Lori Lemoine, 2012
- Co-Curricular Activities/Intramural Sports Supervisor
- DSC employee since 2008 (Tri-State), 2010 (Full Time)
Degrees and schools where awarded: 2008 BAS Supervision and Management – Daytona State College
- 2008 - Above and Beyond Award – Daytona State- Service to the DeLand Campus
- 2010 - Daytona State College Hall of Fame Recipient
- 2010-2012 - Career Employee Association President
Last book read: “The Leadership Challenge” by: Kouzes and Posner
Outside interests: Volunteering; stage management and tech for theatre; letterboxing; politics; reading; chair of Lake Helen Park and Recreation Board; member of Shoestring Theatre board; 4H Co-Leader/ Volunteer
What projects are you working on right now? Working on my MS in Leadership in Higher Education from Capella University; serving in the CEA to increase awareness and involvement; creating and developing a new funding mechanism for our clubs and organizations; expanding the offerings of our Co-Curricular Activities Department; volunteering at voter’s registration drives for the up-and-coming elections.
Most rewarding thing about my Daytona State College experience: Helping our students achieve their goals has been the most rewarding thing about being a member of the DSC family.
What did you do prior to joining Daytona State College? SGA President for DSC, 2007-2008; Volusia County Schools, United Way and Elections Office volunteer; resident assistant for the Duvall Home for Mentally Handicap Children
What is one goal you still hope to achieve in your career? I would like to receive my doctorate in Higher Education Administration, focusing on the importance of engagement outside the classroom and how that impacts student success.
One thing people are surprised to find out about me is: I have a 12- year-old daughter.
If they could bottle your personality what would the label read? Determination, honesty, and optimism
If you could have a dinner party and invite any four people, dead or alive, the guest list would be: Cleopatra VII, JFK, Golda Meir, and Noam Chomsky
The Daytona State of Mind to me is: A commitment to work together to develop a passion for life-long learning in our students.