Associate Vice President
Carrie Klein is an associate vice president in SHEEO’s Washington, D.C., office, having joined the team in May 2021. She leads SHEEO’s Strong Foundation survey and reporting project, through which she advances SHEEO’s efforts to promote effective use of state postsecondary data resources and P20W connections. Building on prior postsecondary institutional experience and analytics research, Dr. Klein develops productive relationships with partner organizations and provides relevant content expertise and technical assistance to state agency research and data policymakers to improve state and student outcomes. Her current research focuses on state and institutional policy and practice related to postsecondary data collection, use, governance, privacy, and cross-sector interactions.
Before joining SHEEO, Dr. Klein was a senior fellow and higher education lead on the Future of Privacy Forum’s youth and education data privacy team. She also worked as a strategic planning project manager in George Mason University’s (GMU) offices of the President and University Life. Dr. Klein is an affiliate faculty member and graduate (PhD and MAIS) of GMU’s Higher Education Program, where she produced numerous journal articles on postsecondary institutional use of learning and advising analytics. She earned her B.A. in classics and anthropology at The University of Arizona.
Outside of work, Dr. Klein is an avid Doctor Who fan, a competitive outrigger canoe paddler, a certified yoga instructor, and loves to read and travel.download bio
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SHEEO Announces Promotion of Klein and Weeden to Position of Associate Vice President
WASHINGTON, D.C. – The State Higher Education Executive Officers Association (SHEEO) today announces the promotion of Carrie Klein and Dustin Weeden to the position of associate vice president. Both Klein and Weeden have served SHEEO as senior policy analysts. Klein joined SHEEO’s Washington, D.C. office in May 2021. She leads SHEEO’s Strong Foundations survey and reporting project, through which she advances SHEEO’s efforts to promote effective use of state postsecondary data…Read more