Associate Vice President, Career Technical Education & Workforce Development, Presentations and Informal Gatherings, November 12 – 15

Finalists for Lane’s Associate Vice President, Career Technical Education and Workforce Development position will be on campus during the week of November 12 - 15. Finalists will deliver presentations on the most critical issues impacting career technical and workforce education today, their challenges and opportunities, and important steps to take in order to thrive and foster resilience. Presentations will be followed by questions from the audience.

An informal gathering to meet each of the finalist is also scheduled. All faculty, staff, and managers are encouraged to attend both events.

Tuesday, November 12: Presentation, 2:15–2:55 pm (Bldg 10/Rm 108)

Informal Gathering, 3:35–3:55 pm (Bldg 2/Rm 213)

Troy Moran has an Associate’s Degree in Radiologic Sciences from Houston Community College, Bachelor of Science in Radiologic Sciences from Midwestern State University, Master’s in Business Administration from Texas Woman’s University, and Ph.D. in Higher Education from Texas Tech University. Troy is presently Assistant Dean of Diagnostic Services and Healthcare at Tarrant County College District in Fort Worth, Texas. Troy’s professional experience includes developing and delivering an online Computed Tomography program as well as teaching traditional course offerings; creating and implementing program effectiveness plans to evaluate program success; and developing strategic community partnerships to ensure the continued success and growth of programs.

Wednesday, November 13: Presentation, 2:15–2:55 pm (Bldg 10/Rm 108)

Informal Gathering, 3:35–3:55 pm (Bldg 2/Rm 213)

Lee Koelliker has a Bachelor of Arts in History from Utah Valley University, Master’s in Near Eastern and Judaic Studies from Brandeis University, and Master’s in Business Administration from Washington University. Lee is presently Director of the Office of Career Services, Brown School at Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri. His professional experience includes curriculum design and instruction in various disciplines; organizational development through use of effective strategies; data-driven analytics; and change management initiatives to incorporate student-facing technology.

Thursday, November 14: Presentation, 10:45-11:25 am (Bldg 10/Rm 108)

Informal Gathering, 12:05-12:25 pm (Bldg 2/Rm 214)

Dale Moon has a Bachelor of Science in Industrial Education from Western Washington University, Master’s in Technology Education from Western Washington University, and Ph.D. in Educational Leadership from Oregon State University. Dale is presently Associate Dean of Advanced Manufacturing and Transportation Technology at Linn-Benton Community College in Albany, Oregon. His professional experience includes CTE instruction in secondary and post-secondary education; management of Carl Perkins grant for high schools and community college; collaboration with businesses and regional economic and community development organizations to develop CTE programs; and integration of CTE initiatives with other colleges in the state and at the national level.

Thursday, November 14: Presentation, 2:15–2:55 pm (Bldg 10/Rm 108)

Informal Gathering, 3:35–3:55 pm (Bldg 2/Rm 213)

Grant Matthews has an Oregon Transfer Associate’s degree from Chemeketa Community College, Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Studies from Oregon State University, Master’s in Public Administration from Portland State University, and completed post-graduate doctoral courses in Education/Community College Leadership from Oregon State University. Grant is presently Dean of Health Professions, Health and Physical Education, and Career Pathways at Lane Community College. His professional experience includes leadership in developmental education, adult basic and secondary education, GED preparation, and career pathways planning/implementation; collaborations with trades, career programs, and workforce development to implement pathways for adult students; participation in regional and state-wide workforce partnerships; and classroom instruction and tutoring of adult learners and college freshmen.

Friday, November 15: Presentation, 2:15–2:55 pm (Bldg 10/Rm 108)

Informal Gathering, 3:35–3:55 pm (Bldg 2/Rm 213)

Steve Meneses has a Bachelor of Arts in Communications/Public Relations from Gonzaga University, Master’s in Organizational Leadership from Gonzaga University, and a Doctor of Management in Community College Policy and Administration from University of Maryland University College. Steve is presently Dean of Academic Partnerships and Workforce Equity at the University of Phoenix in San Jose, California. His professional experience includes classroom and online instruction; strategic planning for workforce, career, and economic development; recruitment and enrollment management; and building community partnerships to align workforce initiatives to curriculum and programs.