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Stacy Neil Aspinwall will serve as the chancellor of Sowela Technical Community College (Louisiana), effective in early May. He has served as vice president of enrollment and student services at Waycross College since August 2007. Previously, Aspinwall was vice president of economic development, director of instruction and director of adult education at Okefenokee Technical College (Georgia).
Monty Sullivan has been named chancellor of Delgado Community College (Louisiana) as of early May. He is currently executive vice president at the Louisiana Community and Technical College System. Previously, Sullivan served as vice chancellor for academic services and research for the Virginia Community College System. In addition to his duties as vice chancellor, he also served as interim president of Eastern Shore Community College.
Rob Denson, president and CEO of Des Moines Area Community College (DMACC) in Iowa, is the newest board member of the Gateway to College National Network, a nonprofit organization that builds the capacity of colleges, school districts and states to improve education for high school dropouts and underprepared college students. DMACC is one of 35 colleges in 20 states currently offering the Gateway to College program.
Tim Cook is the new vice president of instruction at Clark College (Washington). He has served in an interim role in the position since June 2011. Cook joined the college in 1997 as a faculty counselor and since 2000 has served as counseling department head and division chair of behavioral sciences. He also has served as acting dean of student success and retention in 2006-2007.
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