Rebecca Corbin is president & CEO of the National Association for Community College Entrepreneurship (NACCE). This leading nonprofit educational association serves 300 community colleges, 2,000 professionals, and impacts 3 million students. Corbin is the publisher of the quarterly Community College Entrepreneurship journal and co-editor of the book, Community Colleges as Incubators of Innovation (Stylus Publishing 2019). Over the past four years, she has raised millions of dollars of revenue that has been awarded to community colleges across the United States. These awards have led to the creation of new entrepreneurship curriculum, boot camps, and practical guides for faculty, staff, and presidents. Prior to joining NACCE, Corbin served as the vice president of institutional advancement/executive director of the foundation for Rowan College at Burlington County and as senior vice president for institutional advancement for the NJN Foundation. She earned a doctorate in organizational leadership & innovation from Wilmington University (DE) where she also received the Audrey K. Doberstein Award for Leadership. She has been a keynote speaker at regional, national and international conferences and a sought after facilitator for design thinking workshops.
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