The Daily Bulletin



Tuesday September 27, 2022

current weather

Administrator Named to Leadership Institute
September 1, 2022

A Walters State administrator is among 32 Tennesseans named to the statewide Complete Tennessee Leadership Institute (CTLI).
Amy Humphrey, director of advising and student success, will be part of the seventh cohort of CTLI, a joint initiative of the State Collaborative on Reforming Education (SCORE) and The Hunt Institute. The one-year program works to equip community and state leaders with the strategies, tools and knowledge to play a leading role in eliminating barriers to postsecondary education and completion in Tennessee. In partnership with The Hunt Institute, SCORE will provide learning opportunities for the 2022-23 CTLI participants and support cohort members in translating that learning into action.
“I congratulate Amy on her selection and look forward to the ideas she will bring back to Walters State while being part of CTLI,” Dr. Tony Miksa, president of Walters State, said. “This is a great opportunity to work with others in higher education to improve student achievement.”
Humphrey joined Walters State earlier this year. She has over 30 years of experience in higher education and student services.