Eric M. Price II

  • Academic/Career Advisor
  • Washington, DC, USA
  • Jun 23, 2020
Full time Consultant Education Government Nonprofit-Social Services

Personal Summary

Higher education administrator with experience in student affairs, including but not limited to academic advising and residence life. Pursuing future endeavors and opportunities related to career readiness, higher education policy, and assessment and evaluation of curriculum and student learning outcomes through a critical multicultural lens.

Work Experience

Program Manager - MPS Analytics, Technology & Security Programs
Feb 2017 - Georgetown University School of Continuing Studies
  • Leads the day-to-day supportive activities for the faculty, staff, and administration for a student population exceeding 600 students in five Master of Professional Studies in both the on-campus and online modalities
  • Advises and orients all new campus and online students during initial academic term of enrollment, identifying resources and opportunities
  • Experience in academic and career advising, data analysis, schedule building, cocurricular event planning, and social media communications
Higher Education Engagement Specialist
Apr 2017 - HBCU Collective
  • Coach HBCU students in effective communication and lobbying methods with the elected officials and legislative aides
  • Maintains communication and confirms meetings with congressional representatives
  • Represents the HBCU Collective at external functions to establish partnerships and future collaboration opportunities
Village Coordinator
Jul 2016 - Nov 2016 Virginia Wesleyan College
  • Supervise and perform the administrative & managerial responsibilities of a residential village including a 3 story Apartment complex, 8 Greek houses and 3 traditional residence halls.
  • Created the M.A.R.L.I.N. Programmatic Model – a guideline of required themes for each Resident Adviser to implement in their program planning throughout the academic year.
  • Trained Resident Advisor staff on the topics of Cultural Competence, Diversity & Inclusion, and Crisis Management & Intervention


Resident Adviser
Feb 2015 - Feb 2016 Winston-Salem State University
  • Provided oversight and guidance to over 300 college students in-suite and apartment-style living quarters
  • Planned, implemented, and evaluated the effectiveness of educational and social programs each term that encourage the development of the personal skills of students.
  • Addressed conflict resolution initiatives between residents within suites and separate rooms in an effort of maintaining a community in which all residents felt safe.
  • Responsible for reporting up all Title IX adjacent and mental health issues for students, especially during instances reflecting issues affecting the campus at large.
Intern to the Assistant Director of Greek Life
Aug 2015 - Dec 2015 Winston-Salem State University
  • Under the directives of the Director of Greek Life, consulted on the creation of concrete programs for students who are interested in entering Greek Letter Organizations on campus both under the National Panhellenic Council & Council of Intercollegiate Greek Organizations.
  • Used observations of 7 respective organizations and independent research, produced a report on trends of the perception of campus involvement of Greek letter organizations in comparison to total production of programs, work, and influence on the campus.


Student Homecoming Coordinator
May 2011 - Nov 2011 University of the District of Columbia
  • Planned and allocated tasks the $70,000 budget for the University of the District of Columbia's Fall Homecoming celebration; working closely the with Office of Student Activities, Undergraduate Student Government, Alumni and Intercollegiate Athletics to coordinate all aspects of Homecoming
  • Creating a calendar of timelines of deadlines for various important tasks to be completed prior to the actual Homecoming week and making sure all related parties were kept abreast of the deadlines and adhered to them.
  • Writing and presenting proposed plans for each day and, with the help of a team of both students and faculty, creating a calendar of events which became implemented.
  • Writing contracts (specifically for the Step Show) and contacting teams regarding their interest in performing.


Master of Professional Studies in Higher Education Administration
Aug 2018 - May 2020 Georgetown University
Bachelor of Arts in Sociology
Aug 2006 - May 2016 Winston-Salem State University