MSCHE Welcomes Gabriela Davie as Director for Volunteer Training and Development

Gabriela Davie, Director for Volunteer Training and Development, Middle States Commission on Higher Education

Ms. Gabriela Davie joined the Commission in September 2018 as Director for Volunteer Training and Development. In this role, she is responsible for managing the design, development, implementation, and evaluation of the Commission’s volunteer training and development plan in support of the MSCHE Strategic Plan and assessed member needs.

Ms. Davie has 20-plus years of experience leading technology integration programs in a broad range of environments, including corporate human resources, higher education, K-12, and nongovernmental organizations. During the past four years, Ms. Davie worked for Duke University and its Health System as Senior Practice Partner and Strategic Consultant in the areas of learning, organizational development, leadership development, project management, and e-learning design. In addition, she has more than 10 years of experience consulting for several international organizations including the World Bank; United Nations Development Program; United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization; and the United States Agency for International Development in the areas of technology and education, teacher training, curriculum design, and health education.

Ms. Davie was a Humphrey Fellow at The Pennsylvania State University and holds a Teacher of English as a Foreign Language degree from Universidad San Carlos de Guatemala, a B.A. in Education and Humanities from Universidad del Valle de Guatemala, and a Master’s in Technology, Management, and Education degree from SUNY Buffalo State. She has also served as a volunteer at the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, DC. Born in Guatemala, Ms. Davie is bilingual (Spanish/English).