America

Maggie Grove
Chief Operating Officer, National Campus Compact

Dick Kinsley
Executive Director, Ohio Campus Compact

Peter Levine
Lincoln Filene Professor of Citizenship & Public Affairs Tufts University, former
Director of CIRCLE

Andy MacCracken
Executive Director, National Campus Leadership Council

Ted McConnell
Executive Director, Campaign for the Civic Mission of Schools, former Deputy Director, Citizens Division, Republican National Committee

Michael Minks
Director of Outreach and Innovation, Youth Service America

Sherry Morreale
Former Assoc. Director., National Communications Assoc., Dir. of Graduate Studies, Communication Dept, Univ of Colorado, Colorado Springs

George Pillsbury
Executive Director, Nonprofit Vote

Sam Reed

Sam Reed was elected as Washington’s Secretary of State in 2000, one of only two Republicans to be elected to statewide office that year. He served until 2013, implementing voting by mail,   promoting a college  civics campaign to encourage students to vote, and working with Microsoft and Facebook to pioneer registration through Facebook.   

Elizabeth Ricci
​Retired Director of Finance, Global Ethics & Compliance, The Procter & Gamble Company.

Heather Smith,
Former Executive Director, and current board member, Rock the Vote

Kristi Tate
Director of Community Strategies, National Conference on Citizenship

Janet Tran
Education Manger, Walter and Leonore Annenberg Presidential Learning Center at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation