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LCO College Recognizes Recent Promotions of Key Personnel

The Lac Courte Oreilles Ojibwe College (LCOOC) is pleased to announce the following recent promotions: Lisa Munive has been promoted to Provost, as Provost; Ms. Munive oversees all academic departments, programs, faculty affairs, and academic support functions for the College. A former social worker, Lisa moved to higher education to empower others to create the life they want for themselves and others. Her background in Social Work and Transnational Human Service Leadership serves as a foundation for her work with faculty, staff, and students. Lydia DeNasha has been promoted to Chief Financial Officer; Ms. DeNasha is responsible for maintaining the financial integrity of the College in support of its vision and academic mission. Lydia has worked at the college since 2015 and is an alumnus of the college. She graduated with her Associate of Science in Business Administration – Small Business Management and Business Administration – Accounting in 2014. She will be graduating from Lac Courte Oreilles Ojibwe College with her Bachelor of Science in Business Administration the Spring of 2021. Stephanie St. Germaine has been promoted to Dean of Academic Affairs; Ms. St. Germaine is responsible for providing college-level leadership, management of faculty, developing academic programs, creating a climate of curricular innovation, among other duties. She brings to the college the knowledge of her Bachelor of Science in Marketing from Rasmussen College, Masters in Organizational Management and Leadership, and Masters in Education both from Ashford University, along with five years serving in the US Navy as an Aviation Boatswainmate Handler on the USS Bataan. Amber Marlow is the Dean of Continuing Education and Customized Training at Lac Courte Oreilles Ojibwe College. Ms. Marlow’s responsibilities have expanded to include oversight of the college’s outreach sites located in Bad River, Red Cliff, Lac du Flambeau, and St. Croix. As an alumnus of Lac Courte Oreilles Ojibwe College, Amber received a Dwight D. Eisenhower Transportation Fellowship Award and received her Bachelor of Science in Transportation and Logistics Management from the University of Wisconsin – Superior. Amber currently serves on many regional and national boards, including: the North Central Region Water Network, board member for the North Central Regional Center for Rural Development, North Central Region Sustainable Agriculture Research Education (SARE) Administrative Council member, and the President of the First American Land Grant Consortium (FALCON). Danielle Carley has been promoted to Associate Dean of Students / Work-Based Learning Director; Ms. Carley supports student’s success through career development programming and managing various grants that support student’s success. Additionally, Danielle oversees programs that provide supportive services to the students and community members. She has 15+ years of experience with the College in the Work-Based Learning Program. Danielle is a Lac Courte Oreilles Ojibwe College Alumnus, graduating


in 2003 with her Liberal Arts degree. She continued her education online with Charter Oak State College where she graduated with a Native American Studies/Behavior Sciences bachelor's degree.


Jamie Gohde, MSN, APRN, FNP-C has been promoted to Nursing Program Director; Ms. Gohde is responsible for overall leadership, development, and administration of the nursing program. She has enjoyed working as a nurse for 12 years in various roles. Jamie has a Master of Family Nurse Practitioner Degree from Marian University. Jamie is excited for the opportunity to teach the next generation of nurses the art of compassionate care blended with evidence-based practice. Nursing is truly an art; she feels it is an honor to care for those in need and have a positive impact in their lives.


Tristan Stevens has been promoted to Systems Administrator; Mr. Stevens is responsible for all technology. Mr. Stevens is a graduate of Chippewa Valley Technical College with an Associate of Arts as a Network Specialist.


For more information, contact Tamara Thimm, Director of Human Resources, at 715-634-4790 or visit www.lco.edu.