Board of Directors Meeting
College Drive Campus - January 18, 2017 - Minutes
Toni Armstrong, Nicole Griffith-Green, Leigh Latherow, Ann Perkins, Ramona Salyer, John Stewart, Jr.
Keri Jones, Chrisha Spears
Kay Adkins, Karen Blevins, Steve Flouhouse, Janie Kitchen, Willie McCullough, John McGlone, Pam Miller, Kathy Riley, Steve Woodburn
CALL TO ORDER
Board Chair, John Stewart, called the meeting to order at 11:55 a.m. in the John and Pat Stewart Board Room on the College Drive Campus of Ashland Community and Technical College.
APPROVAL OF MINUTES
Members reviewed the minutes of the December 7, 2016 meeting. Toni Armstrong made the motion to accept the minutes as written. Leigh Latherow seconded the motion. All voted to approve the minutes.
Dr. Kay Adkins gave a PowerPoint presentation (copy attached), updating board members regarding enrollment, dual credit and the impact of former AK Steel employees. She also discussed 2017-2018 budget issues specifically noting tuition and performance funding.
2010-2016 REPORT ON STRATEGIC PLAN
Dean Steve Flouhouse reported using a PowerPoint presentation (copy attached).
Janie Kitchen, Dean of Academic Affairs, reported that discussion is leading toward Kings Daughters Medical Center assisting ACTC in funding for Health Science instructors for Fall 2017.
She also reminded those in attendance of the upcoming Science & Engineering Fair, Friday, February 3 at the Technology Drive Campus (flyer attached).
Willie McCullough, Dean of Resource Development and External Affairs, told board members that ACTC’s new Director of Advancement, Brooke Seasor, is doing a great job.
Willie announced three new ACTC scholarships provided by Morning Pointe, Grayson Rural Electric and the estate of Nancy McClelland.
Steve Woodburn, Dean of Student Success and Enrollment Services, discussed a handout (copy attached) from the American Association of Community Colleges about enrollment trends in community colleges.
Steve Flouhouse, Dean of Institutional Planning, Research and Effectiveness, updated members regarding the Title III grant. He reported that the Office Assistant and Acting Coordinator are hired. The Institutional Design position has not been filled yet. The grant will be sending faculty to an upcoming conference for training.
John McGlone, Dean of Public Services, reported that KCTCS has a new Crisis Management Plan.
Karen Blevins, Dean of Business Affairs, reported that ACTC’s grill server, Giovanni’s has canceled service. Her department is looking for a temporary replacement. Bids will go out in the spring for a permanent replacement.
BOARD CHAIR COMMENTS
Chair John Stewart thanked board members and employees for their support of ACTC.
Board Chair, John Stewart, adjourned the meeting at 1:30 p.m.
Pam Miller, Recorder