Six members of the Arkansas Tech University community have volunteered and been selected to serve as facilitators for the fourth cohort of Leadership Tech.
Dr. Mary B. Gunter, chief of staff and chair of the Leadership Tech governing council, led the new facilitators through an orientation at the Center for Leadership and Learning on Tuesday, July 16.
The Leadership Tech cohort four facilitators (photographed, from left-to-right) are:
- Brent Etzel, director of library, Ross Pendergraft Library and Technology Center
- Dr. Gina Kraft, assistant professor of health and physical education, College of Education
- Dr. Justin Killingsworth, associate professor of agricultural education, College of Engineering and Applied Sciences
- David Spicer, public safety officer, ATU-Ozark Campus
- Shelley Culwell, administrative specialist, Arkansas Tech Career Center
- Dr. Shellie Hanna, associate professor of curriculum and instruction and interim department head, College of Education
The mission of Leadership Tech is “to develop and enhance the leadership knowledge, skills and abilities of all individuals as well as the collective leadership capacity of the university in order to achieve unparalleled excellence in serving our students, community supporters and institutional family.”
The program’s fourth cohort convened for an orientation in spring 2019 and will begin its program in earnest this fall.