Northwest Mississippi Community College is pleased to announce that Dwayne Casey, district dean of Workforce Solutions, has been promoted to the position of associate vice president for Workforce Solutions and Career-Technical Education.
“I look forward to working with the Workforce Solutions and Career-Technical Education team to develop the workforce necessary for the community and economic success of Northwest’s district,” Casey said.
A Northwest employee for 20 years, Casey has held a variety of positions with the college, including Workforce Development coordinator, assistant director of Workforce Development, director of Workforce Development and Community Services, and associate dean of Workforce Solutions and Manufacturing Programs.
“I’m pleased to have somebody as experienced as Dwayne to take over the reigns of this important branch of the college, and I look forward to working closely with him,” said Dr. Matthew Domas, vice president of Instruction.
A Northwest alumnus, Casey earned an Associate of Arts degree from the college before earning a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Memphis and a Master of Science degree from Amberton University.
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