Dr. Saul Ivy has 20 years of experience as a leader and administrator in the business and non-profit sectors, specializing in revenue and capacity enhancement, organizational management, and leadership development.
As the Program Director for the Hunger Network of Greater Cleveland from 2005 to 2010, Dr. Ivy oversaw 137 emergency food sites in Cuyahoga County. He has also contributed his expertise to the advancement of various other organizations in Ohio—notably, as the Executive Director of the North Side (Youngstown) Citizens’ Coalition, which he successfully transitioned to a Community Development Corporation, and the Enterprise Foundation, where his management work for The Volunteer and Leadership Institute led to a five-city expansion.
In the mid 1990s, he helped grass-roots organizations decrease capacity deficiencies through the founding of the Cleveland-based African American Charities, Inc.
Prior to becoming a Dean of Strayer University’s Maitland, FL Campus in 2010, Dr. Ivy served as an online-based Adjunct Professor for both Ashford University and Grand Canyon University. His instructional focus at Strayer includes business management and public administration.
Dr. Ivy earned his Ph.D. in Business Management from Capella University. He also holds a Master of Public Administration and a Bachelor of Arts in Urban Studies from Cleveland State University.