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Dr. Tina
Hart

Leadership Coach

Dr. Tina Hart currently serves as the interim vice president of enrollment and student services at Edmonds College. She previously served in the same role at Indian River State College, after serving for many years as the vice president of institutional effectiveness at IRSC. Prior to IRSC, she was the career placement specialist and diving coach at then Brevard Community College, now Eastern State College.

Dr. Hart received IRSC’s President’s Cup award in 2014 and the Association of Florida Colleges Leadership Award in 2016. She was awarded the Florida Atlantic University, School of Education Alumni Leadership Award in January 2018. In 2016–17 she led the institution’s Aspen Community College Excellence Award process which resulted in IRSC becoming a Top Ten Finalist and one of two colleges named a Finalist with Distinction. In 2018–19 she led the process again resulting in IRSC receiving the Aspen Community College Excellence Award. Since retiring Dr. Hart has continued to support colleges, higher education organizations, and student success centers by request.

Dr. Hart has also served on various local, state and national boards including the Hibiscus Children’s Center (HCC) Board, Association of Florida Colleges (AFC) Board, and the National Association for Two-Year College Athletic Administrators Executive Committee.

Education
Ph.D. (Higher Education Leadership) | Florida Atlantic University

M.A. (Counselor Education) | Florida Atlantic University

B.A. (Social Work) | Florida State University

Past Experience
Interim Vice President of Enrollment and Student Services | Edmonds College

Vice President of Enrollment and Student Services | Indian River State College (IRSC)

Vice President of Institutional Effectiveness | IRSC

Student Activities Counselor / Diving Coach | IRSC

Career Placement Specialist | Brevard Community College

How has education changed your life/your family?

Growing up poor in a family of seven, education changed the trajectory of the lives of everyone in my family, thanks to Pell Grants, scholarships, impactful relationships, and meaningful connections to people who believed in us along the way. My children have continued that legacy, one recently completing a doctorate degree and the other a Juris Doctorate, now continuing to shape deeply the lives of my grandchildren.

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