Holly Chatham is a Director of Strategic Research and a national meeting speaker with the research programs at EAB. In this capacity, she is responsible for the delivery of strategic and custom research on such industry-spanning topics as student success, university advancement, efficiency and effectiveness engagements, online education, and strategic enrollment management.
Dr. Chatham brings deep experience in higher and secondary education from her previous roles. Most recently, she held a position in both the School of Music and Institute of Sacred Music at Yale University, where she taught students in a highly selective Master's program. Prior to her position at Yale, she taught at Rutgers University, Chatham Hall, The Lawrenceville School and Marymount School, where she developed a new school-wide curriculum and extracurricular program in the arts. She has also worked as a commodities broker in New York.
Alongside her academic and administrative career, Dr. Chatham was a concert pianist and harpsichordist, performing throughout the U.S., U.K. and Mexico, including Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center in New York. Her debut recording was released on the MSR Classics label.
She holds a doctorate from Rutgers University, a master's degree from Indiana University, an undergraduate degree from Clayton State University, and a Series 3 Commodities and Futures license from FINRA.