Meghan-Joy Woodall currently serves as the Director of Institutional Reporting and Academic Projects at William Peace University. She supports Academic Affairs operations, focused on institutional reporting and academic planning. Along with her team in Academic Affairs, she conducts research and participates in studies and surveys institution-wide: collecting data, assisting campus partners in using that data, and reporting to various constituencies. She also supports Academic Affairs by coordinating projects related to production of the Academic Catalog, building the course schedule, publishing of the Fact Book and overseeing the Honor Code process.
Meghan has lived in Raleigh for over 10 years and enjoys traveling and the outdoors, specifically running and biking the Raleigh Greenways and kayaking the Neuse River. She earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Science and Master’s Degree in Education from Campbell University.
“Success is liking yourself, liking what you do, and liking how you do it.” – Maya Angelou
B.S. Health and Physical Education, Campbell University
M. Ed. Interdisciplinary Studies, Campbell University
Research & Publications
“A New Model for GI Bill® Quality Assurance: Overview of the Risk-Based Review System”, Published Dec. 2020 by Nathan Arnold, Meghan-Joy Woodall, Joe Wescott, Jessica Morales, Joe Fretwell, Beth Stein, and Bethany Little