Last week, Florida Keys Community College welcomed Dr. Susan Freeman as the new Director of the Centers. Freeman will serve the vital role of overseeing operations of the college’s two northern locations: the Middle Keys Center in Marathon and the Upper Keys Center in Coral Shores.
Freeman was most recently the Director of Academic Support Services for the University of South Florida’s Venice Campus, which provided her the unique experience of being the lead administrator for a satellite site. Prior to that, she was a Counselor/Academic Advisor and an instructor in Elementary Education for USF’s College of Education. Freeman has also worked as an educator and athletics coach at Manatee Community College and in several school districts in Florida.
“Dr. Freeman’s background makes her perfect for this role,” says FKCC President Dr. Larry Tyree. “I’m confident she’ll prove to be an asset in helping us improve services for our valued constituents in the Middle and Upper Keys.”
Freeman has a doctorate in Curriculum and Instruction from the University of South Florida; two master’s degrees in Physical Education from the University of Central Florida and in Sports Management from Georgia Southern College, as well as a bachelor’s degree in Health and Physical Education from Georgia Southern College.
Freeman will split her time between FKCC’s centers in Marathon and Coral Shores.