Jonathan Benjamin-Alvarado Named Chief Inclusion Officer at Texas Christian University

Dr. Jonathan Benjamin-Alvarado has been named senior advisor to the chancellor and chief inclusion officer at Texas Christian University. “I am delighted that Dr. Benjamin-Alvarado has accepted this position and am eager to introduce him to TCU and the Fort Worth community,” said Dr. Vincent Boschini, chancellor of Texas Christian University.

“He has a proven track record of success with an emphasis on inclusion. I am immensely proud of the strides we have made at TCU, and the university has declared its ongoing commitment to forge a more inclusive university for future generations that is welcoming to all,” he said. 

Since 2014, Benjamin-Alvarado has been assistant vice chancellor of student success at the University of Nebraska Omaha (UNO), where he also was a professor of political science. There, he chaired the senior vice chancellor’s inclusion and equity leadership council. He created a pathway program for underserved students to pursue admission to the Nebraska College of Law.

WittKieffer’s Shelley Arakawa, Charlene Aguilar and Alejandra Gillette-Teran led this search.

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