Interested in assisting with the conference? It takes a big team to manage the Annual Conference and your help is needed. Here are some tasks that will get you involved in the conference and make a big difference toward its success.
- Day Chair
- Awards Committee member
- Proposal Committee member
- Registration Table greeter
- Technology guru
Raise your hand and get more out of your conference investment. Contact Chris Nesmith, firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Meet Our Volunteers
Dan Connell is the Assistant Vice President for Adult Education and College Access at Morehead State University in Morehead, Kentucky. Dan has been involved with adult learners, credit for prior learning, distance learning, and college access and success while at Morehead State University. He has been involved with ACHE, ACHE South, and Kentucky ACHE since 2000. He is currently serving as chair of the Awards Committee for ACHE South.
Susan Elkins serves ACHE South as the host for the 2016 conference. Read more about Susan in the Member Spotlight.
Jenny Hinely is the Marketing and Creative Manager at the University of West Florida. She is the ACHE South Conference webmaster.
Amy Johnson has nearly 15 years of experience in higher education and is the Director of INtopFORM, East Tennessee State University’s Quality Enhancement Plan. Her scholarship has focused on the science of student learning as well as success factors for adult and non-traditional students. Amy has been active in the ACHE South region serving on conference planning committees and as Chair. She currently serves on the ACHE Board of Directors and is Chair of the Research Committee.
Rick Osborn is Dean of School of Continuing Studies and Academic Outreach at East Tennessee State University. A continuing educator for over 30 years, Rick has served as President of ACHE, Chair of ACHE South (then Region VII), and President of the Tennessee Alliance for Continuing Higher Education (TACHE). He is currently the Executive Secretary/Treasurer of TACHE and is very excited about this year’s South Conference in Memphis.
Marilyn is a Coordinator for Continuing Education at Delta State University. She began her higher education career in Institutional Research, but quickly moved to Continuing Education, where she found her niche. As an active member of ACHE for the past 9 years, Marilyn has served on numerous planning committees and as the 2011-2012 South Region Chair. Currently, she is volunteering for the 2016 South conference as chair of the First Timer's Breakfast.
Dianna is an Associate Professor in University College and Program Coordinator for the Bachelor of Integrated Studies, Bachelor of Science in Liberal Studies and Professional Studies. She is currently serving as the 2016-2017 President for MTSU’s Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society. Dianna is volunteering to oversee session presiders and conference evaluations.