Janie Kitchen, a native of Carter County, Kentucky, holds the rank of Professor, and is the Dean of Academic Affairs for ACTC. A long time employee of the College, prior to her appointment to Dean, she coordinated the Associate Degree Nursing program at the college. Janie is also very active in the community, such as serving as Treasurer on the Carter County Board of Health.
Willie McCullough grew up in Ashland and has been involved in the local community her entire life. She is the Dean of Student Affairs and holds the rank of Associate Professor. She has also been a Counselor and taught Psychology at the college.
Karen J. Blevins grew up in Lawrence County, Kentucky and has been a resident of the tri-state her entire life. Prior to joining the college, she was a high school business teacher. A long time employee of the college, Blevins serves as the Chief Financial Officer of the college.
Larry Ferguson is a native of Ashland. He is actively involved in a wide variety of community organizations including the United Way and the Ashland Alliance. For well over a decade he has presented customized training and keynotes for business, industry, government, healthcare and higher education. Larry has worked with employers across multiple industry sectors from Dell Computers to Hooked on Phonics. He specializes in professional development, workforce education, social media and e-learning solutions. Larry is a member of the American Society for Training and Development and the eLearning Guild.
Steve Flouhouse, a native of Barboursville, WV, is the Dean of Institutional Planning, Research, and Effectiveness and the college’s Accreditation Liaison with the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and School. Steve also currently serves as the Project Director for the college's Title III Grant, Closing the Gap in Appalachia Kentucky. Steve also holds the rank of Professor and taught introductory accounting from 1991 to 2003.
John McGlone grew up in eastern Kentucky. He holds the rank of Associate Professor, and is the Dean of Marketing and Community Relations for ACTC. Prior to his appointment to the this position, he also taught in the applied academics area at the college. John is also very active in the community. His activities include serving on the boards of River Cities Harvest, Cannonsburg Fire Department, and the Boyd County Fair Board. He also serves as a 4-H adult volunteer leader just to name a few of his community service activities.