28 March Twenty-five Named Distinguished College Administrators Tweet March 28, 2016 Events & Awards, Press Room Hallmark Awards, NerdNation 0 Jackson, Mississippi - Twenty-five college administrators will be honored with 2016 Distinguished College Administrator Awards, presented by Phi Theta Kappa during the Society’s annual convention in National Harbor, Maryland, April 7-9. The Distinguished College Administrator Award is given to college vice presidents, deans or directors who have demonstrated a strong level of support for Phi Theta Kappa during their tenure. The 2016 Distinguished College Administrator Award recipients are: Dr. Adam Breerwood Pearl River Community College Mississippi Dr. Don Burnham Holmes Community College Mississippi Mary Chikwinya Tacoma Community College Washington Michael Cunningham Community College of Rhode Island Rhode Island Jeff Daubenmire Hocking College Ohio Dr. Magdalena de la Teja Tarrant County College Texas Charlotte Finnegan Jackson College Michigan Tammy Geldenhuys Independence Community College Kansas Dr. Carmen Gonzales Santa Fe Community College New Mexico Dr. Betty Hatcher Craven Community College North Carolina Peggy Heim Lehigh Carbon Community College Pennsylvania Dr. Jane Hulon Copiah-Lincoln Community College Mississippi Freddie Johnson Atlanta Metropolitan State College Georgia Katie Kelley Asnuntuck Community College Connecticut Dr. Kris Kimbark College of the Mainland Texas Dr. Maris Lown Union County College New Jersey Dr. Paul Machen St. Philip's College Texas Anna Mays Cedar Valley College Texas Dr. Patrice Mitchell Trident Technical College South Carolina Dr. Joe Rode Tarrant County College Texas Dr. Normah Salleh-Barone Moraine Valley Community College Illinois Dr. Don Stowers New River Community College Virginia Dr. Mark Taylor Jones County Junior College Mississippi Michael Thompson Meridian Community College Mississippi Dr. Lisa Wheeler Normandale Community College Minnesota Phi Theta Kappa is the oldest, largest and most prestigious honor society recognizing students pursuing two-year degrees. Phi Theta Kappa is made up of more than 3 million members and nearly 1,300 chapters in nine nations. Comments are closed.