Jack Osea is the Assistant Director of the Work Life office. Utilizing his background in strategic management and leadership, he supports the Executive Director by providing thought partnership on the vision and future of work-life. Jack brings analytical and critical thinking skills that place people and organizational change at the center of his focus while drawing connections across all of Work Life’s goals within the complex University system. In addition to his strategic role, he plans and oversees all administrative, financial, and operational activities of the office.
Prior to joining Work Life, Jack led the operational, admissions, and communications activities of the Doctorate in Social Welfare program at NYU Silver School of Social Work working under the direction of the program’s founding director. He concurrently served as the Editorial and Social Media Manager for the Clinical Social Work Journal.
Jack holds an MPA in Public and Nonprofit Management and Policy from NYU Wagner Graduate School of Public Service and a BA in History from Rutgers University. Jack is passionate about delivering a bigger impact to the NYU community by leading organizational change that puts well-being at the heart of workplace culture and practices.