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NWACC's Board of Trustees governs the college and consists of nine elected members, who are residents and qualified electors of the NWACC taxing district - the Rogers and Bentonville public school districts.
NWACC also has a cabinet consisting of leaders from around the college. Learn more
about NWACC's president and various division and department leaders below.
Board of Trustees Members
The nine board members take pride in overseeing, guiding and advancing NWACC and its mission to provide accessible, affordable and quality education.
- Dr. Carolyn Reeves, Zone 1
- Lori Frank, Zone 2
- Rachel Harris, Zone 3
- Todd Schwartz, Zone 4
- Ron Branscum, Zone 5
- Mark Scott, Zone 6
- Jonathan Woods, Zone 7
- Amber Latimer, Zone 8
- Joe Spivey, Zone 9
Dr. Dennis C. Rittle
Oversees NWACC's administration. Dr. Rittle is the fourth president of the college, joining a group of exceptional leaders, who have contributed to the college's growth, development and success.
Senior Vice President for Learning
Provides leadership to carry out the academic mission of the college by cultivating and supporting faculty excellence and achievement.
Dr. Justin White
Vice President of Student Services
Responsible for the overall leadership in planning, organizing and directing all student services and support programs.
Vice President of Finance and Administration
Oversees the college budgeting, planning, human resources and campus information technology, as well as project management, public safety and risk management, and the physical facilities and construction.
Chief of Staff and Executive Director of Communications
Oversees the administrative, operational and budgetary functions of the Office of the President, as well as oversees the Marketing and Public Relations departments and serves as the official college spokesperson.
Executive Director of Advancement
Oversees all major gift and philanthropic fundraising to support the short and long-term plans of the college, and serves in a dual role as manager of the day-to-day operations of the NWACC Foundation and a liaison to the Foundation Board of Directors.
Responsible for the implementation, development and overall leadership of the NWACC Athletic Department, including NJCAA sports, club teams and intermural activities. Brooke serves as the college's first athletic director.