Gillette College CEO chosen to serve on national education association board

Written by on March 21, 2017

Press Release – The Board of Trustees for the American Technical Education Association (ATEA) selected Dr. Mark Englert, Gillette College Vice President and CEO, to serve as a Trustee. Englert was sworn in during the ATEA national conference in Nashville on Friday.

Englert credits the organization with providing the national-level best practices that helped build the technical education programs at NWCCD, Sheridan and Gillette Colleges, into regional powerhouses.

Originally founded in 1928 in Detroit, the ATEA is one of the oldest higher education organizations in the country.

“I’ve been able to witness and participate in facilitating network building across the country for our CTE professionals while also advancing our very important cause as we collectively shape the workforce of today and tomorrow with excellent career options,” said Englert. “I appreciate the opportunity to serve the American Technical Education Association and look forward to working with other trustees and staff to help ATEA achieve its mission and goals.”

Trustees for the association are leaders of college systems, presidents and vice presidents, deans, faculty and business and program directors.

There are 16 members, all representing different states around the nation.

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