Susan Campbell most recently served as Senior Director for Academic and Student Affairs in Northeastern University’s College of Professional Studies. In this role, she was responsible for the design and delivery of student support services, including academic and career advising. Prior to this fixed-length position, Susan worked at the University of Southern Maine and holds emerita status as Chief Student Affairs Officer. Susan served as President of NACADA, has held other leadership positions within the Association, and received NACADA’s Virginia N. Gordon Award in 2005. Her publications include contributions to the NACADA Guide to Assessment in Academic Advising (2005), the 2005 NACADA guide, Peer Advising: Intentional Connections to Support Student Learning, both editions of The Distance Learner’s Guide (1999 and 2004) published by Prentice-Hall, as well as the 2nd edition of the Academic Advising Handbook (2008) published by Jossey-Bass. More recently, Susan co-authored chapters in the 2013 NACADA/Jossey-Bass publication, Academic Advising Approaches: Strategies that Teach Students to Make the Most of College and in Beyond Foundations: Developing as a Master Academic Advisor, released in October, 2016. She received her doctorate in higher education management from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst.