BRCC Announces Leadership Appointments

Mr. Corlin LeBlanc Appointed Vice Chancellor for Finance and Administration

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Baton Rouge Community College is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr. Corlin LeBlanc as Vice Chancellor for Finance and Administration.

Mr. LeBlanc is a Certified Public Accountant, with 12 years of professional level accounting and financial management experience. He most previously served at BRCC as Interim Vice Chancellor of Finance. Prior to that position, he served as Assistant Vice Chancellor of Finance, and Director of Accounting and Finance. Before beginning his career at BRCC, Mr. LeBlanc served as a Senior Financial Auditor at the Louisiana Legislative Auditors Office and Financial Controller at Nunez Community College.

In his new role, Mr. LeBlanc will coordinate the administrative and financial operations, direct the preparation and presentation of the budget, and coordinate the administrative activities of Accounting and Finance, Facilities, Purchasing, Public Safety, and Audits.

Born and raised in New Orleans, Mr. LeBlanc graduated from Tulane University in 2008 with a Bachelor's of Science Management Degree in Accounting. He is married to Dr. Melanie McHenry-LeBlanc and is the proud father of two sons, Jack and Jacob LeBlanc.

He assumed his new role as Vice Chancellor for Finance and Administration on July 1, 2020.

 

Dr. Sarah Barlow Appointed Interim Vice Chancellor of Academic and Student Affairs

sarahBaton Rouge Community College (BRCC) is pleased to announce the appointment of Sarah Barlow, Ph.D. as Interim Vice Chancellor of Academic and Student Affairs.

Dr. Barlow most recently served as Assistant Vice Chancellor of Student Affairs. She previously held the positions of Interim Executive Director of Enrollment Management and Student Services and Department Chair of the English and Humanities Department.

She began her career at BRCC in 2010 as a faculty member in the English and Humanities Department. In that role, Dr. Barlow chaired the Faculty Senate Assessment Committee and worked on the General Education Assessment Committee. She was also able to research and implement a campus-wide process for academic program review which resulted in the successful review of 22 programs. Throughout her time at BRCC, Dr. Barlow has participated in and/or developed various campus activities including Division/Department Advising "Social" Events, Academic Program Review (APR), SACSCOC Compliance Certification, the New Student Orientation Pilot, and the "Get Reoriented" advising event.

In her new role as Interim Vice Chancellor of Academic and Student Affairs, Dr. Barlow will continue her responsibility in the areas of management, supervision, and operations of Student Affairs units. She will now also provide college-wide leadership in the areas of student learning, academic pathways, faculty and staff development; and guidance in the development of class schedules college catalogs, course and program publications, and other key academic reports and documents. Further, Dr. Barlow's role will support, encourage and implement professional development opportunities for faculty, which will provide training and development in various modalities of instructional delivery as well as leadership advancement.

Dr. Barlow holds both a Bachelor of Arts degree in English and a Master of Arts degree in Literature from the University of Toledo in Ohio. In 2004, she moved to Louisiana to pursue doctoral studies, earning her Ph.D. in English at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette. She lives in Lafayette with her husband and son.

She assumed her new role as Interim Vice Chancellor of Academic and Student Affairs on May 25, 2020.

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