Hondros College of Business Announces the New Position and Hire of a Director of Education
August 1, 2013 |
Hondros College of Business today announced the addition of a new staff member to a newly formed executive position at Hondros College. Angie Osborn assumed the role as Director of Education on July 8, 2013. The Director of Education will work directly with all faculty at Hondros College of Business and will oversee faculty development, new course direction and will be responsible for education quality and regulatory compliance. Angie comes to Hondros College with a strong background in post-secondary education management and corporate management.
“Our new Director of Education will serve as a liaison between the students and the faculty,” said Linda Hondros, president of Hondros College. “Angie will work directly with the students and staff to continually ensure Hondros College offers compelling curriculum while engaging and involving the students.”
“I am excited that Angie has joined our team,” said Tina Lapp, president of Hondros College of Business. “We continually strive to be the leader in the academic community and with this new position, we will be able to refine our current academic programs and create new and exciting programs that we will be able to offer to our students.”
“I’m thrilled to be joining Hondros College as its Director of Education,” said Angie Osborn. “I have realized from my 20 years of experience how much I love training, teaching, coaching and mentoring students and staff.”
Osborn continues, “I’m excited to help develop compelling curriculum and recruit the highest level of staff to ensure Hondros College continues to be a leader in the education area.”
Originally from Louisville, Angie was most recently the Director of Business Operations for American School of Technology. Previously, she was the Director of Administrative Services at Lincoln College of Technology. Additionally, she was an instructor and Chair for Business at ITT Technical Institute from 2006-2010 where she participated on a National Curriculum Committee for a two-year term, focusing on designing curriculum to meet employer’s needs.
Angie earned her MBA from Capital University and her B.S. in Marketing from Franklin University.
About Hondros College of Business
Hondros College of Business, based in Columbus, Ohio, educates individuals who want to improve their lives by entering new careers that offer stability, flexibility, independence and financial rewards. Hondros College of Business, with six Ohio campuses and with course offerings in many states nationwide, offers a variety of professional certificates and continuing education programs, as well as an Associate Degree in Business Management. Professional programs include real estate, appraisal, home inspection, mortgage, insurance, securities, personal training, online marketing and oil and gas safety. For more information, visit http://www.hondros.com.