LBWCC hires new associate dean of institutional effectiveness, quality at Luverne Center
LBW Community College is pleased to announce the hiring of Dr. Kristina Anderson for the position of Associate Dean of Institutional Effectiveness and Quality at the Luverne Center.
Anderson’s background includes more than ten years of related experience in Alabama public education, including serving in roles such as Assistant Principal and Community Liaison for Charles Henderson High School and Lead Teacher/Crisis Management Leader/Summer School Director for Pike County Elementary School.
“Dr. Anderson is one of the most dynamic educational leaders in the state, and LBW is stronger with her addition,” said LBW President, Dr. Brock Kelley. “Her ability to analyze and disseminate data will be essential in moving our college to new academic heights.”
Anderson earned a Doctor of Education in Administration and Teacher Learning from Walden University. She earned a Master of Education with a major in Education and a concentration in Instructional Leadership from Auburn University at Montgomery. She also earned a Master of Science in Education and a Bachelor of Science in Education from Troy University.
“I look forward to working beside the dynamic leaders at LBW to ensure students are provided the best educational opportunities in the state,” said Dr. Anderson.
Anderson will join the College on March 8, 2021, and will be based on the Andalusia Campus.