New executive director to lead FDLTCC Foundation
Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College appointed Reid Haglin, Ed.D., as executive director of the college's Foundation. Haglin is responsible for leading and managing the fund-raising efforts and development activities of the Foundation, as wel...
Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College appointed Reid Haglin, Ed.D., as executive director of the college's Foundation. Haglin is responsible for leading and managing the fund-raising efforts and development activities of the Foundation, as well as working with the Foundation Board of Directors. Haglin began serving in this role at the end of 2006.
Prior to joining the college staff, Haglin was an organizational management consultant, where he worked with non-profit and community agencies to develop long-range and strategic plans. Previously, Haglin worked as a University of Minnesota Extension director in St. Louis County, where he managed multiple administrative offices in Hibbing, Virginia and Duluth. Haglin also was the campus administrator for Wisconsin Indianhead Technical College in Superior, Wis.
Haglin holds a doctorate degree in educational administration from the University of Minnesota. He also holds a Master of Business Administration from Minnesota State University-Mankato, and a Bachelor of Science in history and social science from Bemidji State University. Presently, Haglin serves as vice president of finance for the Voyageurs Area Council, Boy Scouts of America. He also is on the WDSE Public Television Board of Directors, and the Superior, Wis., Boys and Girls Club Board of Directors. In the past Haglin has participated in numerous community organizations and activities.
Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College serves more than 2,500 students in credit courses annually and provides a variety of educational programs, cultural activities, and community events on its campus in Cloquet and through outreach sites in Minneapolis, Red Lake and Onamia. The college is a member of the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities System, which comprises 32 state universities and community and technical colleges serving the higher education needs of Minnesota. The college is part of the American Indian Higher Education Consortium, consisting of members from 35 tribal colleges and universities across the United States.
The mission of the Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College Foundation is to enhance the fiscal stability and visibility of the college. Through its activities, the Foundation increases access to educational opportunities, improves the quality of life of students, and helps create an environment that promotes the spirit of giving to build a prosperous, healthy community for the future.
For more information about the Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College Foundation, contact Reid Haglin at 218-879-0822 or firstname.lastname@example.org .