Noah Henry-Darwish (HECMA Faculty Chair) (he/him/his) is the Assistant Dean of Students at Stanford University, working to coordinate the institution’s response for students in distress, non-clinical case management, and behavioral intervention. Noah brings significant experience the Faculty team with expertise in non-clinical case management and a focus in using assessment data to advance equity and remove systemic barriers to student success. Originally from Eugene, Oregon Noah earned a M.Ed. in Student Affairs (University of Maryland, College Park), a B.A. in Psychology (Whitman College), and is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in Higher Education (University of Nebraska). In addition to his current role at Stanford, Noah serves as the Faculty Chair for HECMA and is the Associate Editor for CAS (the Council for the Advancement of Standards in Higher Education).