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STLCC Acting Vice Chancellor to Attend Executive Leadership Institute

September 19, 2008

Donna Dare  
Donna Dare

Donna Dare, acting vice chancellor for education at St. Louis Community College, has been selected to attend the League for Innovation in the Community College’s 21st Executive Leadership Institute slated Dec. 7-12 in Tempe, Ariz.

 

A national panel selected participants from a pool of applicants holding senior-level positions of leadership in community colleges throughout North America.

 

Dare was appointed to her present position in May. She joined the college in 2005 as the district's director of career and technical education. Dare has eight years of experience as a college administrator, including three years as dean of communications, education, humanities and fine arts at Richland Community College. She also has taught at Richland, Southern Illinois University-Carbondale and Millikin University.

 

The institute provides an opportunity for potential community college presidents or those in transition to review their abilities and interests, to refine their skills, and to participate in discussions with a variety of nationally and internationally recognized community college leaders. These include community college chief executive officers, experts in leadership development, community college trustees, presidential search consultants, members of the league board of directors and other prominent figures.

 

The League for Innovation in the Community College is an international association dedicated to catalyzing the community college movement. The league hosts conferences and institutes, develops Web resources, conducts research, produces publications, provides services, and leads projects and initiatives with member colleges, corporate partners and other agencies in a continuing effort to make a positive difference for students and communities.