WICHE names new director of policy initiatives and W-SARA

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WICHE names new director of policy initiatives and W-SARA

Christina Sedney
Christina Sedney
 

Christina Sedney has been selected as WICHE’s new director of policy initiatives and state authorization, with responsibility for overseeing W-SARA (WICHE State Authorization Reciprocity Agreement).

Sedney, who joined WICHE in 2015, specializes in higher education governance issues, needs assessments, and approaches to better serving underrepresented student populations and adult learners. In addition to her W-SARA role, she will remain actively engaged in other Policy Analysis and Research unit efforts, including managing the activities of the Legislative Advisory Committee and directing the WICHE Task Force on Closing Postsecondary Attainment Gaps.