LEADERSHIP FELLOWS COHORT




The  CTN Leadership Fellows Program is a customized learning experience that enables participants to immerse themselves in the culture, policies, and decision-making processes of the organization to maximize the potential of CTN as an agency of change by maximizing the potential of all the people implementing the CTN ASCENDER PROGRAM across the state. 

The CTN Leadership Fellows Program helps to ensure that future leaders are ready to take on real-world challenges in higher education and serve the capacity-building needs of the program and the educational institutions that we serve in the State of Texas.

CTN believes that effective leadership can improve organizational learning and help drive the agency in new directions.  

Organizational learning as a concept is the process of creating, retaining, and transferring knowledge within the organization. The primary purpose being to prevent organizations from losing what they learn from experience over time.  The Oxford Review. 2015.

The Leadership Fellows Program provides  a development track for practitioners across the campuses we serve to help them understand the underpinnings associated with the values of leadership to directly impact the future of higher education. The CTN Leadership Fellows Program helps to ensure that future leaders are ready to take on real world challenges in higher education and serve the capacity building needs of the program and the educational institutions that we serve.

Goals:

To offer practitioners the opportunity to work toward a shared mission.

To create agents of change, so that those who are most marginalized also have the same educational opportunities.

To develop the skills of leadership fellows to be facilitators of knowledge and best practices, and to understand that everyone from the newest to the most experienced educators have something to contribute.

To increase the ability of Fellows to inspire and influence others by being inclusive, open, and innovative while holding themselves accountable to CTN’s mission. 

Through its Leadership Fellows Program CTN will ensure at the very least, that faculty will be better informed on the elements of an effectively led collegiate program and then be able to advocate for organizational change and understand leadership from a systems perspective.



2021 Leadership Fellows Cohort



Palo Alto College

 

  • Mary Elston

South Texas College

 

  • Rosa Gutierrez

  • Jonathan Bell 

  • Mario Morin

  • Darrial Reynolds

Austin Community College

 

  • Samantha Ackers

  • Megan Diaz

  • Lillian Huerta  

  • Ann Fletcher 

  • Cynthia Cantu 

San Antonio College

 

  • Joan Jaimes

  • Mona Aldana Ramirez

  • Jon Hui Bell 

  • Laurie Coleman

2018 Leadership Fellows Cohort



Palo Alto College

 

  • Lisa Trevino

  • Dolores Zapata

  • Juan Higa

  • Alfredo Torres

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San Antonio, TX 78224, United States



South Texas College

 

  • Juan Ramirez

  • Florinda Rodriguez

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3201 West Pecan Blvd, McAllen, TX 78501, USA



El Paso Community College

 

  • Angelina Nunez

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919 Hunter Dr, El Paso, TX 79915, USA



Austin Community College

 

  • Olga Eckert

  • Ariel Flores

  • Pedro Merced

  • Rosa Rodriguez-Alvarez

  • Alejandra Polcik

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1218 West Ave, Austin, TX 78701, USA





2017 Leadership Fellows Cohort



Palo Alto College

 

  • Rafael Castillo

  • Diane Lerma

  • Yolanda Reyna

  • Daniel Rodriguez

  • Stacy Ybarra

  • Debra McBeath

  • Erin Doran

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San Antonio, TX 78224, United States



South Texas College

 

  • Anna Alaniz

  • Ety Bischoff

  • Angelica Cerda

  • Esmeralda Macias

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3201 West Pecan Blvd, McAllen, TX 78501, USA



El Paso Community College

 

  • Jorge Gomez

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919 Hunter Dr, El Paso, TX 79915, USA



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