Higher-ed leaders who have been recently appointed or promoted
Carlos L. Lopez has been named vice president of academic affairs at Santa Ana College (Calif.). In this leadership role, Lopez serves as the college’s chief instructional officer. Lopez earned an M.S. in statistics from the University of California, Riverside and a B.A. in applied mathematics from the University of California, San Diego.
He is currently working on completing his Ed.D. in educational leadership through a collaborative program with the University of California, San Diego and California State University, San Marcos.
Cheryl Marshall is
the new chancellor of the North Orange County Community College
District (Calif.). Marshall has served as president of Crafton Hills
College for the past four years. She spent eight years at Mt. San
Antonio College in various positions, including: associate dean of
business & economic development; director of professional &
organizational development; director of the center of excellence; and
interim statewide director for Centers of Excellence. Marshall’s
academic credentials include a doctorate in education from the
University of Southern California, a master of arts in
industrial/organizational psychology from California State University,
San Bernardino, and a bachelor of science in psychology with a minor in
biology, from Memphis State University (now the University of Memphis).
Karen Archambault, executive director of enrollment management at Rowan College at Burlington County, has been elected to the Board of Directors for the National Academic Advising Association. The group promotes academic advising professional development of its membership to ensure the educational development of its students and has over 13,000 members. Archambault holds a doctorate in educational leadership from Rowan University, a master’s in counseling from Trinity Washington University, a master’s in history from Old Dominion University and a bachelor’s in history from Salisbury University.
Steven Meneses has been named director of the San Jose Evergreen Community College Foundation, (Calif.) in charge of fund raising for scholarships, curriculum enhancement, capital improvements and alumni relations. Meneses was formerly the director of the College Foundation and Workforce Development at Klamath Falls Community College. His has a B.A. in communication/public relations and an M.A. in organizational leadership from Gonzaga University and a doctor of management in community college policy from University of Maryland University College.
Tallahassee Community College (Fla.) has named Sheri Rowland as its new vice president for student affairs. Rowland comes to the College from Middle Georgia State University, where she has served in multiple roles since 2012, including vice president for enrollment management. Prior to Middle Georgia State University, Rowland served at TCC in progressive positions from 2004 to 2012, most recently as dean of enrollment management, and at Gulf Coast Community College as director of enrollment services and research. She holds bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Southeast Missouri State University and a doctorate from Florida State University.