College Leadership

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Dr. Jami Woods

President, Wilson Community College

Welcome to Wilson Community College—we’re glad you’re here!

As you explore our information, you’ll find a wide range of curriculum and continuing education programs and courses. Whether you want to transfer to a four-year university, complete a degree leading to immediate employment, or upgrade your skills, you can do it at Wilson Community College. The college also provides flexible course delivery options—online and hybrid—to meet a variety of learner needs.

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Check out our podcast with the president!

In addition to the numerous educational offerings, you’ll find an inviting, stimulating college environment that challenges you to excel. Partnering with you on this journey are the exceptional faculty and staff who will support you every step along the way. Take advantage of a wide array of resources, such as online tutoring, faculty office hours (virtual and face-to-face), the library, computer labs, and the student lounge. And don’t forget that learning is enhanced through a rich student life experience, so get involved through clubs, special programs, and volunteer activities. When you choose Wilson Community College, you choose an institution that is fully committed to its students in and out of the classroom.

There is no substitute for investing in yourself, and education is the most powerful investment you can make. Take that first important step to a better future and enroll at Wilson Community College today. I look forward to seeing you on campus soon.

– Dr. Jami Woods, President

Board of Trustees

The WCC Board of Trustees consists of 12 members from diverse industries, tasked with ensuring the college’s fundamental values and missions are upheld across all operations.

President's Cabinet

Driven by the college’s mission, values, and strategic plan, the members of the President’s Cabinet strive to support economic growth in Wilson County by focusing on providing academic pathways for students to achieve success and become productive members of the local economy.

Meet the Cabinet members…

Rob Holsten is the Vice President for Academic Affairs at Wilson Community College. Beginning his career at WCC in 1991, he has served in many roles, from faculty member to department chair, to Dean of Continuing Education, and ultimately becoming the Vice President for Academic Affairs in 2016. Rob’s administrative oversight as Chief Academic Officer, includes curriculum (credit) and continuing education (non-credit) programming. Rob believes that education is more than teaching it’s about helping others develop the tools to transform their lives.

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Rob Holsten, Vice President for Academic Affairs

Amy Noel is the Vice President of Student Development for Wilson Community College. With more than 20 years of experience in higher education, she is grateful to be part of the transformative impact NC community colleges have on the lives of students and their families. Prior to joining Wilson Community College in 2016, Amy served as Dean of Student Services at Sampson Community College.

Amy Noel, Vice President of Student Development

Jessica Jones began her career at Wilson Community College in 1999 as the Assistant Controller of the Business Office and currently serves as the college’s Vice President of Finance and Administrative Services.  Jessica currently oversees all aspects of Finance, Auxiliary Services, Custodian and Maintenance, Facilities, Information Technology, Construction, and Vending services for the College.  Jessica’s 25 years of experience in finance is considered one of the contributing factors to the college’s continued successful financial audits.

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Jessica Jones, Vice President of Finance and Administrative Services
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Cindy Allen

Director of Human Resources
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Josh Harris

Executive Director of Marketing and Foundation
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Jennifer Holloway

Executive Assistant to the President, Secretary to the Board of Trustees
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Severe Weather Alert

Due to the threat of severe weather, the college will be closed on Friday, September 7, 2023.