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Jennifer Forry is Dean of Student Affairs at Newbury College where she serves several roles including Assistant Dean of Students and Director of Residence Life and Community Standards. At Regis, she is a Doctor of Education student in Higher Education Leadership where her research focuses on Gender Equitable Title IX Investigations.
In 2016, the New England College Personal Association awarded Jennifer the Academic Excellence Award for her doctoral research. The same year she traveled to Trinity University in Dublin, Ireland to present her findings at an international research conference.
Jennifer chose Regis because she values the small college experience and wanted a doctoral program that fosters individuality and encourages community. As an active member of the Pride Community, Jennifer currently serves as President of Kappa Delta Pi, the International Education Honor Society.
As a full-time career Mom of two young sons, Jennifer says Regis is a great match personally and professionally because the hybrid model is ideal for working professionals. Jennifer already sees the benefits of the program advancing her career. She was recently promoted to Dean of Student Affairs at Newbury College, unanimously voted Newbury’s first Administrative Council President, and selected to travel to the UK on behalf of NASPA’s Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education to learn about higher education.
Jennifer is past president of the Boston Area College Housing Association (BACHA) and Massachusetts College Personal Association (MCPA). She is actively involved in NASPA Region I serving as their Student Affairs Fundraising Knowledge Community Chair and Silent Auction Chair in 2015 & 2016.
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