Brown is new WCTC president


A vice chancellor of a community college in Michigan has been named as the fourth president of Waukesha County Technical College.
The educator, Carol Brown, will take the position July 1, replacing the retiring Richard T. Anderson who has served as president for the last 29 years.
“Carol brings to us a proven track record of solid administrative experience with a two-year college setting and a strong commitment of collaboration within the college environment and the surrounding community,” said WCTC Board chairperson Joan Jenstead.
Brown is currently vice chancellor of Academic and Student Affairs at Oakland Community College in Bloomfield Hills, Mich., where she is responsible for providing direction of instructional programing and student services for a four-campus college which serves more than 60,000 students with an annual budget of $120 million.
The WCTC Board began its nationwide search for a new president for WCTC in September 2001. With the assistance of national recruitment firm Isaacson Miller, the board conducted a national search which included obtaining more than 50 candidates.
June 7, 2002 Small Business Times, Milwaukee

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