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AACC’s women leaders share best advice

AACC's most powerful women gathered for Campus Current to take photos and ask advice.

AACC's most powerful women gathered for Campus Current to take photos and ask advice.

Christina Browning

AACC's most powerful women gathered for Campus Current to take photos and ask advice.

Christina Browning

Christina Browning

AACC's most powerful women gathered for Campus Current to take photos and ask advice.

AACC’s women leaders share best advice

Melanie Scherer, the Director of Purchasing and Contracting

Melanie Scherer, the Director of Purchasing and Contracting

“Finish your education, create a commemorative remembrance and legacy, be a good role model for women in your life, travel the world and wear sunscreen.”

Karen Cook, the Dean of School and Business and Law

Karen Cook, the Dean of School and Business and Law

“Develop your leadership skills early, start in college by taking positions in clubs, committees and in the community. And then after you graduate and get your first job, take on tasks and projects other people may not want and do a really good job so people get noticed. Just lastly, don’t let anybody tell you you can’t do something.”

Dr. Dawn Lindsey, our school's president

Dr. Dawn Lindsey, our school's president

“Get involved. Take on tasks that other people aren’t interested in taking. Make yourself an asset to your organization. Set a goal, determine what the requirements are to achieve that goal … hold yourself accountable for moving forward.”

Tiffany Boykin, the Dean of Student Engagement

Tiffany Boykin, the Dean of Student Engagement

“Never doubt yourself when someone else thinks you can do the job.”

Andrea Zamora, the Director for the Center of Staff and Faculty Development

Andrea Zamora, the Director for the Center of Staff and Faculty Development

“Be open to possibilities and try everything.”

Felicia Patterson is AACC's VP of Learner Support Services

Felicia Patterson is AACC's VP of Learner Support Services

“Never doubt yourself when someone else thinks you can do the job.”

AACC's Chief Diversity Officer, Dr. Deirdre Dennie

AACC's Chief Diversity Officer, Dr. Deirdre Dennie

“Be you and do you.”

Colleen Eisenbeiser, the Dean of Learning Advancement

Colleen Eisenbeiser, the Dean of Learning Advancement

“Be consistent, be kind, be organized and thick skinned.”

Elizabeth Appel, the Dean of the School of Health Sciences

Elizabeth Appel, the Dean of the School of Health Sciences

“Trust yourself and build relationships with others.”

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