President, North Texas Community College Consortium (NTCCC)
Dr. Christine Hubbard
has served as President of the North Texas Community
College Consortium since September of 2014.
has more than 25 years of experience working in higher education. She
has taught at the University of North Texas, the University of Texas at Arlington and at four of the five campuses of Tarrant County College District.
At UTA, Christine worked as
the Coordinator for Developmental Reading and Writing and then as Coordinator of Student Success Programs, which administered the Year One at UTA program and coordinated all academic support services on the UTA campus.
won the Tarrant County College Chancellor’s Award for Exemplary Teaching for
2009, and she served as Achieving the Dream Campus Coordinator for the Northwest Campus. From 2011-2013, Christine served as Humanities Division Dean for the Northwest Campus.
next served as Director of Academic Operations for the Tarrant County College District and finally as Vice President of Academic
Operations for TCC Connect, the administrative unit of Tarrant County College District responsible for eLearning, Dual Credit, and Weekend College.
has extensive experience creating and delivering professional development. She collaborated on the creation of the Tarrant County
College District New Faculty Orientation and served on the planning committee for the event 2008-2013. She served as the Achieving the Dream Campus Coordinator for the Tarrant County College Northwest Campus.
She was the program chair for the Community College Humanities Association National Conference in 2011 and has served as co-chair and on the planning committee for the North Texas Community College Consortium Developmental Education Regional Forums from 2007-2012.
is a product of the North Texas Community College Consortium. Christine has actively participated in Consortium events since 2003 and is
a graduate of the 2005-2006
Consortium Leadership And Renewal Academy website (CLARA) program.