STLCC selects new leadership for key roles
Monday, November 4, 2019
St. Louis Community College and its Board of Trustees selected new leadership for key roles in workforce solutions, human resources and student affairs.
Tiffany Davis serves as director of workforce and talent development, a role within the College’s Workforce Solutions Group. She is responsible for leading the development of comprehensive workforce training services and talent development strategies to business, labor and community organizations.
Davis joined STLCC in September. Previously, she was the director of staff development and learning solutions for the state of Maryland judicial system. Her 14-year career experience as an organizational psychologist and workforce development professional includes working on behalf of academic institutions and government agencies. She has worked with diverse groups in the public and private sector, as well as underserved populations such as young adults, justice involved individuals, under-employed and unemployed citizens. She volunteers with organizations that assist those who wish to successfully re-enter the workforce.
Davis earned a bachelor’s degree in community studies and civic engagement, and a Master in Public Administration, both from University of Baltimore. She has a master’s degree in industrial and organizational psychology with a specialty in human resources management from Walden University, and is pursuing a doctorate in organizational leadership, learning and innovation from Wilmington University.
Robin Phillips serves as associate vice chancellor of human resources. She is responsible for leading comprehensive functions such as staffing, benefits, health and wellness, training and professional development for employees, compensation and labor relations, employee relations and diversity and inclusion.
Phillips has more than 20 years of career experience in human resources in education, behavioral healthcare and social services.
Prior to joining STLCC, she worked for KIPP St. Louis as director of human resources. She earned a Master of Science in human resources management from Troy State University, a Bachelor of Science in industrial and organizational psychology from Washington University in St. Louis and an associate degree from St. Louis Community College. She is certified as a Professional in Human Resources from both the Society of Human Resources Management and the Human Resources Certification Institute. She received a Master Project Manager certification from American Academy of Project Management.
Phillips began her role at the College in October.
Dr. Christine Davis
Christine Davis, Ed.D., will serve as vice chancellor of student affairs. She will be responsible for student engagement and success, as well as leadership of enrollment management, advising, assessment, campus life, career development and financial aid.
Davis has more than 18 years of experience in higher education at both two-year and four-year colleges and universities.
Currently, Davis is vice provost for student affairs at Florida SouthWestern State College. She earned a doctorate in education in higher education leadership from Nova Southeastern University, a master’s degree in adult and community education, and Bachelor of Arts in sociology and criminal justice from Florida Atlantic University. Her membership in professional organizations includes American Association of Collegiate Registrar’s and Admissions Officers, Association for Student Conduct Administration, National Behavioral Intervention Team Association, National Academic Advising Association and Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education.
Davis will begin her role at the College effective Jan. 6, 2020.