Vice President of Outreach Partnerships
Senior Vice President
Educational Outreach and Student Services
Dr. James Rund is Senior Vice President for Educational Outreach and Student Services at Arizona State University (ASU). His responsibilities include oversight of all student services at ASU and university K-12 outreach efforts.
Dr. Rund has served in various administrative capacities at ASU including Dean of Student Development, Associate Vice President for Student Affairs, Vice President for University Undergraduate Initiatives, Interim Dean and Director of the Mary Lou Fulton Institute and Graduate School of Education, and Interim Athletic Director for Sun Devil Athletics.
He is also associate professor of Higher Education in the Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College at ASU. Dr. Rund holds his Doctor of Education in Higher and Adult Education from Arizona State University.
Deputy Vice President EOSS, Fiscal and Business Services
Carmen DAngelo is Assistant Vice President for Educational Outreach and Student Services, Fiscal and Business Services, at Arizona State University (ASU). Her responsibilities include oversight of all fiscal, HR, operations, and business services across all EOSS departments and units, as well as direct support of the Senior Vice President’s office.
Carmen has served in various administrative capacities at ASU in the past 18 years of her time here. She started her career in the non-profit and marketing industries before coming to ASU. Carmen has a BS in Justice Studies, BA in Psychology, and MS in Global Technology and Development. Additionally, she also has her national Certified Public Manager (CPM) certification. She is currently pursuing her EDD program at Mary Lou Fulton Teacher’s College. Carmen also volunteers for WACUBO, assisting with planning events.
Deputy Vice President
Amy McGrath is the Deputy Vice President of Educational Outreach and Student Services for Arizona State University and Chief Operating Officer of ASU Prep and ASU Prep Digital, ASU’s K12 network of schools. With over 15 years of experience exploring innovation and personalized learning in the field, she has a rich background which ranges from school design to marketing strategy and educational policy. A nationally recognized educational technologist, Amy prioritizes learner-centered models, and works to increase access to high quality learning for every student, regardless of zip code. Amy has her Bachelor of Science and MEd from the University of South Florida, and she is happily married with three children who keep her weekends eventful on the side-line of a soccer field.