Mariane Asad Doyle is the Chief Culture Officer for the McIntire School of Commerce. Before joining the McIntire team, she served as Vice President of Diversity, Equity, Accessibility, and Inclusion at the Thomas Jefferson Foundation at Monticello. She has held leadership positions addressing workforce development, college access, and human resources for more than 17 years. Mariane was an Education Insights Research Center Fellow in the Educational Policy Fellowship Program and has been recognized with awards for leadership including Central Office Administrator of the Year (2021) and Career Technical Education Administrator of the Year (2014). As a K12 district leader, she obtained more than $30 million in state, federal, and foundation grant funds to support career and college pathways, adult education, and career education facilities.
In addition to academic leadership, Mariane has served as an educator for more than 23 years. She taught English, Business Communications, and Technical Writing as a full-time Lecturer at Morgan State University and California State University, Bakersfield. As a part-time Lecturer, she taught Ethics in Educational Leadership, Public Policy in Higher Education, K12 Public Policy, Research Methods, Research Analysis, and Entrepreneurship in Education at California State University, Northridge. She previously taught Rhetoric, English Literature, Technical Writing, and Business Communications courses at Chapman, Brandman, and Troy Universities. Mariane began her teaching career as a high school English and Business teacher in Los Angeles County and came to the field of education from the hospitality industry, where she was a Marketing and Sales Director and Guest Relations Manager. She also worked in software development, where she became Microsoft SQL certified, conducted quality assurance testing, and provided beta site support and technical writing services.
Mariane is a member of the Charlottesville Regional Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors and is Chair of the Public Policy Committee. She also serves as an advisory board member for the Albemarle County Public Schools Long Range Committee, the National Equity Leadership Academy, and the Discover Black Cville Steering Committee.
Mariane resides in Crozet, VA, with her two children and her husband of 19 years, a U.S. Air Force veteran.