As Associate Provost, Dr. Terkla oversees the Office of Institutional Research & Evaluation (OIR&E), serves as the university’s M&E team leader for the USAID funded EPT2 One Health Workforce Project; provides guidance across the university on issues relating to institutional research, outcomes assessment, and evaluation; works with schools and departments on various initiatives, e.g., strategic planning, outcomes assessment, fact finding, program reviews; serves as the institutional coordinator for selected university-wide initiatives; provides critical management information to senior administrators; and serves on university-wide committees ( Academic Council, Administrative Council, Social Science IRB, Tufts IT Steering Committee, Information Stewardship Sub-committee, Student Information Steering Committee, as well as, several school-specific committees. She has held leadership positions in several organizations serving as President of both the North East Association for Institutional Research and the Association for Institutional Research, as well as the Chair of the US Department of Educational National Postsecondary Executive Committee (NPEC) Council on Postsecondary Education Statistics. In addition, she has served on the Higher Education Data Sharing Consortium Board of Directors, the UCLA/ACE Cooperative Institutional Research Program Advisory Committee, National Association of Independent Colleges and Universities Commission on Policy Analysis, and numerous National Center for Education Statistics technical review panels. Currently, she is serving on the National Student Clearinghouse Advisory Committee. Dr. Terkla earned a doctorate in higher education research from Harvard University, a Masters of Public Policy from the University of California Berkeley, and a bachelors degree from Ohio Wesleyan University where she majored in politics and government. In addition, she was awarded a management certificate from the Management Institute for Women in Higher Education.