Jan Greenwood

Jan Greenwood

Partner & President

Office: 850-337-1483
Cell: 202-374-2111

Send Email

Jan Greenwood is a pioneer in US higher education, as the first woman president of a public four-year and graduate institution in Virginia and as among the first to hold multiple presidencies for both public and private institutions. The library at one of these institutions is named in her honor. She was one of the earliest executive recruiters focused on education and nonprofit organizations.

Jan is widely recognized for her search expertise; for her research, scholarship and writing commentary on search and leadership issues; and for her wisdom imparted through leadership development workshops and events. 

Read More

Betty Turner Asher

Betty Turner Asher

Partner & Vice-President

Office: 850-337-1488
Cell: 850-687-0647

Send Email

Betty Asher was one of the first women to serve as president of a flagship institution. She brings to executive search, consulting and training a unique background of leadership service at all levels of higher education institutions and systems, in academics and student affairs and in public and independent institutions. She has been a leader in executive search, consulting and training for the past two decades.

With Jan Greenwood, she formed Greenwood/Asher & Associates in 2004 to advance the quality of leadership and improve the process of executive recruitment in higher education

Read More

Susanne Griffin

Susanne Griffin

Vice President & Managing Director

Office: 850-337-1525

Cell: 850-598-0063

Send Email

As Vice President and Managing Director for G/A&A, Griffin oversees financial management of the firm, supervision and development of consultants and team members, and organization of systems and operations. She brings a wealth of administrative expertise garnered through a successful career in K-12 leadership. She joins G/A&A from recent service as the Chief Academic Officer of the Minneapolis (MN) Public Schools where she developed academic priorities and directed programs to provide excellent learning environments for the approximately 34,000 students in the district.

Read More