Dr. Ochoa has over 20 years of higher education leadership experience that includes supervision, evaluation, promotion and tenure, academic program review, strategic planning, student recruitment, student life, professional development and budget management. He has taught online and face-to-face classes at the undergraduate level.

Professional Narrative

Dr. Ochoa holds an Ed.D. in Educational Leadership from Duquesne University, an M.A. in Psychology from West Virginia Graduate School/ Marshall University, and a B.A. in Psychology from Creighton University. Dr. Ochoa serves as the Dean of Academic Affairs at MUIH since 8/2016. Prior to MUIH, he was the Dean of Academic Affairs at WVU Potomac State College. He also served as the Interim Dean for Graduate and Continuing Studies at Stephens College and as an Academic Dean at Mount St. Mary's University.

He served as a faculty member at Shippensburg University in the School of Academic Programs and Services. As a faculty member, he served as the Director of the Academic Success Program and Department Chair. He serves as a Peer Reviewer for the Higher Learning Commission and has served as a board member for the Association of Chief Academic Officers.

Selected Publications & Presentations

Ochoa, G. & Rodriguez, M. (2020) Webinar - Strategies for Effective Executive Sponsorship of Adaptive Courseware Initiatives. APLU Personalized Learning Consortium

Martinez, P., Ochoa, G. & Woodfield, R. (2019) Panel Discussion - Leading Change: Lessons Learned from Coordinating Campus-wide Efforts through ACAO’s Digital Fellows Project. Indiana Digital Learning Summit & Plater Institute on the Future of Learning.

Ochoa, G. (2017) Managing Controversy and Conflict in a Diverse Classroom. 24th Annual FACE International Conference. The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland.

Ochoa, G. & Ledda, M. (2016) Meeting the Needs of Contemporary Learners through an Online Health Information Administration Degree. UPCEA 101st Annual Conference. (Lead Presenter)

Ochoa, G. & Powell, T. (2014). Intellectual Disabilities and Law Enforcement. Frederick County Sheriff’s Office Annual Training.

Ochoa, G. (2013). Keynote Speaker. Washington D.C Task Force Against Campus Prejudice.

Ochoa, G. (2001). Children with Special Needs: A transatlantic perspective. Leadership in School: Self-Governing Schools: Practitioner Leadership & Student Achievement. Educational Leadership Development Conference. St. Peter's College, University of Oxford. The Norham Centre for Leadership Studies.


Introduction to Psychology

Educational Psychology

Education, Theory, and Practice

Lifespan Psychology

Student Voices

Business Leadership

Globalization and Education

Abnormal Psychology


Association of Chief Academic Officers Digital Fellow (2017-2019)

American Council on Education Institute for New Chief Academic Officers (2016)

Personal Narrative

Greg Ochoa lives in Keyser, WV with his wife, Jenifer and daughter, Alexa. He also has 2 additional children, Amanda and Jacob. He enjoys spending time with his family and especially with his 2 granddaughters, Becca and Jensen. He enjoys trips to the beach, river, and lakes. He is a proud member of the Keyser Rotary club.

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