MCC Administrators Chosen for Chancellor's Leadership Seminar
(Bradenton, Fla., May 18, 2006) - Two Manatee Community College (MCC) administrators have been chosen to participate in the 2006 Chancellor's Leadership Seminar (CLS) June 13 through 15 in Ybor City. Bradley W. Davis, director of MCC resource development, and Daisy Vulovich, executive director of MCC's Center for Corporate and Community Development, are among 33 "rising leaders" selected for Florida Community Colleges and Workforce Education Chancellor J. David Armstrong's seminar, now being offered for the sixth year.
The CLS boasts graduates who have become community college directors, provosts, assistant presidents and presidents. Participants' inclusion is considered a significant phase in professional development. In addition to educational workshops, planned events enable participants to network with state and national leaders.
Since Davis took his position at MCC in 2002, more than $7 million in grants has been awarded to enhance and expand existing programs and services and to fund new ones. Davis is president of the Florida Council for Resource Development and an active member of the Council at regional and national levels. He has a Juris Doctor degree from the University of Miami School of Law. Vulovich is a graduate of the Leadership Manatee program. Last year, her division served more than 30,000 registrants in noncredit continuing education and credit classes. She also oversees operations at the Center for Innovation and Technology at MCC Lakewood Ranch and is pursuing a doctorate degree in higher education administration from St. Louis University, Mo.