Antioch New England Welcomes New VPs

Two new vice presidents have been named at Antioch University New England. Katherine Clarke will serve as vice president for academic affairs and Tracey Thompson will serve as vice president for institutional advancement.

As vice president of academic affairs, Katherine Clarke will work with the department chairs and Antioch New England’s one hundred and twenty-three faculty members to oversee the academic plans and strategies of ANE’s more than twenty graduate programs.

As vice president for institutional advancement, Tracey Thompson will lead the development, alumni relations, communications, news, and web services staff and direct ANE’s advancement and external relations activities including fundraising, alumni outreach, and public and media relations. Tracey will also serve as ANE’s spokesperson.

Prior to accepting the position of VPAA, Katherine was chair of ANE’s Department of Applied Psychology. Tracey comes to ANE from Boston Architecture College where she also served as vice president for institutional advancement.

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