Phoebe Haddon

Phoebe A. Haddon is chancellor of Rutgers University–Camden, where she has direct responsibility for a campus that enrolls nearly 6,600 students in 39 undergraduate programs and 28 master’s and doctoral programs. Haddon previously served as dean of the University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law. In 2011, the school received a $30 million commitment from the W.P. Carey Foundation. Recognized by the Society of American Law Teachers in 2011 with its Great Teacher Award, Haddon was a law professor for more than 30 years at Temple University and Maryland. She has written extensively on equality and access in education issues as well as on matters related to access to counsel for civil litigants. Haddon is a member of the American Bar Association’s Commission on the Future of Legal Services. She is on the boards of trustees for the Cooper University Health System and the Philadelphia Museum of Art, a member of the CEO Council for Growth, and a Class C director for the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia. Haddon consistently is named by the National Jurist as one of the “25 Most Influential People in Legal Education.”