Georgette Edmondson-Wright

Vice President of Student Success, Research and Experience

Georgette Edmondson-Wright is the Vice President of Student Success, Research and Experience for Global Enrollment Management and Student Success.

An expert in enrollment, student success, college access, and global engagement, Edmondson-Wright is responsible for implementing and assessing data-driven strategies and programs to advance university-wide efforts for student completion.

Georgette's accomplished career in higher education has spanned positions at both public and private institutions, most recently as the associate vice provost for Student Success at the George Washington University in Washington D.C.. She has held prior leadership roles in strategic enrollment, international initiatives, career services, online education, and summer programs. Georgette has forged high-impact partnerships with community and international organizations to advance enrollment priorities and build institutional capacity to improve retention and graduation outcomes. She’s a sought-after speaker on higher education, having presented not only in the US but also in global locations such as Asia, Europe and South America.   

Georgette received her B.S. and M.B.A. from Southern Illinois University in Carbondale.