Ivy Tech Names Workforce Partnerships VP

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Ivy Tech Community College as selected Anne Valentine as vice president of workforce partnerships. In her new role, Valentine will be responsible for establishing new and managing existing external partnerships, as well as helping fulfill workforce education and training needs.

Valentine has been a part of Ivy Tech since 2013 and most recently served as vice president of enrollment services and customer service. As part of her new title, she will join the college's Systems Office Workforce Alignment leadership team.

"Anne’s expertise with the college, workforce, and state government, coupled with her business and industry acumen will allow her to accelerate Ivy Tech’s goals and initiatives," said Ivy Tech President Sue Ellspermann. "We are laser-focused on our ambitious goal to increase credential completions to 50,000 each year, which are critical to fuel Indiana’s booming economy and help Hoosiers enter high-demand, prosperous careers. With Anne as part of our Workforce Alignment team, I am confident we will see further progress as we build deeper and broader partnerships with companies and vital industries."

During her tenure at Ivy Tech, Valentine also launched Express Enrollment Centers throughout the college's statewide network. Ivy Tech says Valentine's efforts in her new position will help generate new and continued enrollment at the college.

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