Dr. David Donathan, professor of management at St. Catharine College, has been elected to a three-year leadership term with the Kentucky Association for Continuing Higher Education.
“Being asked to serve in a leadership capacity with KACHE is a chance to give back to the phenomenal group I have been privileged to be a part of for the past 7 years,” Donathan said. “The opportunity to learn from and work with professionals from institutions such as NKU, WKU, Murray State, Morehead, EKU and KCTCS who also serve in national and regional leadership roles in continuing education has been invaluable and will continue to be an invaluable experience.”
As the association’s first elected officer from a private institution, he will serve as secretary for the 2014 meeting, move to vice chair (2015 meeting) and then chair (2016 meeting).
The KACHE represents the Commonwealth’s interests in promoting the development and growth of continuing education in all forms within the state. As part of the national Association for Continuing Higher Education, KACHE is an invaluable networking resource promoting professional development for educators working in adult, continuing and dual-credit fields.
Founded in the Dominican tradition in 1931 and sponsored by the Dominican Sisters of Peace, St. Catharine College, a Catholic Dominican college inspired by its founders, welcomes all to the challenging pursuit of truth, preparing them to become critical thinkers, ethical leaders and engaged citizens.