Elisa Jaden
Program Specialist, Student Access and Success


Elisa Jaden leads SREB’s regional tuition reciprocity programs: the Academic Common Market and the Regional Contract Program. She also leads SREB’s HBCU-MSI Course-Sharing Consortium and serves as director for the SREB region to the National Council for State Authorization Reciprocity Agreements (NC-SARA), for which she follows state and federal higher education regulations and policy related to state authorization and program approval. Elisa works with the SREB SARA Regional Steering Committee to inform and clarify policy changes made at the national level.

Elisa joined SREB in 2017, bringing more than 15 years experience in student affairs for multiple sectors of postsecondary education, including at Lincoln College of Technology and the Technical College System of Georgia. Elisa holds a bachelor of arts in communications from the University of Alabama, a master of science in management and leadership from Western Governors University, and an education specialist degree in higher education administration with a concentration in student affairs from Liberty University.