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Education: Society’s Great Equalizer

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About Ms. Leah Fields

As a highly efficient administrator, Leah Fields possesses cross-functional skills that reflect a background in academic affairs, student services, proprietary educational management, and the corporate experience.  She earned a Master of Business Administration from the University of Phoenix in Atlanta, Georgia, and a Bachelor of Science in Healthcare Management from the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. Leah is a native of Huntsville, Alabama, and she currently resides in Augusta, Georgia. 

Her background in higher education includes the following positions: Associate Academic Dean, Educational Consultant, General Education and Criminal Justice Program Chair, Relations with Students Team Lead on the Self-Study Committee for the 2013 ACICS Accreditation Reaffirmation, Operations Manager, Adjunct Faculty, Student Retention Coordinator, and Academic Counselor for transfer and re-entry students.  The roles have focused on managing departments in Academic Affairs, ACICS accreditation reaffirmation, developing and managing retention programs, providing academic and student support services, supervising teams ranging from 3 – 60 members, operations management for four campus locations, and continuous student advisement. 

In addition, she has provided support services to diverse student populations, including adult, at-risk, and international students.  It is her passion to provide unprecedented service to students to ensure they persist to graduation, add value to the college environment, and build strong relationships with fellow administrators.  The desired goal is to drive positive transformations through academic achievement, along with professional development. 

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