David Case was recently selected Vice President for Institutional Research and Effectiveness at East Central Community College in Decatur, announced ECCC President Dr. Billy W. Stewart.
Case, who began his new duties on May 1, 2014, previously served as Director of Monitoring at the Mississippi Community College Board in Jackson, where he assisted in developing an improved statewide audit system for community colleges for more than 80,000 students.
Case has more than 21 years of experience in higher education, which includes 18 years of service at ECCC, where he first served as Director of Technology Management and later as Dean of Admissions, Records and Research.
While at ECCC, Case was actively involved in the development and submissions of the college’s 10-year reaffirmation report to the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. He was also involved in educational research for a number of years.
“Mr. Case has unique insight into the needs of ECCC and is excited about the opportunity to assist us in our endeavors to fulfill 2020 Vision,” said Dr. Stewart.
A graduate of Jim Hill High School in Jackson, Case received a bachelor’s degree in engineering from the University of Mississippi and earned a master’s degree in business administration from Millsaps College. He has completed additional coursework toward a doctorate in management science at the University of Alabama.
He is married to the former Paige Sullivan of Brookhaven, a Spanish and English instructor on the high school and collegiate levels. They have three daughters, Karen Elizabeth and Catherine Lovorn, both upperclassmen at Mississippi State University in Starkville, and Mary Madelon, a high school senior.
David’s wife, Paige, is the daughter of the late Doug Sullivan of Louisville and Karen Lovorn of Nanih Waiya.