Doris Savron is the Vice Provost – Colleges, Assessment, and Curriculum at University of Phoenix. Savron’s career spans 30 years in healthcare, information technology and academia. She has held a number of leadership roles in her tenure with University of Phoenix. Prior to joining the University, Savron spent 10 years in leadership roles in healthcare operations, rehabilitation services and information technology consulting. In her role as Vice Provost, she oversees all strategy for degree, certificate and course offerings, design of curriculum, and student learning outcomes for the University. She works collaboratively with her team members to innovate academic solutions that enable the University to provide exceptional student experiences and learning environments to support student success. Prior to her role as Vice Provost, she served as Executive Dean for the Colleges of Health Professions, Education and Humanities and Sciences, where she led strategy and execution within her respective areas. Savron currently serves on the board for the Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce. She holds a master of business administration from Cleveland State University and is completing her doctorate in management in organizational leadership from University of Phoenix.