Dr. Kelley Todd took office as chair of the Arkansas Tech University-Ozark Campus business technology program at the beginning of the fall 2020 semester.
Todd came to ATU-Ozark from Fort Smith Southside High School, where she served as a business teacher. She has 23 years of teaching experience and was named the 2020 National Business Education Association (NBEA) secondary teacher of the year.
“I consider it an honor to be selected to prepare traditional and non-traditional collegiate students for productive and successful careers and life experiences at ATU-Ozark,” said Todd.
Todd has served as director for Arkansas Future Business Leaders of America, president for the Arkansas Business Education Association and president for the Arkansas Association for Career and Technical Education.
She has also been active in the Southern Business Education Association, the Arkansas Education Association and the Future Business Leaders of America-Phi Beta Lambda professional division.
Todd holds a Doctor of Education degree in human resources and workforce development from the University of Arkansas. She obtained her Bachelor of Science degree in education from the University of Central Arkansas and her Master of Business Administration degree from Webster University.
The ATU-Ozark business technology program prepares students for careers as administrative assistants, accounting clerks, computer operators and office managers.
Visit www.atu.edu/ozark to learn more about academic opportunities at ATU-Ozark Campus.