Aisha N. Lowe

2021-22 Aspen Rising Presidents Fellow
Dr. Aisha Lowe is a passionate educator who has dedicated her life to improving education for all students and communities. Over the past 20 years, Dr. Lowehas worked across the field of education as a K-12 teacher, researcher and non-profit leader, as well as a higher education faculty member and administrator, effectively leading policy, research and practice initiatives. Dr. Lowe currently serves as a vice chancellor of educational services and support for the California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office, helping shape policy implementation, and innovative programs and initiatives for community college academic affairs.

Previously, Dr. Lowe served as associate professor of education at William Jessup University, where she oversaw the thesis research of future teachers in training. She also served as the dean of the Office of Academic Research, leading the university’s strategic academic research plan and academic grant making. Additionally, r. Lowe has served as an adjunct professor at community college and CSU campuses for over 10 years. Dr. Lowe received her bachelor’s degree in psychology, master’s degree in sociology, and Ph.D. in education from Stanford University.