Dr. Christy Ponce, Lee College’s VP of Student Success, Awarded Aspen Presidential Fellowship

Lee College has yet another reason to be proud: Vice President of Student Success, Resource Development and Workforce, Dr. Christy Ponce, was awarded an Aspen Presidential Fellowship for Community College Excellence. She is one of 40 leaders in the inaugural intensive, one-year, applied leadership executive program aiming to further develop leaders who can transform community colleges to achieve higher levels of student success, while maintaining broad access.

Diligently Focused on Student Success

In her role at Lee College, a CampusLogic customer, Dr. Ponce is responsible for developing new, innovative strategies to expand students’ success. “Dr. Ponce’s selection as an Aspen Presidential Fellow speaks to her belief in the importance and value of community college education, and her commitment to ensuring community colleges will continue to serve and support students for generations to come,” said Dr. Dennis Brown, President of Lee College.

About the Aspen Institute

The Aspen Institute, an educational and policy studies organization in Washington, D.C., fosters leadership through programs that place enduring values at the heart of education, business, philanthropy and other areas of societal concern, providing a nonpartisan platform for exploring issues.

About Lee College

Lee College, established in 1934, has 9,000 students enrolled per semester and offers 100 associate degrees and certificate programs along with non-credit community education courses. The main campus is located in Baytown, Texas with a satellite educational center in Liberty, Texas and serves a geographic area of more than 220,000 residents.

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