Jacqueline Screws Named CVCC President


Chancellor Jimmy Baker with President Jackie Screws at the ACCS Board of Trustees meeting, January 10.

MONTGOMERY – At the Alabama Community College System board of trustees meeting on Wednesday, Chancellor Jimmy H. Baker announced the selection of Jacqueline Screws as president of Chattahoochee Valley Community College (CVCC).

Screws has more than three decades of experience in education administration and student affairs. Most recently, she served as Dean of Student Affairs and Sparks Campus for Wallace Community College – Dothan, a role she served in for more than 17 years.

“Ms. Screws’ career has been dedicated to the success of her students and Chattahoochee Valley will be well-served by her experience,” Baker said. “Her proven track record of overseeing a community college campus and her familiarity with the unique needs of two-year colleges and their students make her a tremendous asset to CVCC.”

Prior to her current role, Screws served as Dean of Student Services of Sparks Technical College before it merged with Wallace Community College – Dothan in 1999. In addition to her roles as Dean, Screws has held a number of progressive positions since joining the ACCS in 1989. In addition to her role with the College, Screws serves on numerous community boards and councils including the United Way of Barbour County, the Career/Technical Advisory Council for the Eufaula City School System, the Eufaula Barbour County Chamber of Commerce, the Boys and Girls Club of Lake Eufaula and Leadership Barbour.

“I’ve seen first-hand what an incredible impact Alabama’s community colleges can have on students and communities and I’m excited to continue that mission at Chattahoochee Valley,” Screws said. “It is an honor to be selected to serve in this capacity and I look forward to joining the Pirate Family.”

Screws’ tenure at CVCC will begin February 1, 2018.

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 About ACCS – www.accs.ccThe Alabama Community College System (ACCS) consists of 24 comprehensive community and technical colleges, Marion Military Institute and the Alabama Technology Network (ATN). ACCS is committed to providing a unified system of institutions delivering excellence in academic education, adult education, and workforce development.