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Dr. Jeremy


Dr. Jeremy Anderson has 20 years of experience in the field of education, starting his career as a high school history teacher and then transitioning to postsecondary administration.  

Dr. Anderson currently serves as the vice president of learning innovation, analytics, and technology at Bay Path University. Prior to this role, he was the inaugural associate vice chancellor of strategic research and analytics at Dallas College. His executive leadership has spanned workforce partnerships, career services, analytics, student success research, data governance, IT, the registrar’s office, and instructional design and innovation. 

Dr. Anderson has developed and led federal, state, and private grants for implementing guided pathways, a student success center, UDL, dual enrollment, career-focused pedagogy, and workforce training. His approaches to organizational change and collaborative leadership have contributed to the development of institutional capacity to deliver these programs. His contributions to the field and his community include working with EDUCAUSE, 1EdTech, and the Open Skills Network and serving as a board and committee member at the Northeast Regional Computing Program and in the Town of Somers, Connecticut. 

Dr. Anderson resides in Coppell, Texas, with his wife, Joanna, and his daughter, Irene.  


Ed.D. | Creighton University 

M.S. | Eastern Connecticut State University 

B.S.Ed. | Central Connecticut State University 

Past Experience:

Vice President of Learning Innovation, Analytics, and Technology | Bay Path University 

Associate Vice Chancellor of Strategic Research and Analytics | Dallas College 

How has education changed your life/your family?

Education has provided transformational opportunity for mobility to me and my wife. It is because of our shared experiences, as well as some inspirational teachers along the way, that I have dedicated my career to building more equitable educational systems that will advance access and success for others. 

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