Angela Kersenbrock, associate vice president for Career and Professional Programs at Seminole State College of Florida, has received a national leadership award.
Kersenbrock received the 2012 Idahlynn Karre Exemplary Leadership Award from The Chair Academy, which promotes worldwide leadership development for college and university leaders.
The award honors Kersenbrock’s “passion, humor, empathy and wisdom,” according to The Chair Academy. “Angela is a tireless student advocate, a trusted leader, a skilled team member, a motivator and dedicated educator. She is an outstanding leader not only at Seminole State College but throughout the Florida College System.”
The Idahlynn Karre award was presented at The Chair Academy’s 2012 International Leadership Conference held March 26-29 in Atlanta and hosted by Georgia Perimeter College.
Kersenbrock, who has been with Seminole State since 1987, completed her bachelor’s degree in nursing at the University of Bridgeport, Conn., and her master’s degree in nursing, with minors in nursing education and gerontology, at the University of Nebraska Medical Center. She is working on her doctorate in higher education leadership from the University of Central Florida.
Kersenbrock oversees the College’s career and professional programs, including all of Seminole State’s healthcare programs.
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