Executive Council

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McIntyre-EC1
Dr. Leonard McIntyre, President
 

Dr. McIntyre is a native of New Orleans. He received his undergraduate degree in Spanish education from Loyola University and his master’s degree from Tulane University in Spanish literature. He earned his doctorate in educational administration from Iowa State University. He has completed post-doctoral training at both Harvard and Columbia Universities. He is also a graduate of the Center for Creative Leadership.

Dr. McIntyre has taught at both the high school and college levels. In addition, he served as associate superintendent for instruction and staff development in Spartanburg School District 7, superintendent of schools in Hampton District 2 where he also served as State Deputy Superintendent of Education in South Carolina. His higher education experience includes serving as dean of the college of Education, Humanities and Social Sciences at South Carolina State University, as well as interim president of the university.

Drammeh-EC1Dr. Lamin Drammeh, Executive Director and Special Assistant to the President, Interim Vice President for Institutional Research, Planning and Development

Denmark Technical College has named Dr. Lamin E. Drammeh, Executive Director of the College, to serve as Chief of Staff and Special Assistant to the president. Dr. Drammeh joins us from SC State University where he served in several leadership positions including Senior Research Director for Outreach, Planning, and Development. Dr. Drammeh brings to Denmark Tech 15 years of higher education leadership, management, and development experience in both domestic and international arenas.

 

 

Mr. Ram'on O.Wideman, Vice President for Fiscal Affairs

Mr. Ram'on O. Wideman is a business and finance professional whose experience in managing fiscal affairs spans more than fifteen (15) years. A native of Greenwood, SC, he graduated Magna Cum Laude from the University of South Carolina with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science. Wideman also holds a Master of Arts in Business Management degree, a Master of Business Administration degree, and a Master of Health Administration degree from Webster University. Wideman is currently pursuing a Doctorate in Management from Walden University. He comes to us from Benedict College in Columbia, SC where he served as Director of Financial Planning & Analysis and Assistant Vice President for Business and Finance.

 

 

Mason Mr. Stephen Mason, Associate Vice President for Economic & Workforce Development

Mr. Mason is Associate Vice President of Economic & Workforce Development. He was hired in 2006 as Dean of Continuing Education and after leaving the college for a brief period, he returned as AVP of Economic & Workforce Development. He earned his undergraduate degree in Manufacturing/Mechanical Engineering Technology from Clemson University his master’s degree in Secondary Education from South Carolina State University. He has over 29 years of Industrial experience.

 

 

MackMrs. Teresa Mack, Interim V.P. for Student Affairs/Director of Grants and Contracts/Title III

Mrs. Tarshua Teresa Mack has been active in the field of grant management and development for 18 years. She has previous experience in project management in a corporate industry and strategic alliance and governance in a major non-profit organization. She has 14 years’ experience in Higher Education. Teresa has managed and developed numerous programs funded by Department of Education, Department of Energy, Department of Commerce, SC Department of Education, National Science Foundation, National Aeronautics Space Administration, Bank of America, U.S. Customs, Internal Revenue Services, AgFirst, and Home Depot. She currently serves as Director of Grants and Contracts, Title III and Special Programs. She has a Bachelors of Science Degree in Organizational Management, Masters of Arts Degree in Organizational Management and has completed significant courses in Project Management and Higher Education.

 

Denmark Technical College offers you a college experience that’s based on the latest of technology. Our priorities include small class sizes, commitment to the educational growth of our students, and pride in our outstanding faculty who have actual experience in their fields. Our staff also plays an essential role in assisting our students in achieving their educational goals.
Co-curricular activities are a vital part of the college experience and Denmark Technical College offers a diverse range of programs and services to support student success. Our programs complement the learning that takes place in the classroom and enhance the overall educational experience of our students.
The Academic Support Center provides tutoring and mentoring support to all Denmark Technical College students. Through these services, students will be afforded the opportunity to become independent learners and strengthen their academic weaknesses. The center is located in building 029 and is equipped with a tutorial computer lab for on-line tutoring services. DTC students may apply for tutoring at any point in a semester. All students are required to log in for sessions. Services are free to currently enrolled DTC students.