Meet the ECMC Foundation Fellows
ECMC Foundation Fellows (fellows) of the CTE Leadership Collaborative (LC) are dedicated to improving postsecondary career and technical education (CTE). Fellows participate in programs run by ECMC Foundation grantees who are selected from a competitive RFP process.
Through this initiative, grantees convene and equip fellows with the tools, resources and skills needed to advance the field. Both LC grantees and fellows commit to sharing their knowledge, lessons learned and research, ensuring the knowledge and lessons learned from the LC have the potential to be far-reaching and impact the CTE field more broadly.
You can learn more about the current fellows below or read summaries of the grants made as part of the LC by visiting the Funded Programs page on our website. Follow the fellows using #ECMCFFellows on Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn; and read articles written by the fellows on ECMC Foundation’s InformED blog.
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- The CTE Research Program At North Carolina State University (NCSU)
- Postsecondary Leadership Success Program at ACTE
Program Coordinator of College Readiness/Partnerships
University of the District of Columbia Community College
Oklahoma Public Health Training Center Workforce Developer
University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center
Assistant Professor/Chair of the Electrical, Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering Technology Programs
SUNY Broome Community College
Director of Academic Outreach, Innovative Learning
Bossier Parish Community College
Assistant Superintendent & Director of Curriculum, Instruction and Adult Education
Buckeye Career Center
Manager of Admissions, Recruitment, Concurrent Enrollment and Testing
Emily Griffith Technical College