William Holderfield, Ed.D., has experience in project management and documentation analysis. He spent several years in varying capacities with community colleges in Illinois, primarily areas related to institutional research and accreditation. These experiences in the community college system allowed him to gain an understanding of policy creation, accreditation procedures, process documentation and acting as liaison between various levels of stakeholders internal and external to an organization/institution. Prior to working in higher education, William held a variety of positions in the private sector, most notably in areas of the financial industry. HHe is currently working on the Centralized Demographic Dataset Administrator (CDDA) and Early Childhood Access Consortium for Equity (ECACE) projects. He also provides support in reporting, professional development, and leading diversity and equity workshops. William earned an M.A. in History from Roosevelt University, an M.A. in Public History from Loyola University Chicago and an Ed.D. in Curriculum, Advocacy, and Policy at National Louis University.