Nance Roy
Chief Clinical Officer

P-12 & Higher Ed

  • Mental health
  • Dropout rate
  • Social networks
  • Student life
  • Suicide
  • Transition to adulthood

Nance Roy serves as the chief clinical officer of the Jed Foundation and is an assistant clinical professor at the Yale School of Medicine, Dept. of Psychiatry. She has over 20 years of experience as a psychologist working in college mental health. She served as the assistant dean of health and wellness at Sarah Lawrence College and most recently was the associate dean of health and wellness at Rhode Island School of Design. Earlier in her career she served as director of health and counseling at Sarah Lawrence. She is a senior advisor for the National College Depression Partnership and her publications have focused on effective strategies for treatment and management of at-risk students on college campuses. Roy earned a bachelors degree from the University of Rhode Island, a masters degree from the University of North Carolina and a doctorate degree from Harvard University.