LSC-O announces new program manager for Workforce Development
Lamar State College-Orange is pleased to announce that Kimberly Holley has been named program manager for the Workforce Development division. Holley, who is also an adjunct instructor at LSC-O and Lamar State College-Port Arthur, assumed her new duties in May. As an adjunct, she teaches communication courses on campus.
Holley received a bachelor’s degree in Christian education from Baptist Bible College in Springfield, Missouri; a master’s in elementary education from Pensacola Christian College in Pensacola, Florida; a master’s in organizational communication from Queens University in Charlotte, North Carolina, and is a doctoral candidate at Regent University in Virginia Beach, Virginia.
In addition to her academic background, Holley was a trainer for the National Association of REALTORS in the At Home with Diversity Certification program. She was also a member of the Mecklenburg County Air Quality Commission, and a graduate of the Woman’s Campaign School at Yale Law. She and her husband recently celebrated their thirty-seventh anniversary. She has four children, with one currently on deployment with the United States Armed Forces in the Middle East.
LSC-O welcomes Holley in her new role.