Dr. Cheryl Roberts appoints new Executive Vice President at Shoreline Community College

Wednesday, April 20, 2016

Alison Stevens, Ph.D.
Photo courtesy Everett Community College
After an extensive national search, Dr. Cheryl Roberts, President of Shoreline Community College, announced the appointment of Alison Stevens, Ph.D. as Shoreline’s new Executive Vice President of Academic and Student Affairs.

“I am pleased to announce my decision to appoint Allison Stevens as the new EVP-ASA beginning July 2016. We are both fortunate that Dr. Stevens has a strong interest in returning to Shoreline to work with us, and her leadership skills will complement the work ahead of us and help students 'finish what they start'."

Stevens will begin employment with Shoreline July 1, 2016. Stevens was most recent Vice President of Instruction and Student Affairs with Everett Community College in Everett. Stevens served previously at Shoreline Community College as Interim Vice President of Academic and Student Affairs for six months in 2014 before accepting the position in Everett.

Stevens said “I am delighted that this opportunity allows me to return to Shoreline and work with the dedicated faculty and staff and new leadership provided by Dr. Roberts. I am excited to share my passion and commitment to continue shoreline’s exceptional work focused on student achievement and success." 

Prior to Everett Community College, Stevens also served seven years as an Instructional Dean for Seattle Central and North Seattle Colleges. In addition to her Community College roles, Alison designed customized programs for International students as well as taught for thirteen years in Spanish, English as a second language, and linguistics at the University of Washington.

Stevens holds a Doctorate in Theoretical Linguistics and Masters in teaching English as a Second Language from the University of Washington.


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