Arriving at Northwest Mississippi Community College with almost 30 years of experience, Dr. Ginger Robbins has been tapped to act as the college’s first district dean of Enrollment Services.
“We are really excited about this new position,” said Dr. Tonyalle Rush, associate vice president for Student Services and Enrollment Management. “This is a great start for Enrollment Services, and we are so happy to welcome Dr. Robbins.”
Robbins comes to Northwest from the Make-A-Wish Mississippi office in Ridgeland, where she worked as the organization’s Donor Relations coordinator. Prior to her work with Make-A-Wish, Robbins spent five years with Mississippi College as the college’s registrar and seven years with Hinds Community College, where she is an alumna, serving in multiple roles.
“Having a background deeply embedded in the community college system, I am impressed by the strategic impact Northwest makes for students, families and the local economy,” Robbins said. “I am proud to be joining a college with such a rich history, and I’m very excited to be a part of the future of Northwest.”
Robbins earned an Associate of Arts from Hinds Community College, a Bachelor of Science in educational psychology from Mississippi State University, a Master of Science in therapeutic recreation from the University of South Alabama, and a Doctor of Philosophy in human capital development from the University of Southern Mississippi.
She is a Mid-South Community College Fellowship Program Fellow, a Hinds Community College Administrative Nonteaching Professional Lifestar Award winner and a 2010 Mississippi Business Journal “50 Leading Business Women” honoree.