Join Dr. Kandi Deitemeyer, president of Central Piedmont Community College, as she engages in a virtual conversation with students on leadership on leadership, the pandemic and conquering possibility!
Dr. Deitemeyer was named Central Piedmont Community College’s fourth president and assumed the role in January 2017. Dr. Deitemeyer is committed to a vision that is advanced, college-wide, constituent-engaged, transparent, and student-centered. She brings her high-impact energy and engagement to many local, statewide, and national efforts. Locally, she serves on the Leading on Opportunity Council and the Charlotte Region Collaborative for a Global Workforce. She is an active member of the North Carolina Association of Community College Presidents, currently serving as president. After many years of service as a board member, she currently serves on the Executive Council for the Southern Association of College and Schools Commission on Colleges. Nationally, she serves as a board member of the American Association of Community Colleges.
Dr. Deitemeyer and her husband, Gary, and their daughter, Zoe, reside in Charlotte.
To see a recent conversation with Dr. Deitemeyer and Marco Gallardo, a current Central Piedmont Welding Technology student, as they discuss learning during the COVID-19 pandemic, click on the link below.
Check back soon for more details and a link to join Dr. Deitemeyer.