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CC Employee Transitions – March 2017

Posted by on Apr 17, 2017 in Faculty/Staff | 0 comments

CC Employee Transitions – March 2017

9-2-16_collegecolorday_ks_pr_img_7825Outside of our students and alumni, our employees are some of Columbia College’s biggest and best assets. Welcome to these employees who joined the college or changed positions in March.

New Associates

  • Cheryl Johnson, Online Test Proctor, San Luis Obispo, California – began 3/17/17
  • Jennifer Welch, Test Proctor, Ft. Worth, Texas – began 3/25/17
  • Malcolm McPherson, Print Production Operator – MIPS, Columbia, Missouri – began 3/27/17
  • Annica Ribble, Student Support Assistant, Salt Lake City, Utah – began 3/27/17
  • Denise Gelina, Assistant Bursar – Business Office, Columbia, Missouri – began 4/3/17
  • William Bushnell, Assistant Director, Programs & Partnerships – AHE, Columbia, Missouri – began 4/3/17
  • Danny Bradley, Custodian – Plant & Facilities, Columbia, Missouri – began 4/3/17
  • Darlicia Wilkerson, Custodian – Custodial Services/Plant & Facilities, Columbia, Missouri – began 4/3/17
  • Tatiana Rolan, Custodian – Custodial Services/Plant & Facilities Operations, Columbia, Missouri – began 4/10/17
  • Starla Landers, Administrative Assistant – Office of Development, Columbia, Missouri – begins 4/17/17
  • Keiyana Austin, Administrative Assistant – Alumni Relations, Columbia, Missouri – begins 4/17/17
  • Susan Donovan, Instructional Designer – Online Education, Columbia, Missouri – begins 4/24/17

 Transfers & New Positions:

  • Colleen Brown from Associate Director to Associate Director of Compliance and Training, Columbia, Missouri – began 3/6/17
  • Christina Wiggin from Financial Aid Coordinator to Financial Aid Specialist, Columbia, Missouri – began 3/6/17
  • Danielle Douglas from Senior Financial Aid Coordinator to Project Specialist, Columbia, Missouri – began 3/6/17
  • Della Rains from Senior Financial Aid Coordinator to Financial Aid Specialist, Columbia, Missouri – began 3/6/17
  • Jamie Davis from Senior Manager of Financial Aid to Assistant Director of Operations, Columbia, Missouri – began 3/6/17
  • Jason Enright from Financial Aid Coordinator to Financial Aid Specialist, Columbia, Missouri – began 3/6/17
  • Jeremy Henson from Senior Financial Aid Coordinator to Financial Aid Specialist, Columbia, Missouri – began 3/6/17
  • Kylie McDowell from Senior Financial Aid Coordinator to Financial Aid Specialist, Columbia, Missouri – began 3/6/17
  • Linda Waage from Senior Financial Aid Coordinator to Financial Aid Specialist, Columbia, Missouri – began 3/6/17
  • Nikola Velickovic from Financial Aid Coordinator to Financial Aid Specialist, Columbia, Missouri – 3/6/17
  • Quinten Koldan from Financial Aid Coordinator to Financial Aid Specialist, Columbia, Missouri – began on 3/6/17
  • Robin Elkthunder from Assistant Director to Assistant Director of Operations, Columbia, Missouri – began 3/6/17
  • Russell Cobb from Associate Director to Senior Analyst, Columbia, Missouri – began 3/6/17
  • Sarah Toalson from Financial Aid Coordinator to Financial Aid Specialist, Columbia, Missouri – began 3/6/17
  • Susan Nodine from Senior Manager of Financial Aid to Senior Project Specialist, Columbia, Missouri – began 3/6/17
  • Suzanne Wagner from Senior Financial Aid Coordinator to Financial Aid Specialist, Columbia, Missouri – began 3/6/17
  • Janette Nichols from Campus Admissions Manager, Jefferson City, Missouri, to Regional Recruiter – Admissions, began 3/20/17
  • Christopher McDermott from Campus Admissions Manager, Orlando, Florida, to Regional Recruiter – Admissions, began 3/20/17
  • Charlie Mackey from Campus Admissions Manager, Kansas City, Missouri, to Regional Recruiter – Admissions began 3/20/17
  • Felicia English from Campus Admissions Manager, St. Louis, Missouri, to Regional Recruiter – Admissions began 3/20/17
  • Deven Conner from Campus Admissions Manager, Jacksonville, Florida, to Regional Recruiter – Admissions – began 3/20/17
  • Deithre Cheatham from Campus Admissions Manager, Denver, Colorado, to Regional Recruiter – Admissions – began 3/20/17
  • Deb Calo from Campus Admissions Manager, Hancock Field, New York, to Regional Recruiter – Admissions – began 3/20/17
  • Robert Allare from Campus Admissions Manager, Jacksonville, Florida to Regional Recruiter – Admissions – began 3/20/17
  • Ron Ward from Campus Admissions Manager, Mesquite, Texas to Regional Recruiter – Admissions – began 3/20/17
  • James Tarr from Campus Admissions Manager, Salt Lake City, Utah to Regional Recruiter – Admissions – began 3/20/17
  • Carol Smith from Campus Admissions Manager, Rolla, Missouri to Regional Recruiter – Admissions – began 3/20/17
  • Katherine Rothwell from Campus Admissions Manager, Springfield, Missouri to Regional Recruiter – Admissions – began 3/20/17
  • Gerard Riforgiato from Campus Admissions Manager Lake County, Illinois to Regional Recruiter – Admissions – began 3/20/17
  • James Smith from Director of AHE Campus Admissions to Associate Director of Regional Recruitment – Admissions, Columbia, Missouri – began 3/20/17
  • Jacqueline Kian Mehr from Student Support Assistant – Online Student Services to Admissions Contact Coordinator – Admissions, Columbia, Missouri – began 3/20/17
  • Gabrielle Gotangco from Student Support Assistant – Online Student Services to Admissions Contact Coordinator – Admissions, Columbia, Missouri – began 3/20/17
  • Jessica Chavez from Admissions Process Coordinator to Admissions Contact Coordinator, Columbia, Missouri – began 3/20/17

Join the many employees who support our college by making a payroll pledge online or one-time donation, online or by mail. Visit www.ccis.edu/wearecc to get started today.

CC Employee Transitions – February 2017

Posted by on Mar 13, 2017 in Faculty/Staff | 0 comments

CC Employee Transitions – February 2017

9-2-16_collegecolorday_ks_pr_img_7825Outside of our students and alumni, our employees are some of Columbia College’s biggest and best assets. Welcome to these employees who joined the college or changed positions in February.

New Associates

  • Dana McLean, Online Test Proctor, NAS Jacksonville, FL – began 2/10/17
  • Toby Hummel, Web Developer – Technology Services, Columbia, MO – began 2/20/17
  • Kraig Carlson, Computer Support Technician and Building Monitor, Marysville, WA – began 2/21/17
  • Summer Anders, Online Test Proctor, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba – began 2/23/17
  • Tiffany Lehman, Clinical Instructor – Nursing, Columbia, MO – began 2/24/17
  • David Stoddard, Director, Salt Lake, UT – began 2/27/17
  • Erin Hansen, Director of Budget and Finance Analysis – Business Office, Columbia, MO – begins 3/6/17
  • Kelli Fram, Assistant Director, Lake of the Ozarks, MO – begins 3/6/17
  • Deven Connor, Campus Admissions Manager, Jacksonville, FL – begins 3/6/17

Transfers & New Positions:

  • Nicole Gannon from Academic Advisor to Program Coordinator (OAC), Hawaii – began 2/6/17
  • Merlinda Helmick from Enrollment Advisor I to Academic Advisor I, Ft. Stewart, GA – began 2/20/17
  • Suzanne DiCamillo from Program Coordinator to Director, Patrick AFB, FL – began 2/20/17

Join the many employees who support our college by making a payroll pledge online or one-time donation, online or by mail. Visit www.ccis.edu/wearecc to get started today.

CC Employee Transitions – January 2017

Posted by on Feb 6, 2017 in Faculty/Staff | 1 comment

CC Employee Transitions – January 2017

9-2-16_collegecolorday_ks_pr_img_7825Outside of our students, our employees are some of Columbia College’s biggest and best assets. Welcome to these employees who joined the college or changed positions in January.

New Associates

  • Robert Fischer, Math Tutor, Kansas City, MO – 1/5/17
  • Terrance Cobb, Student Support Assistant, Rolla, MO – began 1/9/17
  • Jeffrey Faye, Building Monitor, Crystal Lake, IL – began 1/14/17
  • Melissa Dereberry, English Tutor, Rolla, MO – began 1/16/17
  • Ashley Kirkweg, Student Support Assistant, Jefferson City, MO – began 1/23/17
  • Justin Smith, Lab Assistant/AV Backup – Technology Services, Columbia, MO – began 1/23/17
  • Fatma Ahmouda, Clinical Instructor – Nursing, Columbia, MO – began 1/24/17
  • Ray Moses, Online Test Proctor, Redstone Arsenal, AL – began 1/26/17
  • Jacquelyn Doles, Student Support Assistant, Jacksonville, FL – began 1/30/17
  • Melinda Tibben, Clinical Instructor – Nursing, Columbia, MO – began 1/30/17
  • Melinda Grant, English Tutor, Kansas City, MO – began 1/30/17
  • Alisa Massie, Student Support Assistant, Kansas City, MO – began 1/30/17
  • Jean Lueders, Building Monitor, Redstone Arsenal, AL – began 2/2/17

Transfers & New Positions:

  • Bryan Logie from Senior Academic Advisor I to Assistant Director, Ft. Stewart, GA – began 1/9/17
  • Regan Albertson from Administrative Assistant – Office of Institutional Effectiveness/Education Department to Administrative Assistant – Campus Support in Adult Higher Education Administration, Columbia, MO – began 1/23/17
  • William Kateman from Lab Assistant/AV Backup – Technology Services to Groundskeeper – Plant and Facilities, Columbia, MO – began 1/23/17
  • Mary Kerlin from Student Support Assistant to Enrollment Advisor I, Jacksonville, FL – began 1/23/17
  • Donna Markovich from Payment Manager to Manager of Billing and Tuition Assistance – Business Office, Columbia, MO – began 1/23/17
  • Lindsay Zeiter from Online Program Specialist to Online Program Coordinator – Online Education, Columbia, MO – begins 2/6/17

Join the many employees who support our college by making a payroll pledge online or one-time donation, online or by mail. Visit www.ccis.edu/wearecc to get started today.

Readers vote eSports cover ‘Best of 2016’ for Columbia Business Times

Posted by on Feb 2, 2017 in Faculty/Staff, Students | 0 comments

Readers vote eSports cover ‘Best of 2016’ for Columbia Business Times

The Columbia Business Times cover featuring Columbia College President Scott Dalrymple in the Game Hut — the home of the school’s new eSports team — won “Best Cover of 2016” in a poll of the magazine’s readers.

The cover of the November issue of the Columbia Business Times.

The November issue of the Columbia Business Times followed an “Innovation” theme and featured an in-depth story on the Columbia College eSports program, complete with action shots of the players in the Game Hut. Dalrymple graced the cover, flanked by computer monitors and the distinctive ceiling lighting panels that give the Game Hut its character.

Readers could vote for the “Best Cover of 2016” among all 12 of the Columbia Business Times covers from the past year. The poll began Dec. 15, 2016, and ended Jan. 31, with the magazine announcing the winner via Twitter on Feb. 2.

There is already a considerable amount of buzz surrounding the team at Columbia College, which became the fifth school in the country to offer scholarships for eSports.

The Cougars advanced to the next round of the uLOL (University League of Legends) Campus Series Tournament with a 5-0 record and will compete for a $15,000 prize at the 2017 Wichita (Kansas) eSports Convention starting Feb. 3.

Columbia College is also welcoming in some of the top eSports teams in the nation for the inaugural Midwest Campus Clash and Gaming Expo in the Southwell Complex on April 8.

David Hardy joins Columbia College Board of Trustees

Posted by on Jan 31, 2017 in Faculty/Staff | 0 comments

David Hardy joins Columbia College Board of Trustees

Columbia College Board of Trustees Chair Web Bixby ’82 recently announced the appointment of David Hardy, superintendent of academics for St. Louis Public Schools, to the board. Hardy’s first meeting as a board member took place on Friday.

“We are confident that David will be an excellent addition to the board and we are pleased to have him join our college community.” Bixby said. “His diverse experience in the areas of primary and secondary education and the insight he has gained will be of great value to the board.”

Hardy has more than a decade of experience in teaching and administration, as well as in the realms of educational leadership and curriculum and professional development.

Hardy is the leader of the St. Louis Public School district’s academic vision, along with the driver for the overall direction of the district as determined by the superintendent. He is responsible for leading 75 school facilities in an effort to improve academic and behavioral outcomes at each site. He also provides leadership to those directly responsible for the support of those schools, as well as twelve additional district offices with the main task of helping these schools achieve stronger academic outcomes for all children.

“It’s an absolute honor to become a member of this board with such esteemed colleagues who care so deeply about Columbia College, higher education and really making sure that our young people have a future that they can depend on because of the education they receive,” Hardy said. “I really hope to add to the conversation of what is the next step for Columbia College, provide some insight on innovation and give some perspective on K-12 education.”

Before coming to St. Louis, Hardy served as the chief of academic support for the School District of Philadelphia. An alumnus of Teach for America, Hardy has also served as the executive director of regional achievement for the New Jersey Department of Education and was the founding principal of Achievement First East New York Middle School in the Brooklyn borough of New York City.

Hardy earned his Bachelor of Science in Economics from Colgate University in Hamilton, New York. He went on to earn a Master of Science in Education Administration from St. Thomas University (Miami Gardens, Florida) and a master’s degree in Urban Education Leadership from the Teachers College, Columbia University (New York City). His doctorate in Urban Education Leadership from the Teachers College, Columbia University will be confirmed by the end of 2017.

Making learning seem easy

Posted by on Jan 30, 2017 in Faculty/Staff, Kansas City | 0 comments

Making learning seem easy

By Maria Haynie

“Eclectic multimedia” is how Columbia College instructor Jon Weimer describes his teaching style.

Eclectic may also define his collection of diplomas: a doctorate in engineering psychology from Texas Tech University, a B.S. in psychology from St. Vincent College and current enrollment in a dual Masters in Jewish Studies/Masters in Jewish Education at Hebrew College.

“I wear half a dozen different hats, but I think the common thread is communicating difficult subjects in the simplest possible terms,” says Weimer.

This clear style of communication is the foundation of this Kansas City-based instructor’s philosophy for teaching. Over ten years in the classroom has convinced Weimer that the “teacher as translator” approach is the best for his students.

“The best teachers, in my experience, are those who can take complex principles and ideas and translate them into everyday language and examples,” says Weimer. “This makes the learning process seem effortless and removes a large portion of the intimidation factor.”

This is helpful for introductory-level students in all of the subjects he teaches. In addition to Introductory Psychology (PSYC-101), Introduction to Computer Science and Information Systems (CISS-170), and Statistics for the Behavioral and Natural Sciences (PSY-324/BIOL-324) at Columbia College, he also teaches courses in business statistics and quantitative analysis for Avila University.

“I lecture to hit the high points,” Weimer explained about his teaching method. “Then I use a mixture of video and hands-on exercises to give students a variety of different windows into the material.”

After teaching for “every adult education institution under the sun,” Weimer appreciates the enthusiasm CC students have for improving themselves and their situations through education.

“They seem to ‘get’ that learning is a life-long process that leads to the betterment of their lives, rather than just a post-graduation bump in their paycheck,” Weimer said.

Applying his gift for explanation in a different way, Weimer also works as a contract technical writer at Ericsson, a telecommunications company. His hobby is playing the video game “Fallout 4” when he’s not busy teaching, writing or studying comparative religion.

Driven to Succeed: Competitiveness drives faculty member Shawn Lueders ’93

Posted by on Jan 27, 2017 in Faculty/Staff, Featured Story, Redstone Arsenal | 0 comments

Driven to Succeed: Competitiveness drives faculty member Shawn Lueders ’93

This feature was published in the latest edition of Affinity Magazine! Click here to check out the magazine in its entirety. 

Columbia College-Redstone Arsenal adjunct instructor Shawn Lueders.
(Photo by Ernest Reese)

When Shawn Lueders ’93 feels like he’s struggling, he draws inspiration from the people around him.

That has helped motivate him through a higher education path that started with a Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration from Columbia College-Fort Leonard Wood in 1993 and has continued on through four master’s degrees and the Ph.D. in Project Management the 52-year-old Lueders is only a dissertation away from achieving.

It certainly helped push him throughout a 26-year career in the U.S. Army that included four years’ worth of deployments to Iraq and culminated in the rank of Chief Warrant Officer Four in the maintenance and logistics field.

“I always look around at people sitting next to me or behind me and I’ll think, ‘Heck, if they’re doing it, I know darn well I can do it,’” Lueders says. “It’s just like doing physical training in the Army. We’re out running and I’m just not feeling good and I just want to fall out of this run and start walking, but then I’ll look next to me and there’d be a 50-year-old sergeant major running next to me and I was like, ‘There’s no way I’m dropping out.’”

Lueders channels that passion into his role as an adjunct professor at Columbia College-Redstone Arsenal, where he has taught courses on information technology and business information systems for the past four years.

He moves seamlessly between the roles of student and teacher, beginning his time as an educator with a stint as an adjunct professor at Tarleton State University in Stephenville, Texas, from 2000-08 that started shortly after he received his Master of Science in Computer Information Systems from the school.

Lueders has also served as an adjunct faculty member, from 2009-11, at the University of Maryland-College Park — where he received a Master of Arts in Business Administration — and Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in Daytona Beach, Florida, where he earned master’s degrees in Systems Engineering and Project Management.

Even though he’s the educator, he never stops looking for ways to be educated.

“I honestly learn more as a teacher than I did as a student,” Lueders said.

Columbia College helped put him on track to becoming both.

Lueders says he was not a great student in high school but, once he started taking classes at Fort Leonard Wood, he didn’t give himself any other choice but to buckle down.

“The importance of maintaining a good GPA and also being in the military and using tuition assistance, if I failed, I had to pay (the military) back for the class and definitely didn’t want to do that,” Lueders says. “The main thing is that it helped me realize the amount of effort was not that much different to change a ‘C’ to a ‘B’ and a ‘B’ to an ‘A.’”

Lueders used that competitive drive to maintain high grades in school while he earned consistent promotions in the Army.

His time in the armed forces also allowed him to see the world, traveling to locales such as Germany, Korea and Thailand — home to his favorite type of cuisine — as well as living in Afghanistan and Kuwait as a civilian.

He uses himself as an example to help push his students to greater heights.

“The most inspiring thing for me as a teacher is to see how some of these students evolve and develop,” Lueders says.

Even if he doesn’t exactly conform to the profile of a typical academic. He’s a classic rock fan
who saw Rush live in concert in Germany in 1989. He restores vintage cars as a hobby and has been driving a 1970 Camaro since he salvaged it 24 years ago.

“I do all my own work on my cars, changing oil, alternators, batteries, brakes, whatever it takes,” Lueders says. “A lot of people are surprised. I don’t know why, because that’s what I did in the military.”

So if you’re a Redstone Arsenal student who happens to spy an oil-covered man tinkering with a classic car on the base, make sure and be civil to him. He may very well be your Management 393 professor next session.

“They see someone who is finishing a doctorate crawling underneath a car changing out CV joints,” Lueders says. “It’s just something I enjoy.”

We are Columbia College!

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We are Columbia College!

This feature was published in the latest edition of Affinity Magazine! Click here to check out the magazine in its entirety. 

Columbia College is committed to providing an environment that encourages inclusion and equity for every student and employee. That goes for all races, ages, religions, gender identities and sexual orientations, in all of our venues.

The Columbia College Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Committee
(Photo by Kaci Smart)

To that end, and to ensure that the college is doing everything it can to maintain a welcoming community for all, President Scott Dalrymple created the Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Committee in the spring of 2016.

This group of 12 representatives from three different locations was chosen by a panel of the president’s Administrative Council to enact and oversee diversity initiatives for the college.

Keith McIver, director of Development and chair of the committee, says that the group has already identified and assigned four sub-committees to tackle different parts of the diversity, equity and inclusion picture.

There’s the assessment sub-committee, chaired by James Smith, director of Adult Higher Education Campus Admissions; training, chaired by Dr. Teresa VanDover, associate professor of Education; programs, chaired by Kandace Anthony, assistant director at Columbia College- St. Louis; and policy, chaired by Alisa Buck, director of project management for Technology Services.

“We want to ensure that throughout the institution, we are committed to these values and principles,” McIver says. “I’m happy that this committee was formed not as a reaction. I think it’s good we are proactively engaging our community and volunteers.”

The Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Committee works to maintain a place for open discourse at Columbia College, support activities that promote diversity and inclusion, coordinate efforts with campus departments and conceive of ways the school can fulfill its vision as an accommodating learning, teaching and working environment.

“I’d like to see, and we’ll work with other stakeholders for, diversity in our faculty representation,” McIver says. “It’s my hope that we are able to increase diversity as it is recognized throughout the college, in all areas.

“It is a hot topic across the nation, but it’s good work. We’re all committed. Let’s go. It will take more learning, talking and engaging across the spectrum.”

Jamie Davis presented Bob Berger Newcomer Award for financial aid professionals

Posted by on Jan 10, 2017 in Faculty/Staff | 1 comment

Jamie Davis presented Bob Berger Newcomer Award for financial aid professionals

Photo by Kylie McDowell

Jamie Davis, senior manager of Financial Aid at Columbia College, was recently honored with the prestigious Bob Berger Newcomer Award presented by the Missouri Association of Financial Aid Professionals (MASFAP). The award recognizes the outstanding contributions of an individual new to the financial aid profession, with less than five years of experience in the field. It is presented in honor of the late Bob Berger, former director of Student Financial Aid at Missouri Western State University.

         

“Jamie is an extremely valuable member of the Columbia College financial aid office,” Robin Elkthunder, assistant director of Financial Aid for the college noted in her nomination of Davis. “She is a wonderful asset to the college, to all the students she’s helped and definitely to MASFAP. Jamie consistently strives to be an excellent leader and she works diligently to ensure her staff are learning federal, state and institutional policies along with professional development.”

        

Davis, who will serve as the vice president of the MASFAP in 2017, is the first Columbia College employee to receive the award in its 15-year history. She joined the Financial Aid team in 2011.  In her role as senior manager, Davis was charged with developing and evaluating staff performance and providing initial and continuous training for staff and peers. Davis also assists with applying federal, state and institutional aid to award students under Title IV regulations, works to initiate changes in policies and procedures and is responsible for maintaining relationships with main campus, online and nationwide students.

‘“This is a tremendous honor and I am very proud to have the opportunity to work with our students and staff on a daily basis.” Davis said. “Individuals in our profession work to make a difference in students’ lives and hope to continue the legacy of Mr. Berger, who was a true pioneer in our field.” 

Prior to joining Columbia College, Davis served as medical student coordinator at the University of Missouri, working with students in community-based physician’s offices throughout the state for the offsite component of the Family Medicine Clerkship. She earned a bachelor’s degree in Agricultural Business from the University of Missouri in 2004 and then received her master’s in Business Administration in Health Management in 2011 from William Woods University.

CC Employee Transitions – December 2016

Posted by on Jan 9, 2017 in Faculty/Staff | 0 comments

CC Employee Transitions – December 2016

9-2-16_collegecolorday_ks_pr_img_7825Outside of our students, our employees are some of Columbia College’s biggest and best assets. Welcome to these employees who joined the college or changed positions in December.

New Associates

  • Aaron Jackson, Building Monitor, St. Louis, MO – began 12/13/16
  • Paulette De Clue, Online Test Proctor, Ft. Leonard Wood, MO – began 12/14/16
  • Billie Westfall-Elliot, Test Proctor, Ft. Drum, NY – began 12/14/16
  • Patricia Rough, Program Coordinator, Chico, CA – began 12/15/16
  • Amy LeGrande, Student Support Assistant, Rolla, MO – began 12/27/16
  • Sara Bates, Student Support Assistant, Redstone Arsenal, AL – began 12/19/16
  • Juliet Wingate, Building Monitor, Jefferson City, MO – began 1/2/17
  • Ethan Aragon, Building Monitor, Jefferson City, MO – began 1/2/17
  • Bailey Crosswhite, Records Coordinator – Office of the Registrar, Columbia, MO – began 1/2/17
  • Mitch Gosney, Development Officer – Development, Columbia, MO – began 1/2/17
  • Kenzie Staloch, Donor Relations Officer – Development, Columbia, MO – began 1/2/17
  • Matt bear, Development Officer – Development, Columbia, MO – began 1/2/17
  • Lisa Woods, Student Support Assistant, Lake Ozark, MO – begins 1/3/17
  • Ashley Chandler, Student Support Assistant, Evening Campus – begins 1/9/17
  • Charlie Mackey, Campus Admissions Manager, Kansas City, MO – begins 1/9/17
  • Jessica Moorman, Assistant Director, Programs & Partnerships, Columbia, MO – begins 1/23/17

Transfers & New Positions:

  • Kacie Naros from Student Support Assistant to Process Coordinator, Jefferson City, MO – began 12/2/16
  • Rachel Smith from Senior Student Success Advisor to Process Coordinator – Student Success, Columbia, MO – began 12/12/16
  • Kerry Layman from Student Support Assistant to Process Coordinator – Evening Campus, Columbia, MO – began 12/12/16
  • Kayla Luebbert from Administrative Assistant – Student Support to Process Coordinator – Adult Higher Education, Columbia, MO – began 12/12/16

Join the many employees who support our college by making a payroll pledge online or one-time donation, online or by mail. Visit www.ccis.edu/wearecc to get started today.