The Carl Albert State College Board of Regents recently named Jaime Henson the Interim Campus Director of CASC Sallisaw after Bryan Warner’s victory in his race for Deputy Chief of the Cherokee Nation.
As the daughter of life-long educators in rural Oklahoma, Henson is extremely passionate about education and her community.
“I feel blessed and privileged to serve our students,” said Henson, “in my new role with CASC. Our campus is a rich resource for our community; both traditional and non-traditional students in Sequoyah County, and the surrounding areas, have been able to find their place with us and invest in themselves. Our top priority is to help each student who walks through our doors realize their potential and equip them with the knowledge and skills they need in order to accomplish their goals.”
Henson has great expectations and plans for CASC Sallisaw and is excited to get started. She encourages potential students to plan a visit to campus and talk with their team about the opportunities in store for each student at CASC.
“Jaime has been a cornerstone of our Sallisaw campus for many years,” said Dr. Jay Falkner, CASC President. “She has continually stepped up to meet the needs of our students, and employees, and we are proud to have her lead CASC Sallisaw into the future of higher education.”
KXMX News Staff
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