TCC Provost to Lead Workforce and Training Development
Dr. Brett Campbell, currently Provost at Tulsa Community College’s Southeast Campus, has been named Vice President for Workforce Development and Provost. Campbell will assess workforce needs in Tulsa County and collaborate with area employers and workforce agencies to establish training programs and academic curriculum to prepare TCC students for future employment opportunities. He will also provide curriculum oversight and training development with program reviews, community advisory committees, and continuous analysis of workforce programs college-wide. Campbell will also serve as the principle liaison with local, state, and national workforce boards and professional organizations.
Campbell has been with TCC for 12 years serving as Provost, Southeast Campus and Associate Vice President for Student Affairs. He previously served as Associate Vice President for Student Affairs/Dean of Students at Rogers State University. Campbell earned a Doctor of Higher Education Leadership from Oklahoma State University, a Master of Science in Curriculum and Instruction from OSU, and a Bachelor of Arts in History from University of Oklahoma.
Campbell is active in the Tulsa community with the Tulsa Chamber and the Oklahoma Aquarium Foundation Board of Directors. He, and his wife Jennifer, operate a cattle and pecan ranch in Wagoner County.