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2018 September 5 - 09:47 am

Professional Notes

Higher-Ed Leaders Who Have Been Recently Appointed or Promoted


Cleveland State Community College (Tennessee) recently appointed Alisha Fox as Vice President for Finance and Operations. Prior to accepting this position, Fox served as the Interim Vice President for Finance and Operations, as well as a number of other roles at CSCC including Assistant Vice President for Finance and Operations, Interim Director of Fiscal Services, Director of Procurement, Disbursement and Contract Services and the Director of Purchasing and Contracts. Fox received her Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, her Master of Public Administration from Valdosta State University and is currently pursuing a Doctorate of Public Administration at Valdosta State with a concentration in Community College Leadership through East Tennessee State University.


Rancho Santiago Community College District (California) has announced Jeffrey N. Lamb as its new vice president of academic affairs at Santa Ana College. Lamb will be responsible for all aspects of academic programs and instructional support services in the college’s service area, as well as professional development, class scheduling, college catalogues, university articulation, instructional budget, allocation of instructional services and library services. Most recently, Lamb was the vice president of instruction at Merritt College where he supervised all programs, services and activities related to instruction, served as the college’s accreditation liaison officer and supervised faculty, staff and assigned administrator hiring, orientation and evaluation. Lamb holds a doctorate in contemporary Latin American literature from the University of California, Los Angeles, a master’s in Latin American literature from California State University, San Diego, and a bachelor’s in Spanish from California State University, Long.


Michelle Campbell has been named vice president for institutional advancement at Middlesex County College. She oversees Continuing Education, Marketing Communications, the MCC Foundation, Alumni Engagement, Grants Development, Institutional Research, and Advancement Services. Ms. Campbell comes to MCC from Renton Technical College (RTC) in Washington State, where she was executive director of institutional advancement after being promoted from the director of grants development. She has served in progressive leadership positions in education and the nonprofit sector, both nationally and internationally. Ms. Campbell holds a Bachelor of Arts from Minnesota State University, a Master’s Degree from the University of Waikato, and she anticipates receiving her Doctorate in Higher Education Administration from Northeastern University in 2019.


Rancho Santiago Community College District (California) announced Vaniethia Hubbard as the Santa Ana College’s new vice president of student services. Hubbard will be responsible for the overall planning, coordination and evaluation of all student services and programs. She will lead and supervise all administrators on the Student Services team. Hubbard holds a doctorate in education from California State University, Fullerton, a master’s degree in social work from Clark Atlanta University and a B.A. in psychology from CSUF.


Cleveland State Community College recently selected Jennifer Bledsoe as the Chief of Campus Police. Prior to accepting this position, Bledsoe served as a POST Certified Police Officer for 18 years. She was a patrol officer with the University of Tennessee and was assigned to criminal investigations as a detective for over ten years. Most recently, she worked in the Madisonville Office of Probation and Parole as a parole officer. Bledsoe received her Bachelor of Science degree in Sociology / Criminal Justice from the University of Tennessee and is currently working on her Master’s in Emergency Management and Homeland Security from American Military University.

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