Allison Calhoun-Brown is Senior Vice President for Student Success at Georgia State University. Since 2008, she has had oversight of many of the success programs at Georgia State, using data to develop strategic initiatives to promote student achievement, facilitate academic progression, enhance the student experience and increase graduation rates. Incorporating the use of predictive analytics, Dr. Calhoun-Brown has implemented new and innovative programming to address issues of effective academic advising, unmet student financial need, curricular progression barriers, momentum year strategies, and support for at-risk students. These efforts have contributed to the elimination of achievement gaps at Georgia State. In 2019, she became the chief student affairs officer at GSU with the goal of integrating the student success approach across all aspects of student life and engagement at the University. Dr. Calhoun-Brown graduated with honors from Oberlin College and earned master’s and doctor’s degrees in political science from Emory University.