Vice President for Institutional Inclusion, Waukesha
- Job Title:Vice President for Institutional Inclusion
- 100 N East Ave
- Waukesha, WI, 53186
- United States
- Employee Type:Administrative Staff
- Job Category:Institutional/President, Staff
Carroll University seeks an inaugural Vice President for
Institutional Inclusion (VPII) who will be responsible for
providing the strategic vision and framework to foster an inclusive
campus community. Reporting to Carroll's President, the VPII will
lead efforts to develop, offer and support campus policies,
programs, services and activities that educate faculty, staff and
students on the principles of equity, diversity, inclusion and
belonging, and cultivate a climate of awareness, understanding and
respect for all individuals and groups. They will lead in building
a culture of inclusion at Carroll, integrating diversity, equity
and inclusion work into everything Carroll does. The VPII will be
confident and capable of communicating comfortably across a range
of audiences in helping to shape and elevate equity and inclusion
at Carroll both on campus and with the external community. Engaging
and empathetic, the VPII will approach all work with a DEI lens
that will make equity and inclusion prominent at Carroll and
significant for all.
Carroll is prepared to welcome its new VPII early 2022.
The inaugural Vice President for Instructional Inclusion will
provide expertise and a track record of success in launching an
institutional commitment and articulating the resources and
supports needed to apply best practices to advance diversity,
equity, inclusion and belonging at Carroll University. The ideal
candidate will demonstrate the following capabilities:
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- Shape and elevate equity, inclusion and belonging at Carroll
and be a key influencer in this journey of continuous learning.
Define inclusion broadly, incorporating all identity
- With that broad definition, work collaboratively across the
institution to develop learning and development strategies ensuring
there is an equity-based lens applied to all policies, programs and
- Building upon the work already underway with the one-day DEI
Summit, continue to grow and develop this forum engaging more of
the campus and encouraging community participation.
- Be a leader on campus and in the Waukesha/greater Milwaukee
community. Develop partnerships with civic and community
organizations that promote inclusion and Carroll as an institution
with a focus on DEI.
- Build solid relationships with faculty and staff and
collaboratively develop structures and resources that align them
with Carroll's inclusion framework.
- Equally, build relationships with the students and student
advocacy groups that promote equity, inclusion and belonging.
- Work with academic affairs to embed justice, diversity, equity
and inclusion into the curriculum and build out bridge and pipeline
programs to diversify the student body.
- Ensure support for the active student identity-based
organizations and affinity groups.
- Working with student affairs, ensure mental health support is
available for all students, including emphasizing cultural humility
and cultural competence in the design and delivery of
- Increase the recruitment and retention of underrepresented
populations across the university - faculty, staff and
- Leverage alumni who are interested in advancing DEI at