Strategic Planning Council
Because strategic planning has been established by the President as the driving force behind the university’s efforts in meeting its goals, managing its budgets, and directing its resources, the Strategic Planning Council is a key component in achieving ongoing institutional success.
Representatives from each of the following University entities will comprise the Council’s membership. Members will report back to their specified areas regarding plan changes and progress.
Crystal Braden, Director of Institutional Planning,
Policy and Effectiveness
|Finance and Administration||Bill Cullins, Director of Special Projects|
|Facilities||Clayton Smith, Facility Planning and Construction|
|Information Technology||Jeane Irby, Director of Strategic Planning, Communications and Assistant to Chief Information Officer|
|Center for Security Studies||Susan Williams, Deputy Director|
|Faculty Senate||Current President|
|College of Business||Sandra Pate, Assistant Professor/Management|
|College of Education||Alaric Williams, Assistant Professor/Curriculum & Instruction|
|College of Arts & Sciences||Kanisorn Wongsrichanalai, Assistant Professor/History|
|College of Arts & Sciences||Michael Griffin, Senior Instructor/Biology|
|College of Health & Human Services||Trish Hutchinson, Professor/Nursing & Rehabilitation Sciences|
|College of Freshman College||Andy Wallace, Dean|
|Staff Senate||Current President|
|Quality Enhancement Plan||Doyle Carter, Director/QEP|
|Student Affairs & Enrollment Management/HSI||Brandy Hawkins, Director of Budget, Policy and Planning/SAEM|
|Admissions||Michael Loehring, Director/Admissions|
|Athletics||Sean Johnson, Athletic Director|
|Development||Kimberly Adams, Director of Alumni Association|
The Director of Institutional Planning, Policy and Effectiveness will serve as convener and chair.
The ASU Strategic Planning Council
- Establishes and reviews strategies in support of Master Goals;
- Sets and monitors campus Key Performance Indicators;
- Considers work of ad hoc committees, external mandates within context of institutional priorities; makes annual recommendations to the president for strategic priorities for future budget cycles, based on its review of environmental scanning reports, progress on key performance indicators, mandates from external entities (e.g., accrediting agencies, the Texas Tech University System, the State of Texas), and the work of ad hoc committees (e.g., Residential Campus Task Force, Master Plan Committee).