NCC welcomes three to senior leadership roles
by Mia Rossi,
NCC has appointed three new individuals to senior leadership roles at the college:
Lauren Loeffler is set to fill the role of vice president, workforce development in Community Education and dean of Fowler Southside Center beginning in August. Reporting to NCC President Mark Erickson, she comes to NCC from Bucks County Community College where she was executive director of workforce development and led a team delivering non-credit professional training to individuals in the public sector as well as businesses and corporations.
Loeffler has a strong understanding of local and regional workforce challenges from the point of view of both employers and employees. She earned her M.A. in professional communication from Thomas Edison University in Trenton, N.J., and is currently chairperson of the Pennsylvania Community Colleges' Workforce Development Affinity Group.
Andre Richburg joins the NCC Student Affairs & Enrollment Division as executive director of enrollment management, reporting to Vice President of Student Affairs & Enrollment Sedgwick Harris. He has extensive experience in the areas of enrollment management, strategic planning, academic counseling and marketing.
A member of the National Association for College Admission Counseling, Richburg was formerly dean of enrollment management and college relations at Atlantic Cape Community College in Mays Landing, N.J., where he led the admissions, recruitment, testing and financial aid areas. Richburg has an M.S. in education from Monmouth University and B.S. in business administration from William Paterson University.
Eric Rosenthal, Ph.D.:
Eric Rosenthal is the new dean of student success in the Student Affairs & Enrollment Division. Reporting to Vice President of Student Affairs & Enrollment Sedgwick Harris, he comes to the college from Palatine, Illinois where he served as director of academic advising & counseling and transfer coordinator at Harper College.
Dr. Rosenthal earned his Ph.D. in counseling psychology from University of Florida. He has a broad background that includes clinical work and teaching at the college level in the field in psychology. Throughout his career Rosenthal has focused on the areas of advising, career services, college leadership and new student orientation. He holds memberships in the National Academic Advising Association and National Career Development Association.