Zack Langway is an expert in community building, constituent engagement, and stakeholder communications. With more than a decade of experience, Zack has worked across a wide range of sectors and industries including higher education, health care, advocacy, international development, and community organizing. Throughout his career, Zack has worked with nonprofits, businesses, and change agents in the U.S. and around the world to drive engagement and action on issues that matter.
Currently, Zack serves as the Vice President for Alumni Relations at Brown University. In this role, he oversees all aspects of alumni relations, creating and directing a comprehensive and strategic program of events and activities to engage Brown’s community of more than 100,000 alumni across the world. He also serves as chief liaison to the Brown Alumni Association, and provides leadership and vision for the alumni relations staff in the University’s Division of Advancement.
Zack concurrently serves as an adjunct professor at Towson University and Rutgers University. He has served previously in a variety of roles at Johnson & Johnson, most recently as communication leader for the Office of the Chief Medical Officer and global lead for communication and health equity for the Open&Out LGBTQIA+ Employee Resource Group. Zack has also held leadership roles at organizations including at Fenton Communications, the United Nations Foundation, and the Center for Community Change.
Zack has advised and served many nonprofits, including organizations providing access to affordable surgical care; resources to at-risk LGBTQ individuals; and empowerment of women and girls around the world. Zack holds a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from Brown University, and a Master of Arts in Communication from Johns Hopkins University. He currently lives in New Jersey with his husband, Matt and their son, Samuel.
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