CGTC – Office of Institutional Effectiveness
Building A, Third Floor
3300 Macon Tech Drive
Macon, GA 31206
INSTITUTIONAL EFFECTIVENESS STAFF
Vice President for Institutional Effectiveness
The Vice President of Institutional Effectiveness (VPIE) provides direction and oversight for contract and grants management, institutional and programmatic assessment and planning, institutional research and strategic planning initiatives. The VPIE serves as the college’s liaison to accreditation agencies. The VPIE oversees a comprehensive program of institutional research designed to support the mission of the college, to inform management decision-making, and to meet reporting requirements as mandated by state, federal, and other external agencies or as needed by stakeholders. Ms. Burks holds a M.Ed. from Capella University.
Executive Director for Institutional Effectiveness
The Executive Director for Institutional Effectiveness is responsible for institution-wide grants management, institutional and programmatic accreditation, assessment and planning, and to provide professional development activities in support of institutional effectiveness and operational planning; conduct web-based and traditional internal and external survey administration, compilation, and production of effectiveness and evaluation reports as requested by internal and external stakeholders; and provides supervision for student support initiatives. Ms. Quinn holds an MA from Arizona State.
Professional Development/Special Projects Director
The Professional Development/Special Projects Director is responsible for working with faculty and staff in an effort to improve their efficiency and productivity through self-development opportunities. Provides faculty and leadership development training as best practices and policies evolve in postsecondary education. Responsible for coordinating special projects such as, internal and external agency student success projects, program reviews, and faculty performance reviews. Mr. Lester holds an M.Ed. from the University of Georgia.
Director for Research and Compliance
The Director for Research and Compliance is responsible for the execution of duties necessary to ensure compliance with local, state, and federal requirements including Institution and programmatic accreditation; also, this position is responsible for performing data review and management in support of grants, special projects including the quality enhancement plan and student progression, internal surveys, and occupational program planning and assessment. Mr. VanLandingham has a Bachelor of Business Administration Degree in Management and is in progress towards a Master of Arts in Industrial and Organizational Psychology from the University of Georgia.
Project Manager, SNAP E&T Career Connections & Transition
IE Grants & Assessment Specialist
TEAMS Outreach Center Associate
Program Specialist for Institutional Effectiveness