Aisha Jackson is the Assistant Vice Provost and Assistant Vice Chancellor for Academic and Learning Technologies at University of Colorado Boulder. In this position, Aisha provides vision, strategic leadership and direction for academic technology, initiatives, and support services across the spectrum of instructional technology functions at the University of Colorado Boulder. Aisha also provides leadership in planning and policy related to digital learning and other instructional technology initiatives that facilitate achievement of CU Boulder’s strategic goals. Further, she builds partnerships among campus academic support units to work collaboratively toward the achievement of institutional goals that can be addressed through the strategic application of technology. Aisha is a senior campus administrator who helps to ensure academic continuity regardless of teaching modality.
Prior to moving to Colorado, Aisha was a faculty member in the School of Education and Open Campus at the University of the West Indies (UWI) in Trinidad and Tobago, West Indies. She designed, developed, and taught traditional and distance courses at the undergraduate and graduate levels in the area of Information Technologies in Education. While at UWI, Aisha consulted on national and international grants, and with other higher education institutions in the Caribbean. She also served as the Campus Information Technology Trainer, responsible for leading a team charged with assisting faculty members with adopting Information Technologies to improve teaching, learning and research. In this role, she organized, facilitated and evaluated consultations and training on the pedagogical and technical use of a variety of educational technologies.
Aisha earned a B.A. in Elementary Education from Flagler College, in St. Augustine, Florida and a M. Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction with a specialization in Educational Technology and Teacher Education, from the University of Florida. Aisha earned her Ed. D. in Educational Leadership, specializing in Professional Learning and Technology, at the University of Colorado Denver.