Denise Henning

Denise Henning holds a doctoral degree in educational administration, higher education, from New Mexico State University. She has also earned degrees in urban studies and public administration with an emphasis on qualitative research, minoring in both vocal performance and Native American studies from the University of Nebraska at Omaha. As a Cherokee/Choctaw, originating from Creek County in Oklahoma, Dr. Henning has a passion for equity and inclusion in higher education. She has consulted with institutions of higher education throughout the United States in areas including campus cultural climate assessment, increasing faculty diversity and representation, intercultural communication as well as strategic and long-range planning.