Dr. Jeremy Moore has worked as an administrator and educator in higher education for fifteen years. As a first-generation college student from Dayton, Ohio, Dr. Moore was the first from his family to attend college at Wright State University, which is also located in Dayton, OH. While at WSU, he pursued a degree in liberal studies with a minor in marketing. It was during his time at WSU that he found a passion for student leadership, having been involved as a Community Advisor in a residence hall, Vice-President of the University Activities Board, President of the National Residence Hall Honorary, and others. Following completion of his undergraduate studies, Dr. Moore relocated to the Chicago area and attended Northern Illinois University, where he completed a Masters of Science in Adult and Higher Education while working as a Residence Hall Director. Following completion of graduate study, he worked at both Lake Forest College in Lake Forest, IL and the University of Colorado Boulder as a Hall Director before transitioning into work with off-campus, commuter, and transfer students, also at CU Boulder. In 2020, Dr. Moore completed his doctoral work, which focused on better understanding the diverse and unique needs of commuter students within a residential campus and the development of an evidence-based peer mentoring program to aid in student retention.