Always called to a life of helping others, Dr. Vince Erario, Director of Institutional Effectiveness, Planning and Research at Life University, accidentally found himself in education. Kicking off his career with nearly three decades of service as a chiropractor, Vince dipped his toes in politics, quality assurance and clinical work.
On this episode, Vince joins us to discuss his non-traditional path into accreditation and his lifelong journey of learning and helping others.
Join us as we discuss how:
- Varying backgrounds of assessment and accreditation leaders contribute to the profession
- Assessment and accreditation leaders partner together to best tell the institution’s story
- Experiences from being a peer reviewer inform one’s approach to this work
Dr. Vince Erario
Dr. Vince Erario currently serves as the Director of Institutional Effectiveness, Planning and Research for Life University in Marietta, Georgia. His career in Higher Education began in 2007 when he accepted his first role at Life as Director of Quality Assurance. Dr. Erario accepted his current position in 2011. Prior to his roles in Higher Education, Dr. Erario was a successful chiropractor. He graduated with a Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport Iowa in 1979 and started practice in New York with a family member prior to moving to Georgia in 1983 and opening his own clinic. While in Georgia he was active in the Georgia Chiropractic Association serving in many roles as a volunteer, eventually becoming chairman of the board and serving as President.
Host: Dr. Amy Dykens, CEO, Weave
Guest: Dr. Vince Erario, Director of Institutional Effectiveness Planning and Research, Life University
Episode #: 13