Raymond Scheppach

Higher Ed

  • Access
  • Accountability
  • College graduation rates
  • Costs
  • Economy and college
  • Endowments
  • Federal policy
  • Finance and funding
  • Financial aid
  • Public universities
  • State policy
  • Taxes

Raymond Scheppach has a joint appointment as professor of practice at the Frank Batten School of Leadership and Public Policy and visiting fellow for economic policy at the Miller Center of Public Affairs, both at the University of Virginia. Through the Miller Center he was the project director for the State Health Care Cost Containment Commission. He is currently the project director for the National Commission on State Financing of a 21st Century Higher Education. Previously, Scheppach was the executive director of the National Governors Association for 28 years and worked for seven years at the Congressional Budget Office, serving the last two years as deputy director. He has written numerous professional articles on various public policy issues and has authored or co-authored four books on economics. His specializations include federal and state budgets, health care policy and federalism. He is also a fellow at the National Academy of Public Administration and the National Academy of Social Insurance. He received his bachelor’s degree in business administration from the University of Maine and his master’s and doctorate in economics from the University of Connecticut.