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Danielle Buehrer

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EdD, 2021

Danielle Buehrer currently serves as the vice provost of institutional effectiveness at Mercer University.

Prior to 2022, she was at Kennesaw State University in the Office of the Provost and Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs as the executive director of institutional quality and accreditation and the accreditation liaison for the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC). In these roles, she provided leadership, support, and oversight of regional and program accreditation activities as well as institutional policy development and management.

Danielle has served as the SACSCOC liaison at three separate institutions leading them successfully through reaffirmations of accreditation and several substantive changes, including a consolidation, and as a paid advisory consultant to assist with regional and program accreditation issues for six public postsecondary educational institutions in Georgia.

Danielle has a Bachelor of Arts degree in English and a Master’s degree in public administration, both from Valdosta State University. Additionally, she has a Graduate Certificate in institutional research from Florida State University.



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