Dr. Barbara Gellman-Danley
Allen Hall, Room 105
Ph.D. - Communication - University of Oklahoma
Master of Business Administration - Oklahoma City University
Master of Library Science - Simmons College
Bachelor of Science - Speech-English Education - Syracuse University
Post Graduate Work:
Cornell University, Executive Leadership Conference, November 1998
New York University, Advanced Professional Certificate, in Information Technology, online graduate certificate program, December 1995
Cornell University, Computer Policy and the Law Program (workshop) 1996
League for Innovation in the Community College, Executive Leadership Institute, 1993
Total Quality Management workshop led by W. Edwards Deming, 1992
Harvard Institute on the Management of Lifelong Education, 1986
Dr. Barbara Gellman-Danley is the President of the University of Rio Grande and Rio Grande Community College. Previously, Dr. Gellman-Danley served as Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs and System Integration for the Ohio Board of Regents. In this role she was responsible for articulation and transfer within the University System of Ohio, a wide range of academic programs, access programs, Tech Prep, and workforce development.
She previously served nearly ten years as President of Antioch University McGregor located in Yellow Springs, Ohio. Prior to her presidency, Dr. Gellman-Danley served as Vice President for Educational Technology Services at Monroe Community College (MCC) in Rochester, New York. She has fifteen total years working in community colleges in New York and Oklahoma – as a member of the faculty, department chair and other administrative positions. Dr. Gellman-Danley spent several years in Oklahoma holding a variety of positions including Vice Chancellor for Educational Outreach of the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education. She also worked in leadership positions in cable television and public broadcasting (programming and marketing).
Dr. Gellman-Danley is a frequent speaker and consultant on issues related to strategic planning, adult learning, distance learning, and the impact of technology on college and university organizational structures.
National Community College Advisory Council - Educational Testing Service, Princeton, NJ
Ohio Tuition Trust Authority (529 Plans)
Achievements & Awards:
IT Executive of the Year, 1998, sponsored by Informix Software, Rochester ITEC, the Rochester Business Journal and TSR Consulting. Represents upstate New York information technology leaders from business and non-profit organizations.