Marsh Pattie serves as Assistant Vice President of Student Affairs at the University of Virginia. His areas of focus include critical incident planning and management, policy and compliance, advising the University Judiciary Committee (the student conduct board), and state government relations. He holds a bachelor’s degree from the College of William and Mary, as well as a master’s and doctorate from UVA. Throughout his nearly twenty years in student affairs, Pattie has served in a variety of roles advising students, student organizations, and campus leaders in addition to managing various units, including student activities/engagement, academic operations, finance and operations, fraternity and sorority life, and international student advising. As a former dean and current assistant vice president, Pattie has also managed an array of incidents from his on-call work responding to individual behavioral, threat assessment, and health emergencies to large-scale situations, including supervising Fraternity & Sorority Life and Student Activities during the Rolling Stone controversy and supporting institutional response to campus protests. With a strong interest in developing resilience as an essential quality of leadership, Pattie co-teaches a course on the subject in UVA’s Batten School of Leadership and Public Policy.