Visionary Voices: The College President’s Playbook

Visionary Voices is an insightful podcast dedicated to the strategic minds leading today's higher education institutions. Each episode brings a unique perspective from visionary and tech-forward college presidents, chancellors, and other high-level academic leaders, diving into the complexities and nuances of running a modern educational institution.

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Lynette Livingston

Dr. Lynette Livingston is a seasoned professional who has dedicated a decade of service to Chippewa Valley Technical College. Currently serving as the Provost and Vice President for Academic and Student Affairs, Dr. Livingston is a trailblazer in higher education, renowned for her visionary leadership. Over the course of her career, Dr. Livingston has spearheaded the accreditation of numerous academic programs, introducing innovative approaches to enhance enrollment and elevate student success. Notable achievements include the establishment of High School Dual Credit Academies spanning over forty school districts, the implementation of seamless articulation agreements with local universities, and the development of guided degree plans. Dr. Livingston's distinctive focus lies in fostering collaboration between the realms of business and education, with a keen emphasis on accessibility, opportunity, and mutual benefit. Her expertise extends to continuous improvement methodologies using SMART goals, and she is a distinguished peer reviewer for the Wisconsin Forward Award and the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs. Prior to her tenure at CVTC, Dr. Livingston played pivotal roles in public K12 education, serving as a dual credit instructor, district-level administrator, and contributing significantly to the founding and success of two charter schools. A testament to resilience and achievement, Dr. Lynette Livingston is a first-generation college graduate, holding a doctorate in Career and Technical Education from the University of Wisconsin-Stout.

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