Felice Nudelman

Higher Ed

  • Online learning
  • Personalized learning
  • Presidents and trustees

Felice Nudelman leads Antioch University in the core values of inclusiveness, social justice, experiential learning, and socially engaged, global citizenship. Prior to joining Antioch, she spent 12 years with The New York Times Company, where she was executive director of education and led the development of The New York Times Knowledge Network. She helped launch and was co-director of the American Democracy Project, a collaboration with the American Association of State Colleges and Universities, to foster student civic engagement. At the 2012 ADP conference, the organization honored Nudelman with the Spirit of Democracy Award. In addition, she coordinated the CCSSO/Gates Foundation EdSteps project on behalf of the Times Company. Before joining The Times, Nudelman was executive director for Pace University’s School of Education and spent nearly a decade in academic affairs at Bloomfield College. She has a bachelor’s degree in fine arts and philosophy from Allegheny College and a master’s in photography from Pratt Institute. She is an alumna of the 1995 Harvard Management Development Program. Nudelman is on the EWA Board of Directors, as well as many other boards and committees.