Adrian Haugabrook

Southern New Hampshire University

Dr. Adrian K. Haugabrook is Executive Vice President and Managing Director, Social Impact Collective at Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU) in Manchester, New Hampshire, one the largest non-profit universities in the U.S. with over 160,000 students and recognized as one of the country’s most innovative organizations. In this role, he provides strategic leadership and executive guidance for the University’s national and global investments in innovations that extend the University’s mission towards greater access and opportunity leading to the strengthening of communities and increased learners’ social mobility. Adrian sits on the boards of the Postsecondary National Policy Institute (Washington, DC); the Ascend National Advisory of the Aspen Institute (Washington, DC); the National Advisory Committee on the Future of African American Education (The College Board, NY), and City Year New Hampshire. Adrian received his doctorate from the University of Massachusetts Boston, masters from Georgia Southwestern State University and his bachelor’s from the University of West Georgia.

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