Jing Luan, Ph.D.

Vice Chancellor of Educational Services and Planning, San Mateo Community College District

Jing Luan has been working as an Achieving the Dream Data Coach since ATD’s inception. He has worked with SIPI (Southwestern Indian Polytechnic Institute) in New Mexico, University of New Mexico-Gallup, and Blinn College in Texas. Together with other coaches, he focused on research, planning, and use of evidence for decision-making. In addition, he has advised on carrying out courageous conversations, developing policy inventory, and data warehousing.

Dr. Luan has been the President of his trade organizations, the RP Group (http://rpgroup.org/), Chair of OCAIR (Overseas Chinese Association of Institutional Research; http://www.ocair.org), President of CAIR (California Association of Institutional Research; https://cair.org/) and President of NCCCRP (National Community College Council for Research and Planning; https://www.DropCatch.com/redirect/?domain=ncccrp.org). He is the only overseas member of the prestigious China Information Economics Society. He is a member of the San Mateo County WIB, Vice President of Community College for International Education (CCIE) and a visiting faculty at University of Maryland.

Dr. Luan is a published author and speaker on a variety of higher education topics.  He has taught data mining internationally at universities and companies. Dr. Luan managed the California Community Colleges’ Data Warehousing Project of 109 colleges. He is a recipient of many professional awards. He has consulted for many government and education agencies and corporations internationally (Canada, Japan and China).

Educational Background: Dr. Luan holds a Ph.D. from the prestigious Mary Lou Fulton School of Education at Arizona State University. He also has an Information Technology Management Certificate from UCSC and Institute of Education Management Certificate of Completion from Harvard University. He commands the Chinese language fluently.

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