Vice President, Community Education / Community College Administrator
Five Words About Me:
Collaborative, confident, reliable, resourceful, and good-natured
One Surprising Skill:
I can create online classes using Blackboard learning management platform.
Laura McCullough, vice president of the community education division at BridgeValley Community and Technical College, has more than 26 years of experience in higher education, first at West Virginia State University, an 1890 land-grant HBCU, then at Kanawha Valley Community and Technical College, and finally at BridgeValley. McCullough earned a master’s degree in business administration at Oklahoma City University and is currently completing her dissertation on work-integrated learning for a Marshall University doctoral program in higher education leadership that she will, hopefully, complete in August of 2019. McCullough’s success rests upon the close community and industry ties she has developed and maintained during her tenure in higher education. McCullough serves on the local Workforce Investment Board, the Charleston Job Corps Center Community Relations Board, and collaborates on training projects with area employers and service provider organizations, such as the West Virginia Real Estate Commission, Goodwill Industries, and Habitat for Humanity.