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Interim President Dr. Thomas Cleary

Dr Cleary PortraitDr. Thomas Cleary holds over twenty years of direct experience in planning, research, assessment, accreditation, and information systems. He has been employed at the Alamo Colleges District since 2007 where he held the position of Vice Chancellor for Planning, Performance, and Information Systems at the Alamo Colleges District.

Prior to coming to the Alamo Colleges District, Dr. Cleary served as Vice President for Planning and Effectiveness at the State College of Florida, in Bradenton, Florida for nine years. He also worked as the Executive Director for Planning and Research at Radford University (VA), the Director of Planning and Research and Herkimer Community College (NY), and as a Senior Planning and Research Associate at Colgate University (NY).

Additionally, he worked on, evaluated, and/or consulted on accreditation material for over fifty (50+) different colleges/universities.

His professional affiliations include, The American Association of Community Colleges (AACC), The Association for Institutional Research (AIR), Society for College & University Planning (SCUP), Southeastern Association for Community College Research (SACCR), Mensa, Big Brothers - Big Sisters, and Regional Chambers of Commerce and Economic Development Corporations.

His degrees include a B.S., M.S., M.B.A. and an Ed.D and his dissertation focused on strengthening the quality of education via the use of performance metrics.

 

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