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McIntyre Named President at STLCC-Wildwood

January 25, 2008

Pam McIntyre
Pam McIntyre
The St. Louis Community College Board of Trustees at its Jan. 17 meeting appointed Pam McIntyre as the first president of the college’s new campus in Wildwood.  McIntyre had been serving as Wildwood’s acting president since February 2007.

 

"Pam was involved in virtually every step of the process of opening the Wildwood campus -- developing the vision, determining programming, marketing the campus to the public and eventually greeting the first class of students when the doors opened in August," said Robert Nelson, chair of the STLCC Board of Trustees. "Based on her years of experience as a senior-level executive with the college, her knowledge of the district’s academic programs and services, and her understanding of the needs of area residents, we are confident that Pam will work with the board, faculty, staff and students to continue the outstanding work done on this new campus and position it to meet the future needs of the community." 

 

Said Chancellor Zelema Harris: "Since joining St. Louis Community College, I have found that Pam is a great leader, and am very proud to have her remain with us as president of Wildwood."

 

McIntrye has been an STLCC employee for 22 years.  Prior to her appointment at Wildwood, McIntyre served as dean of continuing education and special projects at STLCC-Meramec. As she had done for the Wildwood project, McIntyre also served on the steering committee that led the planning efforts and eventual opening of the South County Education and University Center in 2003.

 

McIntyre spent the first nine months of her employment with STLCC as director of the South County Education Center before moving to continuing education as acting dean and shortly thereafter as dean.

 

McIntrye has a master’s degree in education from St. Mary’s College.  Her bachelor’s degree in biology is from Mundelein College (Chicago, Ill.).