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1201 Kitty Hawk
Universal City, TX
(210) 486-5387
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Tammy Perez

As Interim Dean for Academic Success, Tammy Perez oversees the AlamoInstitutes of Creative and Communication Arts, Public Service, and Business and Entrepreneurship, including the Divisions of Business, Communications, Humanities, and Psychology (BCHP), English and Education, Fine and Performing Arts, and Social Sciences.

Tammy Perez has taught in higher education settings for over 25 years at both two-and four-year institutions. Within the Alamo Colleges District, she began as an adjunct for St. Philip’s College in 1998. She went on to work full-time at San Antonio College and, while there, served as department chair, then accreditation liaison for SAC@NLC courses. In July, 2017, she was hired as Chair of Business, Communication, Humanities and Psychology at Northeast Lakeview College. She has years of experience working with curriculum, international issues, strategic planning, and faculty mentoring. Her previous training includes Quality Texas Examiner’s Training, Project Management Professional Training, and Change Management Certification. In 2011, she participated in the Alamo colleges Leadership Academy for Success (ALAS) where she was honored with an ALAS faculty award and peer award and she has additionally received the UT Austin NISOD Excellence award. Tammy Perez holds a B.A. degree in Spanish Education from Purdue University, a Master’s degree in Spanish from the University of New Mexico, and a second M.A. in Ibero-Romance Philology and Linguistics from UT Austin. She is currently working on a doctorate in Higher Education Leadership.

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