Amanda Opperman, Senior Institutional Effectiveness Specialist, is a veteran higher education professional, with vast experience in and out of the classroom. She leads initiatives to help institutions improve the efficiency and utility of effectiveness planning and reporting.
Amanda brings a wealth of experience in various capacities throughout the postsecondary sector, including: accreditation monitoring, the scoring and design of placement assessments, institutional and programmatic effectiveness consulting, and classroom instruction. She possesses a unique combination of passion, energy, and industry experience. Her ability to generate practical, actionable recommendations immediately impacts the institutions that work alongside her.
Most recently, Amanda served as program director at the California University of Management and Sciences where she developed faculty training, delivered compliance reporting, updated curricula, and led ongoing improvements to student learning outcomes measurement.
Amanda holds a B.A. and an M.A. in English from San Diego State University and is currently a Ph.D. candidate for Education at the joint doctoral program from San Diego State University and Claremont Graduate University.