Carmen Aguilar Named Dean of Continuing Education at Providence College

Providence College announced that Carmen Aguilar has been named the College’s new dean of their School of Continuing Education. The School offers myriad programs designed for busy adults and provides students with the flexibility to earn a degree, strengthen their resume with a professional certificate, or simply advance their career with skills learned from new classes. Aguilar will oversee all aspects of SCE’s programs and staff.

Prior to joining PC, Aguilar was dean of the Center for Workforce and Community Education at Bristol Community College, a position she had held since 2006. Previously, she was the director of Bristol’s Center for Business and Industry. Earlier, she was program director of the Center for Innovation in Learning at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill’s Kenen-Flagler Business School. She also spent six years as global instructional technology manager for OneMBA, a collaboration among five of the top graduate schools of business in the United States, Latin America, Asia, and Europe.

Aguilar earned a B.S. in Engineering in Computer Systems from the Instituto Tecnólogico de Morelia in Mexico. She also earned a MS. In Management Information Systems from the Instituto Tecnólogico y Estudios Superiores de Monterrey, also in Mexico. She is Green Belt Six Sigma certified.

WittKieffer’s Lucy Leske and Greg Duyck led this search.

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