Central Baptist College Hires Director of Institutional Effectiveness
Stephen Elder has joined Central Baptist College as Director of Institutional Effectiveness. Stephen earned a Bachelor’s of Arts degree in Political Science from Henderson State University, a Master of Liberal Arts from Henderson State University, and is working on a Doctorate of Education at Walden University.
In addition to his new role at CBC, Mr. Elder serves as the CEO and Founder of Flint Consulting. His previous roles include Dean of ITT Technical Institute, Campus College Chair for the College of Humanities at the University of Phoenix, adjunct faculty at Pulaski Technical College, Assistant Dean of Students at Henderson State University, and ACE program coordinator at Henderson State. He remains on faculty with the University of Phoenix and Ouachita Baptist University as an adjunct instructor.
As Director for Institutional Effectiveness, Stephen will be responsible for institutional data collection and reporting, student information system development, and he will serve as the campus webmaster. He will also maintain and develop an institutional research plan, collaborate with Administrative staff and the Office of Public Relations to identify key national surveys to complete annually, as well as other duties assigned by the Vice President for Enrollment Management. CBC President Terry Kimbrow said, “I am pleased to have someone with the varied experiences Stephen brings to this new position. I know he will be a complement to the many offices with which he will work.”
Stephen is a member of New Life Church of Conway. He resides in Conway with his wife Britni, and their three children Phen, Bodey, and Sunny Lee.