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Megan Blackwelder

Megan Blackwelder

Associate Vice President of Program Review

Phone number: 847-467-1730
megan.blackwelder@northwestern.edu

Reporting to the Vice President for Administration and Planning, Megan leads both the Program Review and Planning teams. In her role over these units, she is responsible for the execution of all Program Review visits at Northwestern and the coordination of the Planning team's activities across the University. Prior to joining Administration and Planning, she worked for Deloitte Consulting, where she advised companies on change management and communications related to mergers, technology adoptions and other organization transformations. Megan previously worked in the Office of Administration and Planning from 2006-2010, supporting key functions including Program Review. Megan has an MBA from the Kellogg School of Management and a BA in History from the Weinberg College of Arts and Sciences at Northwestern University.

Katy DiGiulio

Katy DiGiulio

Senior Program Administrator

Phone number: 847-467-3582
kathryn.digiulio@northwestern.edu

As the Senior Program Administrator for Program Review, Katy directly supports the Associate Vice President of Program Review by assisting with orientation, coordinating data presentation with units and Information and Analytics, and managing the status of review materials. Katy received her Master's degree in Higher Education Administration and Policy from Northwestern and her Bachelor's degree in English from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
Carolyn Green

Carolyn Green

Program Coordinator

Phone number: 847-467-3583
carolyn.green@northwestern.edu

Carolyn directly supports the Associate Vice President of Program Review with the Program Review visits, program scheduling, and department finances. Prior to joining Administration and Planning in November 2015, she worked at a non-profit medical company in Charlotte, North Carolina. Carolyn graduated from East Carolina University with her BS in Communications.
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