|Brockton – Massasoit Community College is pleased to announce its new Vice President of Human Resources, Lisa Lowery. Among other things, she will be responsible for recruitment, performance management, employee relations, employee development, compensation, training, and diversity initiatives.
Ms. Lowery comes to Massasoit with over fifteen years of experience in human resources, with ten of those years in an educational setting. Recently, as Director of Human Resources at Middletown City Schools in Ohio, she managed a team of 14 employees while overseeing operations including process improvement and human resources metrics and analytics.
Ms. Lowery’s extensive experience in employment, compensation, labor relations, benefits, training and employee services will prove invaluable in her position as Vice President of Human Resources at Massasoit Community College. Please join us in welcoming her to the College.
Founded in 1966, in the heart of southeastern Massachusetts, Massasoit Community College is a public two-year college in the Massachusetts Public Higher Education System. It is accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC), one of the six regional accrediting bodies in the United States. Many departments carry additional accreditations. The College offers a full spectrum of associate’s degree programs in arts, sciences, and applied sciences as well as one year and short term certificates across a variety of occupations and interests. In addition the College offers corporate and job skills training courses.
The 100-acre Brockton campus is the site of six academic buildings, a student center, library, child care facility, two theaters, radio and television studios, a field house, and athletic grounds. The Canton campus is a single facility situated on eighteen acres and is a full-service campus offering associate degree and certificate programs including diesel technology, architectural technology, engineering technology, dental assisting, medical assisting, HVAC, graphic design, criminal justice, liberal arts, and business. Many of its programs are taught in specialized labs where students gain hands-on experience and training. Its technology programs provide education for careers that bridge the gap between technicians and engineers at a fraction of the cost of private institutions. The Canton campus is also home to the Milton Art Museum and Akillian Gallery. In the fall of 2010, Massasoit formally opened its newest academic site, the Middleborough Center. It has been approved to offer programs in Business Administration, Child Care, Criminal Justice, and Liberal Arts.