NEW April 25: Jhan Doughty Berry, Executive Director, Educational Testing Service (ETS) Princeton, New Jersey

As the Executive Director of Learning, Development & Diversity at Educational Testing Service, Berry is responsible for the strategic direction of the organizational design, learning, development and diversity areas within CLO. She is also a Senior Strategic Advisor for a federally-funded contract that provides educational assessments to students in 4, 8th and 12th grade across the country called the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP).
In the Summer of 2012, Berry launched five strategic initiatives that are part of the ETS Diversity Portfolio–the NAEP-Summer Undergraduate Research Experience (SURE), the NAEP-Summer Pre-Doctoral Research Experience (SPRE), the ETS-Princeton Internship Collaborative (EPIC) and the Testing, Evaluation, Assessment & Measurement (TEAM) Institute. In addition, the Summer Research Methods Institute at Howard University was launched to support training in psychometrics for students and faculty.
Prior to joining ETS in June of 2011, she worked in higher education for 10+ years with her most immediate role serving as the Senior Director for Institutional Diversity in the Office of the President and Assistant Professor of Educational Psychology & Psychology at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio.
Prior to her career in higher education, Berry worked for the State of Florida as the Supervisor of the School-to-Work Transition Program in Tampa where she was responsible for providing counseling services to adolescents with physical, psychological and hearing disabilities in the Hillsborough County Public School System. She also worked as a Certified Rehabilitation Counselor providing counseling to adults with moderate to severe psychological disabilities.
She received a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and Analytical Research from Xavier University of Louisiana, Master’s and Doctoral degrees in Counselor Education with a Concentration in Psychiatric Rehabilitation (Masters) and Clinical Psychology (Doctorate) from The Pennsylvania State University. She also completed an NIMH Post-doctoral Fellowship in Psychiatry and Epidemiology and Public Health from the Yale University School of Medicine.
Dr. Berry is originally from New Orleans, Louisiana, married to Dr. Jamal I. Berry and has two children (Jayden-10 years and Julia-6 years).