“It is a tremendous honour to be recognised amongst so many talented women in business and community on the Central Coast,” she said.
Ms Dale added that receiving the award for her role in Management was both humbling and inspiring.
“I’ve always been a strong believer in the power of education to change and inspire lives, including my own.
“It is this belief that encourages me as Executive Director to assist the College, our staff, and students to reach new heights,” said Ms Dale.
In the nine years since Ms Dale has been Executive Director at the College, it has experienced growth in course offerings, students and staff, and has become a vibrant and sustainable organisation with a bright future ahead.
The College is now the second largest community college for vocational training in NSW.
Ms Dale added she was privileged to see Dr Lisa Barnes, who teaches on management programs at the College, receive the 2012 Women in Education and Training Award and Central Coast Woman of the Year.
“Lisa is an amazingly talented and successful woman. We are thrilled to have her expertise in education and training at the College and I’d like to publicly congratulate her for her Awards,” said Ms Dale.
The Central Coast Women in Business Awards are open to all women on the Central Coast annually and cover categories from business & professional services to community and education.