In 2001, Campus Labs (formerly StudentVoice) was formed with a very simple goal: to collect information from students that could be used to impact programs and services. Since that time, Campus Labs has evolved from one member campus to over 650, as more institutions embrace assessment on every level of their campus.
Campus Labs quickly became the leading platform and service provider for assessment in higher education. Today, Campus Labs is the only specialized, comprehensive assessment program that combines data collection, reporting, organization, and campus-wide integration. Since its inception, top university administrators across North America have partnered with Campus Labs on innovative assessment activities.
Meet the Campus Labs Team
President and Co-Founder
Eric Reich has led Campus Labs from its inception to its current place as the leading assessment community and technology platform in higher education. Today, Eric determines the strategic direction of Campus Labs, evaluating alliances and acquisitions that serve to grow both the capabilities and campus membership of the company.
While working towards his J.D. and M.B.A. degrees at the University at Buffalo, Eric had the experience of serving as the student representative on the University Council (the equivalent of the Board of Trustees). On the Council, Eric pioneered a system of linking assessment data to the unique challenges of colleges and universities. The resulting program was awarded the Panasci Entrepreneurial Award by the University, forming Campus Labs.
Michael Weisman has been instrumental in the forward evolution of Campus Labs, assisting in strategic, operational and financial roles since its beginnings. Michael currently directs the Campus Labs Campus Relations team in delivering a consistent and integrated Member Campus experience through a unified sales and services organization.
Michael is a past winner of the Panasci Entrepreneurial Award at the University at Buffalo, where he earned his M.B.A.
Sean Casey has a passion for assisting organizations who have a mission to combine education with technology to enhance the learning experience and environment for today’s student.
Sean has more than a decade of experience leading sales and services organizations within the e-learning and digital content delivery market. Previously, Sean was responsible for Partner and Business Development at Outside the Classroom (acquired by EverFi, Inc.). Prior to Outside The Classroom, Sean held strategy, sales, business development, and product management roles at Blackboard, Cengage Learning and Jenzabar. Sean holds a BA from the University of Vermont and an MBA from Boston University.
As Vice President of Product Management, J.D.’s vision has been instrumental in the creation and evolution of Campus Labs’ robust array of solutions. In his current role, J.D. works closely with Project Managers company-wide to drive the development and creation of all Campus Labs products at Higher One.
J.D. is a frequent guest lecturer and facilitator on the local, regional and national level on the topics of: assessment in higher education; student success and retention efforts; use of analytics in higher education; and the development of technology to support institutional effectiveness.
Prior to joining Campus Labs, J.D. was responsible for assessment efforts for the Department of University Housing at the University of Georgia. His past experience also includes student affairs roles at Georgia Tech, Virginia Tech and Northern Arizona University. Dr. White holds a Ph.D. from the University of Georgia.
Vice President, Technology & Operations
A demonstrated leader in the development of higher education software platforms, Bob Willer defines the strategic design, development, and deployment of all Campus Labs technology initiatives. In addition to leading the internal products and services infrastructure group, Bob also guides all joint R&D efforts with Campus Labs Member Campuses, allowing all platform users to have a direct impact on future platform functionality.
Prior to Campus Labs, Bob was Chief Technology Officer of LiquidMatrix Corporation, a higher education enrollment management technology platform. Upon LiquidMatrix being acquired by Datatel, Bob led the integration efforts to combine all corporate technology assets involved in that purchase and joined Campus Labs soon thereafter. A veteran of leading emerging technology companies, Bob has spent time in leadership roles with TuneUp.com, where he developed extensive subscriber-based web solutions named one of PCMagazine’s Top 100, and also with Quarterdeck Corporation, which was acquired by Symantec in 1998.
Vice President, Campus Relations
Doug Fraser brings significant experience and innovative thinking to his role of expanding the roster of Campus Labs Member Campuses. Doug’s place as an innovator in the advancement of new business partnerships and relationships in higher education is well documented. Prior to joining Campus Labs, Doug worked for Gannett, where he assisted in the establishment of USA Today as an accepted publication for use in higher education curricula. Under Doug’s leadership, the innovative Collegiate Readership Program grew from infancy to hundreds of institutions across North America.
Through his successful, unique positioning of USA Today as a trusted partner among higher education national associations such as NASPA and ACPA, Doug was selected as a Trustee for the ACPA Foundation, a position he still holds today.
Campus Labs Careers
Campus Labs has attracted many of the brightest minds in assessment: experts in project creation, data analysis, and technology. The result is an organization poised to lead the next generation of assessment practice and data management in higher education.
We welcome those who thrive on challenge and share in our mission of innovation to contact us about possible job opportunities.