Camille Colatosti serves as the founding Dean of Berklee’s Graduate Studies program, and has led the development of curriculum, policies, programs, and processes for master’s education at Berklee. Through her work as head of institutional assessment, she also directs the college’s accreditation work with the New England Association of Schools and Colleges and oversees the college’s academic assessment, program review, and continuous improvement initiatives. Prior to her work as Dean of Institutional Assessment and Graduate Studies, she served as chair of Berklee’s Liberal Arts program. She also serves as a consultant-evaluator for the Higher Learning Commission, and as a peer-evaluator for the New England Association of School and Colleges. Camille earned her Ph.D. in English Language and Literature from the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor. She has published numerous articles on education, women’s issues, and other social topics. She is the author of the books, To Be an Artist: Musicians, Visual Artists, Writers, and Dancers Speak (2011) and Stopping Sexual Harassment (1992). She has won several awards, including the Athena Award for Women’s Leadership and the Girl Scouts’ Woman of Distinction Award.