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Northwest Technical Institute Interim President Appointed

New Vice President Of Instruction To Be Announced Monday

Posted: January 24, 2014 at 5 a.m.

Michael Hamley was appointed interim president of Northwest Technical Institute during Thursday’s board meeting.

At A Glance

NTI President Applicants

• Thomas Olson, Academy of Health Care Professionals, San Antonio, school director

• Teresa Dow, Texarkana, Ark., School District, marketing instructor

• James Daye, Leith Jaguar, Cary, N.C., Jaguar brand specialist

• Curtis Shack, Knowledge Is Power Program Delta Public Schools, West Helena, student information administrator

• Akhtar Ali, Physicians Laboratory of America, Little Rock, chief scientist

• Keith Peterson, NorthWest Arkansas Community College, formerly with Nothwest Technical Institute

• Gary Cross, Texas A&M Extension Service, College Station, Texas, agriculture agent

• Randall Owens, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, Little Rock, postdoctoral fellow

• Mary Ramey, Langston University, Tulsa, Okla., adjunct professor

• Renee Deshommes, Fayetteville Public Schools, teacher

• Connie Phillips, Springdale Treatment Center, program director

• Debra Steele, University of Arkansas-Fort Smith, assistant professor

• Jeremy Bland, Walgreens, Little Rock, assistant manager

• Blake Robertson, College of the Ouachitas, Malvern, director

• Michael Thompson, Poteau Public Schools, Poteau, Okla., teacher

• Wanda Eash, Arkansas Support Network, Springdale

• Debra Tomlinson, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, Little Rock, clinical operations director

• Robbie Cornelius, Northwest Technical Institute, Springdale, student services coordinator

• Rodney Fry, JB Hunt Transport Services, Lowell, PCS recruiter

• Cortez Smith, Delta Resources Center for Independent Living, Pine Bluff, assistant executive director

• Jason Ervin, NorthWest Arkansas Community College, director of Upward Bound

• Michael Hamley, Northwest Technical Institute, Springdale, vice president of finance

Source: Northwest Technical Institute

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