Director wins Robert P. Todd Award
At this year’s employee convocation, the Robert P. Todd Leadership Award went to Mathematics Director Tamara Carter.
Established in 2006, the award recognizes employees who demonstrate outstanding leadership in their work, according to college officials.
The award is named after former OCCC President Robert P. Todd, who died in December 2005.
“I am so honored to receive this award,” Carter said. “There are so many great leaders on this campus. It’s great to be recognized.”
She said she is pleased with the changes her department has made in order to improve classes for students.
“Our department is very proactive in looking for ways to help our students succeed,” Carter said.
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