Ivy Tech Group College’s Fort Wayne campus Chancellor Jerrilee K. Mosier was recognized for her many contributions to the Northeast Indiana local community with both equally the Sagamore of the Wabash award and a specific resolution from the Indiana Standard Assembly. These recognitions came as she prepares for retirement in September.
Indiana State Reps. Martin Carbaugh, Christopher Judy, Dan Leonard, and Bob Morris represented Gov. Eric Holcomb and offered the prestigious Sagamore of the Wabash award, the highest honor bestowed by an Indiana governor, to Mosier at the July 27 campus board of trustees assembly. The award celebrates a Hoosier who is “distinguished by his Humanity in Residing, his Loyalty in Friendship, his Wisdom in Council, and his Inspiration in Management.” It has been awarded to actors, astronauts, presidents, artists, athletes and extra.
Alongside with this award, Mosier was regarded with Home Resolution No. 53, which was sponsored by Leonard, Morris, Carbaugh, Judy, and Reps. David Abbott, Philip GiaQuinta, Dave Heine, Matthew Lehman, Ben Smaltz and Craig Snow and was accepted on April 20. The resolution marks the celebration by pointing out the next accomplishments in the course of her tenure:
• Serving in increased education, and specially group schools, all through her job including a lot more than a ten years of provider to Northeast Indiana with Ivy Tech, as very well as preceding leadership roles in community faculties in Washington, Oklahoma, and Kansas.
• Ushering in new diploma packages and record certifications/qualifications awarded in the Ivy Tech Fort Wayne and Warsaw assistance location.
• Endorsing bigger access to excellent instruction by nearby local community mastering locations in Adams, DeKalb, Huntington, LaGrange, Noble, Steuben, Wabash, Wells, and Whitley counties.
• Developing a strong network of group corporations and region businesses to build up the Hoosier workforce and give bigger prospect for Ivy Tech graduates.
Performing as a champion for larger training via her perception that “community leaders, legislators, and our Ivy Tech college and workers … can shift mountains and make obtain to significant-quality education a fact for absolutely everyone.”
“It has been my honor to provide this campus and this community together with these kinds of phenomenal personnel, college, legislators, industry leaders, local community organizations, and of course, our pupils,” Mosier mentioned. “I so appreciate these recognitions, but it is the operate of numerous persons who have led to our development and achievement. I take into account myself fortuitous to have been a portion of the terrific perform that is bigger schooling in Northeast Indiana.”
Mosier’s remaining day in her role will be Sept. 10. The faculty has picked Kim Barnett-Johnson as her successor.
“Jerrilee has been a passionate leader and advocate for the Fort Wayne service space,” Ivy Tech President Sue Ellspermann stated in a information release. “We wish her a perfectly-deserved retirement and thank her for producing a solid leadership workforce, school and workers, a highly engaged campus board, and deep interactions with employers and group leaders. I am confident a new chancellor will be ready to pick up in which Jerrilee has remaining off and construct on her legacy.”