WKCTC Names Vice President of Student Affairs
Mayfield native joins college leadership team
PADUCAH, KY (04/13/2018) West Kentucky Community and Technical College has named Emily Peck the new vice president of student affairs, officials announced today.
"I am both excited and pleased to have our new Vice President of Student Services, Emily Peck, joining the WKCTC family and serving on my Leadership team," said WKCTC President Anton Reece. "Emily is an outstanding professional who brings extensive enrollment and adult student success expertise, which is both timely and critical to meeting and exceeding our enrollment and retention benchmarks."
Peck has more than 15 years' experience in education, strategic enrollment management, marketing, employee coaching, training and development to her new position at WKCTC. Prior to her new role, Peck served as vice chancellor of admissions and marketing at Daymar Colleges Group in Nashville, Tenn.
"It is both an honor and privilege to return to the western Kentucky area to serve the community in which I was born and raised," Peck said. A native of Mayfield, she grew up in Marshall County and graduated from Marshall County High School. She earned a bachelor of science degree in organizational communication from Murray State University.
"I'm passionate about supporting the mission of West Kentucky Community and Technical College of providing excellence in teaching and learning, promoting student success, and supporting the economic development of our community," she said. "It's exciting to share a fresh perspective of recruitment, retention, and student outcomes to this outstanding institution. I am truly looking forward to working with the team at WKCTC!"
Peck received Magna Cum Laude honors as an undergraduate and also gained a master of arts degree in educational leadership from Argosy University.