As Senior Consultant at Gallup, Helen Stubbs supports colleges in assessing meaningful outcomes of success to best prepare students for a fulfilling career and a life well-lived. Gallup research identifies undergraduate experiences aligned with student well-being and engagement and long-term alumni well-being and career engagement. Stubbs partners with clients to understand and improve their performance on these measures, applying decades of Gallup's global research in well-being and engagement.

Stubbs has served universities for more than 18 years, integrating research-based best practices with institution-level data on student behaviors and attitudes, assessing where campuses are in their efforts to move them toward state-of-the-art institutionalized initiatives.

Stubbs received a bachelor's degree in psychology from the University of Vermont. She earned a master's degree from Harvard's T.H. Chan School of Public Health, where she focused her studies on health communications, preventing high-risk behaviors and healthy adolescent development.