Faculty & Staff Profiles
Communications faculty started in banking but found her passion in teachingSeptember 21, 2017
Professor says you can speak comfortably in front of groups with planning, preparation and practice.
Criminal justice students learn law and order in Rick James’ classesAugust 30, 2017
You’ll learn more than fingerprinting and shoe castings from the former Master Police Officer.
TCC annual award winners to be honored on Aug. 17August 14, 2017
Selected by their peers, the honorees will receive their awards from President Edna V. Baehre-Kolovani at TCC’s 2017 Fall Convocation.
Psychology professor right at home teaching at Norfolk CampusJuly 3, 2017
“I’m my students’ biggest cheerleader and enjoy helping them apply what they learn to life.” - Lara Tedrow
Once upon a time she worked at 30 Rock. Now she’s a TCC instructorJune 19, 2017
Linda Ferrara brings her NYC experience to teaching a range of classes toward the Associate of Applied Science in Administrative Support Technology.
Navy veteran turned professor loving life in the classroom 16 years laterApril 13, 2017
Michael Plumb will be program head for mechanical engineering technology, which will be introduced as an associate degree at TCC this summer.
Krista Fulton works as a lawyer for the City of Norfolk by day, and at night, she teaches at TCCMarch 29, 2017
TCC alumna, who has spent a decade working for the Office of the Norfolk Commonwealth’s Attorney, teaches evening classes for the college’s paralegal studies program.
Alumna and arts professor lives, breathes and even wears Visual Arts CenterMarch 22, 2017
A tattoo on her ankle speaks to her passion for the faculty and students at 340 High St.
Staffer is passionate about preparing students to ‘go anywhere’March 1, 2017
“I tell my students all the time, ‘I don’t want to hold your hand. I want to give you a tool and teach you how to use it.’ ” – Kyndra Brown
Katina Barnes: 2017 MLK College Distinguished Service Award honoreeFebruary 22, 2017
Katina Barnes reminds Portsmouth Campus students that they’re writing their own story, and “you can change the ending.”