Title: Retired Vice President of Community Relations and Development
Company: Forsyth Technical Community College
Location: Winston-Salem, North Carolina, United States
James Rousseau, Retired Vice President of Community Relations and Development with Forsyth Technical Community College, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Educators for dedication, achievements, and leadership in educational administration.
Now retired, Mr. Rousseau most recently excelled as the vice president of community relations and development for Forsyth Technical Community College, a role he started in 2014. Prior to this position, he was an assistant principal, science teacher and administrator at the same institution. In preparation for his career in academia, Mr. Rousseau attended Knoxville College and graduated with a bachelor’s degree. He earned a master’s degree from North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University and an educational specialist degree from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University.
Alongside his primary roles, Mr. Rousseau has maintained active involvement in community and civic organizations. He contributed to the Forsyth Technical Community College Minority Male Mentoring Program, the Northwest American Red Cross and the Grace Presbyterian Church. Mr. Rousseau previously served as the president of the North Carolina chapter of the National Council on Black American Affairs. He was a member of the executive committee with the North Carolina Association for Institutional Research and maintains affiliation with the Western County Workforce Development Board. Mr. Rousseau attributes his success to his hard work and focus. In the coming years, he plans to continue making a difference in others’ lives through the Forsyth Technical Community College Minority Male Mentoring Program.
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