Columbia State Community College has a new director of economic and workforce development.
Following the departure of Terri Kenlock, the position will now be held by L.K. Browning who joins the college from the Tennessee Valley Authority
Browning will be responsible for leading the institution’s Center for Economic and Workforce Development overseeing programs in the the development, management and administration of noncredit training and continuing education for Middle Tennessee’s students.
“I look forward to partnering with sister agencies to meet the needs of the nine counties that we proudly serve,” Browning said. “I’ll start with a significant amount of listening to discover the learning and talent development needs of business, industry and the community at large.”
Most recently, Browning served as the innovation program manager for energy efficiency for business and industry at the TVA. She has an extensive background in leadership and organizational development aimed to drive results in the economic and workforce development office.
“Browning is a great addition to the Columbia State family,” Columbia State President Janet F. Smith said. “Her leadership experience and dedication to results will play a big role in promoting economic, community and professional and personal development opportunities for citizens and businesses throughout the college’s service area.”
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