WTC Administrative Officers
President – Dr. Patricia A. Lee
The President is responsible for the total program of the institution, including instruction, personnel, plant and facilities, student affairs, fiscal management and budget. His/Her role is that of the educational leader as well as the institutional chief executive officer.
Vice President for Academic and Student Affairs – Dr. Clifton R. Elliott
The Vice President for Academic and Student Affairs serves as the chief instructional officer at the College. He/She has responsibility for the administration of the instructional programs that lead to degrees, diplomas, and certificates. Responsibilities include: planning, scheduling, implementing, and evaluating all academic college courses. The VP is also responsible for overseeing the library, serving as the liaison between the College and senior colleges, preparing the academic calendar and assisting in the preparation and administration of the budget for the Instruction division.
Vice President for Finance and Administration – Melissa A. Coker
The function of the Vice President for Business Affairs is to carry out the administrative fiscal requirements of the College. This includes the preparation and administration of the annual budget which is derived from a variety of fund sources. Responsibilities also include purchasing; inventory control; and proper maintenance of buildings, grounds and equipment.
Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs – Interim- Dr. Gayle Tremble
The Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs is responsible for the evaluation, development, coordination, and management of programs to support the academic affairs divisions of the college. Responsibilities include coordination to secure, monitor, and develop faculty and adjunct faculty. This position also coordinates all aspects of the dual enrollment program fro the college, ensuring effective management.
Associate Vice President for Student Affairs – Dr. Alexis DuBose
The Vice President for Student Affairs is responsible for the development and maintenance of a comprehensive student services program which is dedicated to the premise that students are the primary priority of the College. Responsibilities include: student records, advisement to the Student Government Association, counseling services, job placement, career planning, student activities, admissions, financial aid, and disciplinary actions. The VP is also responsible for the supervision of the Educational Talent Search, and Upward Bound programs.
The Associate Vice President for Institutional Advancement is responsible for developing and directing institutional research, data management, planning evaluation, assessments and program reviews. This position manages a comprehensive institutional effectiveness program, strategic and annual planning components, student outcomes assessment, program review (academic and non-academic) and systems to evaluate effectiveness and continuous improvement. This position supervises and manages the preparation and distribution of reports to meet local, state, regional and national requirements and directives, and ensures SACS compliance. Additionally, this individual has oversight of the College’s Public Information Office and Management Information System departments.
Associate Vice President for Facilities – Tyrone Thomas
The Associate Vice President for Facilities is responsible for planning, budgeting, and managing all duties relative to building, grounds, janitorial, logistical, fleet services, and construction for the College. To include carpentry, plumbing, electrical, HVAC, inventory control, inventory reconciliation, hazardous waste, employee safety, fire safety, security, emergency management, OSHA recording, floor care, landscaping, general cleaning, renovations, new construction and any administrative duties associated with facility management.
Public Information Director – Martha Burrows
The duties of the Public Information Director include: building and maintaining a productive fundraising program to enhance the facilities and opportunities of the College; serving as the liaison between the College and the Williamsburg Technical College Foundation board; planning events and conducting mailings to develop and maintain working relationships with alumni, friends and donors of the College; and performing duties as necessary to ensure that the public is kept aware of the activities of the College.
Human Resources Manager – Jennifer Strong
The Human Resources Manager is responsible for the comprehensive HR functions of the College; leads and provides expertise in all functions of a human resources department including recruitment, compensation, benefits, training, employee relations, and professional development; ensures that all policies are in compliance with appropriate state and federal laws. Duties include formulating, organizing, planning, implementing and coordinating policies and procedures for the human resources department, and recommending policies and practices to senior management.