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Subdistrict 4 Candidate -- Philip D. Carlock

Philip D. Carlock
Philip D. Carlock
Philip D. Carlock of Fenton is a retired dean of learning services at Southwestern Illinois College.

 

Carlock, 67, held the position at SWIC for six years.  Carlock also served in a variety of administrative positions in 31 years at St. Louis Community College-Forest Park, including a one-year appointment as interim campus president.  He retired in 1996 and took the post of executive director of the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America’s St. Louis chapter.  He also served two years as executive director/chief executive officer of the Combined Health Appeal of Missouri d/b/a Greater St. Louis. 

 

"I want to ensure that St. Louis Community College’s programs and services remain accessible and affordable for all students," Carlock said.  "At the same time, we must also continue to demonstrate to taxpayers that the funds received support programs and services that meet the changing needs of the community."

 

Carlock was elected to two terms (1980-86) on the Lindbergh School Board, and also was interviewed and appointed to fill a mid-term vacancy (1998-99) on the board.  He currently serves on the Rockwood School District’s Human Resources Task Force Committee for Long-Range Planning, and has served on the district’s Point Rockwood Strategic Planning Committee.  He has served as an officer on numerous boards, including the American Diabetes Association’s St. Louis chapter and Missouri affiliate, the American Parkinson Disease Association, the Greater St. Louis chapter of the Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis Association, the Wesley Foundation of Greater St. Louis and the Affton-Lindbergh Early Childhood Education Foundation.

 

Carlock has served as an accreditation site visitor in the allied health fields, participating in more than 115 on-site visits to community colleges, hospitals and university programs throughout the United States.

 

Carlock has earned several awards for community and educational service, including the St. Louis Community College Distinguished Volunteer Service Award, the STLCC Outstanding Employee Award, the St. Louis Region’s Diabetes Volunteer of the Year, co-recipient of the Forest Park 1996 Innovation of the Year Award and the V.C. McCluer Educator Award.  He also received a Missouri State Resolution from both the House of Representatives and Senate for his community service leadership.

 

Carlock has an education specialist degree in administration from Southern Illinois University-Edwardsville, as well as master’s degrees in management and administration from Webster University and Eastern Illinois University, respectively. His bachelor’s degree in business is from Eastern Illinois University.

 

He and his wife, Janet, have two grown daughters and three grandchildren.