Dr. Randall VanWagoner has been the President of Mohawk Valley Community College since July 1, 2007. He is in his second term as the President of the New York Community College Association of Presidents. Dr. VanWagoner also co-facilitates the Strategic Horizon Network of seven like-minded community colleges focused on innovation, vibrant organizational cultures, and equity from six different states. He serves on several local boards including serving as co-chair for the Oneida County Executive’s Vision 2020 initiative, as well as serving on the national policy trust for Jobs For the Future. Dr. VanWagoner has published several articles and presented regularly on leadership and organizational behavior at local, regional, and national events. Most recently, he published his first book titled, “Competing on Culture: Driving Change in Community Colleges.” Prior to coming to the Mohawk Valley, Dr. VanWagoner held several administrative positions at community colleges in Michigan, Colorado, and Nebraska. He attended Mott Community College in Flint, Michigan before receiving his B.A. in Communications from Oakland University in the Detroit area and his M.A. and Ph.D. degrees in Higher Education from the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor.