Presenting our National Anthem
Our National Anthem for the Remington College Virtual Commencement is being Performed by Sarah Campbell, Manager of Quality Assurance for Instructional Technology. We would like to thank Sarah for contributing her talents on this special day for our students.
Heather Hensell, Ed.D. – Provost
Dr. Hensell serves as the Provost for Remington College. She taught both online and face-to-face for 12 years prior to joining Remington College in August of 2017. Heather earned her doctorate in higher education leadership from Gwynedd Mercy University and has a master’s degree in philosophy from the University of North Texas, a master’s degree in family studies from Texas Woman’s University, and a bachelor’s degree in philosophy and psychology from the University of North Texas. When she’s not cheering on the students at Remington College, Heather enjoys reading and instant film photography. She’s currently working on her first creative non-fiction short story and hopes to begin a Master of Fine Arts program in creative non-fiction in 2022.
Jon Daniels – Director of Campus Administration of Remington College Online and Knoxville
Jonathon Daniels is an U.S. Army Veteran – served in Operation Iraqi Freedom I, II and III. He is a two time Army Commendation Medal Recipient. Jon is married and the father of five children. He has worked in higher education for 16 years. Originally from Southern Illinois, an avid sports fan, Jon played college baseball and was scouted by Red Sox, Cardinals, Cubs and Braves.
Dr. Candy H. Ratliff, Associate Professor in the Department of Counseling at Texas Southern University
Dr. Candy H. Ratliff, Associate Professor in the Department of Counseling at Texas Southern University, is a Licensed Professional Counselor, Board Approved Supervisor, and Licensed Sex Offender Treatment Provider. Dr. Ratliff is also a National Certified Counselor and Certified Anger Resolution Therapist. She has more than thirty (30) years of teaching experience in the elementary, secondary, and higher education systems. She taught undergraduate courses in Texas Southern University’s Department of Sociology and served as Assistant Dean for Student Services in the Thomas F. Freeman Honors College. Her current position at Texas Southern University is Interim Chair of the Department of Counseling in the College of Education.
Trina Collins – Director of Campus Administration
Mrs. Trina Collins is a dedicated wife, mother and employee. She’s always desired to help others whether it was by assisting with patient care, or motivating others to achieve their goals. Mrs. Collins joined the Remington College family as an Allied Health instructor in 2006. Prior to teaching, she worked in the medical filed as a Medical-Surgical Assistant. Her Health Sciences background expands over 20 years in various specialties such as Internal Medicine, Psychiatry, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Oncology and Gynecological Oncology.
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