"Central Carolina Community College is proud to have Ms. Crisp-Sears, whose professionalism and leadership set an important standard of excellence for our entire college community," said CCCC President Dr. T. Eston Marchant.
Dr. Mark Hall, CCCC's Chatham Provost, said Ms. Crisp-Sears exemplifies the college's mission to be a catalyst for individual development.
"To the benefit of all students, Ms. Crisp-Sears actively promotes services across the campus, encouraging students to utilize the tutors, STEM lab assistants, and Writing Center Coaches the Academic Assistance Center provides," said Dr. Hall. "Through promotion and subsequent student and faculty participation in the Center's services and activities, Ms. Crisp-Sears actively creates communities of learners across the campus through her role as Coordinator of Student Learning on CCCC's Chatham Main Campus."
Dr. Michael Beck, Associate Vice President of Instructor at Spartanburg Community College and former CCCC Dean of Student Learning, said of Ms. Crisp-Sears: "Throughout her tenure at Central Carolina Community College, Angela has served as a change agent who is innovative and passionate about helping others. ... Angela has played an integral part in creating college and community environments where diversity thrives. Angela's commitment to helping others and promoting diversity has made Central Carolina Community College a great place to work and learn."
Ms. Crisp-Sears received her Bachelor's degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, a Graduate Certificate in Women's Students from the University of South Carolina at Columbia, and her Master's degree from the University of South Carolina at Columbia.
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Angela Crisp-Sears, Student Learning Coordinator, has been named Central Carolina Community College's Staff Member of the Year for 2018-2019.