Antioch University Leadership
An innovative leadership structure, unlike any other university.
Through responsible leadership, Antiochians foster productive, democratic change in the institutions and communities in which they live and work. Indeed, our programs do more than teach subject matter expertise. Our faculty is committed to whole person education – from the classroom experience itself to a holistic view of how we apply our knowledge in a global society.
Antioch University requires its students to integrate work and study, to incorporate experience with academic study and reflection and to address issues within a social and political context. The the campuses’ boards of trustees help students give back and get involved because they are from within the communities. Trustees are chosen from each geographical area in which campuses inhabit, as a liaison between the university and the community to keep the tradition of experiential learning at AU alive.
Meet our leadership team.
Antioch University’s leadership follows an innovative governance structure that is unlike any other university. The leadership team at AU is comprised of a Chancellor, University Leadership Council, Board of Governors and individual campus Boards of Trustees who work together through camaraderie and the ultimate learning experience across all campuses.
Board of Governors
Howard Coleman, JD, Board Vice Chair (Antioch University graduate)
Maureen Curley, (Antioch University graduate)
Enrique Figueroa, Ph.D
William Graves, Ph.D
Reuben Harris, Ph.D (Antioch University graduate)
Ancella Livers, Ph.D
Lillian Pierson Lovelace, (Antioch University graduate), Governor Emerita
Janet (“Jan”) M. Morgan
James (“Jay”) Morley, Jr.
Felice Nudelman, Chancellor, Ex-Officio
Charlotte Roberts, Ph.D
Larry Stone, Ph.D., Board Chair (Antioch University graduate)
Arthur J. Zucker, (Antioch University graduate)
Executive Secretary of the Board: Leslie Bates