The National Association of Independent College. and Universities (NAICU) appointed Webster University president Elizabeth Stroble to its board of directors starting July 1.
Stroble will serve a three-year term as a board member of the association.
“Webster University President Elizabeth Stroble is at the forefront of emerging leadership and expertise in global higher education,” said NAICU President David Warren in an article on Webster Today.
According to Webster Today, Stroble will serve on NAICU’s Policy Analysis and Public Relations committee. The board focuses on issues affecting private higher education and looks for solutions through public relations and research strategies.
“Her strong commitment to America’s college students and interest in advancing the cause of private, nonprofit colleges and universities will be a great benefit to NAICU and our membership. She assumes her responsibilities with NAICU at a time of great challenge and transformation for American higher education,” Warren said in an article on Webster Today.
According to its website, the NAICU serves as a unified national voice of private non-profit higher education.