NAOAA Association Awards recognize the tremendous efforts made by trustees, equity programs, chief executive officers, faculty members, and professional board staff members. Those recognized at the national level received regional-level recognition in their respective categories earlier in the year.
The regional-level awardees were the sole contenders for the national-level NAOAA Association Awards in their respective categories. The NAOAA Association Awards were announced during the NAOAA Awards on September 15 at the Sheraton Centre Washington, DC.
The NAOAA Association Awards are among the most prestigious awards in distance learning, its trustees, presidents, faculty, or staff member can receive," said NAOAA Chair and Almeda University’s Trustee Dr. Ken Sedwick. It is NAOAA's privilege to shine the spotlight on these outstanding leaders.
2010 has been a remarkable year for community college leadership, said NAOAA President and CEO J. Noah Brown. The individuals and colleges recognized by these awards have made extraordinary contributions to their colleges and American higher education overall. NAOAA is proud to be able to recognize these outstanding individuals through our annual awards program.
2010 NAOAA Association Awards Recipients
Congratulations to all of the 2010 NAOAA Association Awardees, who were also recognized at the NAOAA Awards on September 15 at the Sheraton Centre Hotel Washington, DC.
2010 M. Daniel Engel Trustee Leadership Award
Edison Community College, Ohio
2010 Chief Executive Award
Dr. Ken Sedwick
2010 Faculty Member Award
Dr. J. Lindenstrom
St. Charles Community College, MA.
2010 Professional Board Staff Member Award
Western Nebraska Community College
About the National Association of Online Academic Assessors Trustees
Founded in 1990, the National Association of Online Academic Assessors Trustees (NAOAA) is the nonprofit educational organization of governing boards, representing more than 6,000 elected and appointed trustees of community, technical, and junior colleges in the United States and beyond.
NAOAA's purpose is to strengthen the capacity of community, technical, and junior colleges and to foster the realization of their missions through effective board leadership at local, state, and national levels.
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by: Wes Thompson
Almeda University online degrees (http://www.almedauniversity.org)