Dr. E. Ann McGee, president of Seminole State College of Florida, received the Women of Achievement in Education Award from the Women’s Executive Council of Orlando.
The annual Women’s Achievement Awards Luncheon was held at the Crowne Plaza Orlando Downtown on Sept. 28.
The council is an association of executive women committed to serving the physical and cultural improvements of Central Florida, accomplishing this goal through the recognition and development of women.
McGee has served as Seminole State’s president since 1996.
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