Dr. Gabrielle St. Léger, a three-time graduate of West Virginia University, has dedicated her career to serving students through roles in higher education leadership. Currently, she serves as the Vice President for Student Development and Campus Life at La Salle University.
Dr. Gabrielle St. Léger, a three-time graduate of West Virginia University, completed her Bachelors degree in English and her Masters degree in Secondary Education and Language Arts in 2001, before earning her Doctorate of Education in Educational Leadership Studies and Higher Education Administration in 2012. During her time as an undergraduate student, St. Léger competed on the WVU Women’s Varsity Track and Field team.
St. Léger is the Vice President for Student Development and Campus Life at La Salle University. She formerly served as the Dean of Students and Assistant Vice President for Student Affairs at Hofstra University. She has dedicated her career in higher education leadership to serving students; her efforts forge multidisciplinary partnerships, both on and off-campus, that create leadership opportunities and support student success and social mobility. St. Léger has served the New York Institute of Technology as the Dean of Students, as well as other universities in student affairs leadership roles including Ohio State and WVU.
In 2018, St. Léger was recognized nationally by the Association of College Personnel Administrators as a Diamond Honoree.
St. Léger lives in Philadelphia, PA.