Nicholas Hudson, Ed.D.
Bio: Nicholas has worked for the CFSL since August 2014. Originally from Beloit, WI, Nicholas received his Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from the University of Oregon, his Masters of Professional Studies in Legislative Affairs from the George Washington University (GW) Graduate School of Political Management (GSPM) and his doctorate in Higher Education Administration from GW. As an undergrad, Nicholas served in various leadership roles in his chapter, the Greek community, and the student government, leading to an affinity for student development and a passion for building an inclusive campus climate. Most recently, Nicholas worked for the Center for Student Engagement at GW, working primarily with student organizations, residence life, Greek Life and outdoor adventure programming. Nicholas previously served as the Director of a Mentor and Tutor Program for at-risk Latino youth in Northern Virginia. Nicholas' research focuses on undocumented Latino student activists, campus climates/multiculturalism, and Latino student success. He has presented at national conferences on undocumented students' academic success, funds of knowledge, and multicultural Greek organizations. Nicholas lives with his wife, Christine, daughter, Cecilia, and their two dogs, Layla and Dexter, in Pullman, WA. Nicholas works primarily with non-residential multicultural greek organizations and the United Greek Association and National Pan-Hellenic Council.