Nationally-known faculty members with extensive experience as chancellors, presidents, and senior faculty in the community college movement serve as esteemed professors of practice for the program including:
GEORGE BAKER, Ph.D.
Distinguished Professor Emeritus, North Carolina State University at Raleigh
GEORGE BOGGS, Ph.D.
President and Emeritus, American Association of Community Colleges, and Superintendent/President, Palomar Community College District
MICHAEL BURKE, Ph.D.
Chancellor Emeritus, Riverside Community College District (CA)
TERRY CALAWAY, Ed.D.
President Emeritus of Johnson County Community College (KS)
DON CAMERON, Ed.D.
President Emeritus of Guilford Technical Community College (NC)
LINDA GARCIA, Ph.D.
Executive Director, Center for Community College Student Engagement (CCCSE), The University of Texas at Austin
STEVEN GONZALES, Ed.D.
President, Gateway Community College (AZ)
MARGARETTA B. MATHIS, Ph.D.
Senior Director, John E. Roueche Center for Community College Leadership and Professor of Practice, Department of Educational Leadership, KSU; Senior Lecturer Emerita, The University of Texas at Austin
CHRISTINE McPHAIL, Ed.D.
Founding Director Emerita, Morgan State University CCLP, and President Emerita, Cypress College (CA)
IRVING McPHAIL, Ed.D.
President and CEO Emeritus, National Action Council for Minorities in Engineering, Inc. (NACME), and Chancellor Emeritus, Community College of Baltimore County (MD)
CINDY MILES, Ph.D.
Chancellor, Grossmont-Cuyamaca Community College District (CA)
DONNA JOVANOVICH MONSE, Ph.D.
Director Emerita of Ins
TERRY O'BANION, Ph.D.
Senior Professor of Practice, Department of Educational Leadership, KSU; and President and CEO Emeritus, The League for Innovation in the Community College
GREG PETERSON, Ed.D.
President, Chandler-Gilbert Community College (AZ)
JOHN E. ROUECHE, Ph.D.
Executive Director, John E. Roueche Center for Community College Leadership and Senior Professor of Practice, Department of Educational Leadership, KSU; Sid W. Richardson Chair Emeritus and Director Emeritus, Community College Leadership Program, The University of Texas at Austin
KATHIE SIGLER, Ed.D.
Provost Emerita, Miami-Dade College (FL)
RICHARD A. (RICK) VOORHEES, Ph.D.
Principal, Voorhees Group, and President Emeritus, Association for Institutional Research
CCLP Cohort Coordinators
SARA M. BUTLER, Ph.D.
Professor, Political Science & Global Studies, School of Social Sciences & Arts, College of the Desert (CA)
HARVEY DORRAH, Ph.D.
Interim Provost, Mary Ellen Stempfle University Center, Wayne County Community College District
JaNICE MARSHALL, Ed.D.
Vice President, Access & Community Engagement, Department of Access, Learning & Success Division/Workforce & Community, and Economic Development Division; Cuyahoga Community College (OH)
The instructors aren’t people who just applied for the random job on the internet; they were handpicked because they are the experts in the field. To develop future leaders in community colleges, aspiring leaders must be allowed to learn from the current leaders. This program has given many that opportunity. The face to face classes were great; they taught individuals to speak up and be heard.
– Tynisha McGee, Wayne County Community College District (MI)
Those of us serving community college students know why we’re here. We believe that all people should have an opportunity to improve their lives through education. The leaders of the Roueche graduate program understand and infectiously share that same passion. The program introduces us to amazing faculty and guest speakers who share the lessons learned, ideas born, and philosophies developed over years of experience. The program’s blended learning format affords students an opportunity to work on assignments, have real-time discussions, meet remarkable people and still maintain a professional career. The coursework is appropriately challenging so that we develop the tools to fulfill our vision for higher education.
– Sharon Hyak, South Texas
I transferred from a traditional program to the John Roueche Community College Doctorate Program. The program is designed to allow students to interface with an extensive roster of seasoned CEO's and thought leaders transforming Community College's today, which has been invaluable and priceless!
– CharMaine Hines, Wayne County Community College District (MI)
I feel challenged to expand my inquiry and knowledge in the KSU CCLP program. The program provides me with support and keeps me motivated. The experience that stands out for me is having faculty members challenge us to use data to tell our story.
– Bonike Leigh Odegbami, Wayne County Community College District (MI)