Melinda Hull brings a broad range of professional experiences in non-profit and higher education organizations to her work with NPAG. Her work background includes academic advising, student support, and faculty development, as well as recruitment and admissions, academic program development, and technology-enhanced teaching and learning at various public and private institutions around the country. In addition, she taught elementary school in the United Arab Emirates and Cyprus before returning to the United States to serve in an academic advisory capacity to the Embassy of the State of Kuwait.
With over 20 years of experience in a variety of non-profit and educational settings and capacities, Melinda brings a strong sense of humor, resourcefulness, and commitment to competence to the clients she serves. Her particular interests include helping organizations, institutions, and individuals explore innovative opportunities, while honoring their unique heritage, identity, and place in the greater community. She believes in building sustainable, beneficial relationships to enhance workplace environments and achieve positive outcomes for individuals and organizations.
A native of Maine, she has lived and worked in New York, Boston, Washington, DC, and abroad. She earned her bachelor’s and Master of Social Work degrees from Boston University, her elementary teacher certification from George Mason University, and her doctorate at The George Washington University.