Austin, Texas — Dr. Janice A. Johnson hired to manage and maintain Campus Advantage’s domestic and international on-campus operations.
Austin, Texas — Campus Advantage has hired Dr. Janice A. Johnson as senior vice president of on campus management as part of the company’s effort to keep pace with the growth it is seeing in its on campus and operations projects–both in the United States and internationally.
Johnson brings to the Campus Advantage leadership team her experience with on-campus and international projects. During her 25-year career, she has overseen the administration, operations and educational activities for student housing facilities at five major universities, representing more than 25,000 beds. This background includes serving as executive director of U.S. Equities Student Housing where she spent six years managing University Center Chicago, which is the nation’s largest multi-institutional student housing facility with 1,700 beds, a full-service conference center and 30,000 feet of retail space.
“Like many of us at Campus Advantage, Janice has risen up through the ranks of the student housing industry and gained valuable insider experience in the process,” said Mike Peter, president and CEO of Campus Advantage. “Her background in student housing management, residence life and student development is the perfect fit with our team. She will play an important role in helping us continue to enhance our industry-leading residence life program.”
Johnson joins the Campus Advantage team after three years as senior vice president at Nove International where she worked in student housing, residence life and facilities management.
Johnson holds several degrees from Illinois State University–a bachelor’s degree, master’s degree in counselor education and a doctorate in educational administration and foundations. She has served as an associate faculty member at Cascadia Community College, Central Washington University and Illinois State University. She taught courses in career management and learning assessment, as well as a course that gave students an introduction to higher education.