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New leadership in Office for Student Development
Some faces in the BBC Office for Student Development at BBC are changing, with veteran leaders Roddy Hannah and Faye Moore stepping into new roles.
The change comes as the office sees longtime Dean of Students Matt Pollock and Associate Dean of Students Carol King depart. The pair was honored for their faithful service at the Spring Banquet in April.
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The Office for Student Development is the hub of student life on campus. Committed to whole-life growth, staff members organize and direct the non-academic programs, including residence hall life, student activities, ministry development, campus safety, health services, athletics, and counseling.
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Roddy Hannah has been named Assistant Provost for Student Development. A BBC alumnus (98, 07), he has served at BBC&S for 14 years. Most recently, Roddy initiated and developed the Career Services program as its director.
As a National Certified Counselor and a Licensed Professional Counselor, he shares the desire of the student development staff to see BBC students succeed in both academics and life.
"This new position simply gives me a different opportunity to serve students," he said. "My main responsibility is to make sure all the pieces of the student's life at BBC work together to build a heart committed to seeking after God and following wherever He leads."
Pollock, who has been a part of BBC for 21 years, has been named Headmaster at Grace Baptist Academy in Chattanooga, TN. A BBC alumnus (85, 98), he has held a range of positions on campus, including Financial Counselor, Dean of Men, Director of Student Activities, and Women's Head Basketball Coach.
Faye Moore has been named Associate Dean of Students. A BBC alumnus (95, 01), she will remain an Assistant Professor in the counseling department.
Moore has been served on campus since 1986 in several roles, including Executive Secretary, Resident Director, Counselor, and Assistant Professor. She is also a National Certified Counselor.
"I love students and I love BBC," she said. "I'm thrilled to have yet another opportunity to love these women and be involved in their lives."
Carol King is retiring after 24 years of service. She has ministered to students as a teacher, counselor, and administrator through various roles, including Dean of Women, Director of Learning Support Services, and advisor to student publications.
Hannah and Moore begin their new roles on June 1 and will use the summer to prepare for the 2013-2014 school year.
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Posted on: 5/16/2013 12:37:29 PM