SANFORD — Central Carolina Community College has promoted two administrators to and hired a former administrator for a new position. All three bring years of experience and familiarity with the college to their positions.
Dr. Lisa Chapman
Dr. Lisa Chapman, of Sanford, is the college’s new Vice President of Instruction. She has served as Dean of University Transfer, Health Sciences and Developmental Studies since 2000.
Chapman was a biologist for the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences before going into education. She started her career in education in 1987 as a biology instructor at Central Carolina C.C. In 1996, she became Chair of the Math and Science Department, where she served until she became dean.
She has a Doctor of Education in Curriculum and Instruction from the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, a M.S. in Physiology from East Tennessee State University, and a B.S. in Zoology from UNC-Chapel Hill.
Chapman has presented a number of workshops at colleges in North Carolina on program and student performance assessment. She serves in a number of professional organizations, including the N.C. Association of Community College Instructional Administrators and the N.C. College Transfer Program Association Executive Board. She is also active in the community, currently serving on the Lee County JobReady Partnership Council and the Wyeth Vaccines Institutional Biosafety Committee.
“It is with great respect for and pride in the accomplishments of the college that I assume the responsibilities of Vice President of Instruction,” Chapman said. “The faculty and staff understand the mission of the community college system and are dedicated to meeting the needs of our community and our students. I have been blessed to enjoy a long tenure with the college, and I appreciate the achievements and talents of the faculty, staff, and administrators who have placed CCCC in its current position. Just as exciting is the direction the college, under Dr. Bud Marchant’s leadership, will take to continue to lead North Carolina in its educational progress.”
Kenneth Hoyle Jr.
Kenneth Hoyle Jr., a native of Sanford, has been promoted from Dean of Students to Vice President of Student Services.
Hoyle has a Masters in Public Administration from N.C. State University, where he was a member of Phi Kappa Phi and Pi Alpha Alpha honorary societies. He earned a bachelor’s degree at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, then majored in Accounting and Business at Central Carolina C.C. He has also completed the N.C. Community College Leadership Program and the Sanford Chamber of Commerce’s Leadership Program.
In 1991, he began working for Central Carolina C.C.’s Continuing Ed Department as a literacy counselor with the ABE/GED/AHS programs. In 1995, he became the admissions counselor for the veterinary medical technology and business programs. From 2000-2004, he served as the college’s registrar in Student Services. He served as Dean of Students from 2004-2008.
“I am deeply honored to have been considered and chosen as the Vice President of Student Services,” Hoyle said. “My entire career has been working with student services functions, and it’s exciting to see how today’s available technology will allow us to ease student accessibility to these functions. It’s just an exciting time to be in the student services arena and at the college under Dr. Marchant’s leadership.
Stelfanie Williams, of Sanford, is the college’s new Dean of Continuing Education. Prior to assuming this position, she served as Dean of Continuing Education at Sandhills Community College. Before going to Sandhills, she was Central Carolina’s Director of Continuing Education in Chatham County, 2006-07.
Williams will receive her Doctorate (all but dissertation completed) in Adult and Higher Education from N.C. State University. She has bachelor’s degrees in Public Policy and Spanish from Duke University, and an M.B.A. in Project Management from Western Carolina University.
“I look forward to advancing the economic and community development of our service area through the college's many Continuing Education programs,” she said.