Brandon L. Wolfe, Ph.D. currently serves as the Associate Vice Chancellor for Diversity and Inclusion and Chief Diversity Officer at UNC Charlotte.
Throughout his career, Wolfe has developed and implemented strategies to establish, sustain, and advance diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts within and beyond academia. As a strategist, he uses his knowledge of research and organizational best practices--coupled with his passion and inspired creativity--to develop, facilitate, and assess programs, initiatives, and policy with an emphasis on education and prioritizing people, systems, structures, policy, accountability, and sustainability to facilitate organizational transformation. In addition, Wolfe remains committed to contributing his voice, resources, and position as an executive leader to raise awareness, close disparity gaps, and leverage partnerships to build and sustain equitable communities rooted in social responsibility.
Wolfe obtained his Doctor of Philosophy in Higher Education Administration, a Master’s in Adult Education, and a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Auburn University. His post-doc training includes serving as a Peabody Fellow in the Vanderbilt Professional Practice Institute for Higher Education Management, completing the American Association of Blacks in Higher Education Leadership Mentoring Institute, National Association for Diversity Officers in Higher Education Standards of Professional Practice Institute, and Harvard Business School Young American Leaders Program.
In addition to his education, Wolfe is a 2002 AmeriCorps alum and an active member of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Incorporated.