George Rohde is a dedicated professional in the field of higher education, with a demonstrated commitment to guiding and empowering students to attain college degrees. In his role at myFootpath, he is responsible for developing and deploying student-facing, client-specific, and internal solutions that enhance collaboration, student satisfaction, engagement, and success.

In addition to his work at myFootpath, George serves as a partner for DePaul University’s Consortium for Leadership, Education, and Assessment Research (CLEAR) institute, where he contributes to research and initiatives that strengthen alliances within higher education institutions worldwide. Furthermore, George chairs the Sister Cities Education Initiative, focused on building bridges between higher education institutions globally.

George’s educational background includes a B.A., M.A., M.Ed., and Ph.D. in Higher Education Leadership from DePaul University. His research focuses on empowering and supporting foster children and children experiencing homelessness in their pursuit of college degrees.

George also demonstrates a strong passion for giving back to those in need, through philanthropy and volunteerism. He is also involved in the Multi-Faith Veterans Initiative, where he coordinates the Veterans Read program and conducts various projects and research studies related to veterans. In his leisure time, George indulges in his passion for breeding champion rough and smooth coat collies as a means of relaxation and connection with his love for animals.