Anne E. Lundquist has twenty years of increasing administrative responsibilities in higher education, having served as the dean of students at four liberal arts colleges. As director of student affairs assessment and strategic planning at Western Michigan University (WMU), she coordinates the division’s planning and assessment efforts, providing support and leadership to colleagues throughout the division. She works with staff in university audit and institutional effectiveness on ERM implementation at WMU. Lundquist teaches Assessment and Accountability in Higher Education and law and policy courses in the Department of Educational Leadership at WMU.
Lundquist is a PhD candidate in the Educational Leadership program at Western Michigan University with a concentration in Higher Education Administration. Her dissertation research study is titled Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) in Colleges and Universities: Administration Processes Regarding the Adoption, Implementation and Integration of ERM. She has published articles on enterprise risk management in Risk Management Today and the URMIA Journal and has a chapter titled “Lessons from the Academy: ERM Implementation in the University Setting” in Enterprise Risk Management: Case Studies for Executives, Risk Practitioners, and Educators. She has an MFA in creative writing from Western Michigan University and a BA in religious studies from Albion College.