One of the nation’s rising community college leaders is closer than you know. Northeast Wisconsin Technical College announced that the Aspen Institute College Excellence Program named Dr. Kathryn Rogalski, NWTC’s vice president of learning, as one of forty leaders to be a part of this year’s Aspen Rising Presidents Fellowship. Current and former community college presidents will mentor those selected for the 10-month fellowship that starts in November. They’ll be taught strategies to improve student outcomes post-college, lead internal change, and create strong external partnerships. The program is geared toward aspiring community college leaders.
The fellowship has seen 67 alumni become community college presidents. Rogalski said that it’s an honor to be among the cohort of exceptional leaders across the nation and also thanked NWTC for their support.