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December 19, 2017

 

Northeast Lakeview College News


NLC Employee Participates in Leadership Program

Tara Daugherty, Academic Support Specialist, was selected to participate in the San Antonio Women’s Chamber Transformational Leadership Development Program. The program helps leaders and future leaders in our community identify and develop "transformational" leadership skills and focuses on specific skills and knowledge exemplified by top CEOs in highly successful companies and positions. Participants will be exposed to San Antonio leaders who have excelled in moving their companies forward and who are held in high regard by the San Antonio community for their leadership contributions in and outside the business world. Daugherty is one of two individuals in the Alamo Colleges District participating in this program.


 

NLC Vice President Receives Trusted Leader Award

Dr. Debbie Hamilton, Vice President for Student Success, was recognized at the Alamo Colleges Leadership Academy for Success (ALAS) event.  She received the Trusted Leader Award for inspiring trust in 2017.  The ALAS utilizes the principles of leadership based on Stephen Covey. The group periodically recognizes individuals throughout the district who best exemplify these principles.

 

NLC Speech Professor Recognized

Barbara Mayo, assistant professor of speech, received the Community College Educator of the Year Award from the Texas Speech Communication Association (TSCA). Each district, represented by the TEA Regions, can submit a nominee. The nominees are required to submit a portfolio which includes their contribution to the organization and letters of support from students and colleagues. The nominees were announced at the TSCA luncheon, and she received her award at the President’s Reception.

Vivian Martinez, former NLC student, credited Ms. Mayo’s speech class for helping her master her interview that helped her receive the prestigious Terry Scholarship. Additionally, Lisa Phillips was a 2012 student in Ms. Mayo’s speech class. Phillip’s said “her guidance and teaching helped me to learn effective communication not only in the classroom, but also in everyday situations. I have been able to take what she taught me and connect with others to successfully establish two non-profit organizations and complete my own TEDx Talk” 

Both Phillips and Martinez credit Ms. Mayo for giving them confidence to develop their public speaking skills, which continue to provide them with new opportunities. 

Mayo has held a number of different offices in TSCA including President in 2007-2008. Additionally, Ms. Barbara Mayo has been employed at NLC since 2006 and was one of the institution’s Founding Academic Chairpersons.

  


 



 

 




 
 
 

 

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