Lindsay Wilson-Galloway Named Director of Ozarka College – Mountain View campus

Lindsay Wilson-Galloway has been named director of operations at the Ozarka College – Mountain View campus. Her first day was Monday, July 1.

“We are excited that Lindsay will now be serving as director of operations at the Mountain View Campus,” Jason Lawrence, vice president of
administration said in making the announcement. “Her attention to detail, organizational skills and student-centered approach to learning will ensure
that students continue to receive an excellent level of service. I know that Lindsay will work hard to serve the students, faculty, staff, and the
Mountain View community.”

Wilson-Galloway, a Mountain View resident, previously worked as an advisor and employability coordinator with the Ozarka College Career Pathways
Initiative. She is also an adjunct business instructor for the College.

“I am overwhelmed with the outpouring of support and confidence that has been bestowed upon me by my peers, colleagues, the community and the
college,” she said. “I am thrilled at this incredible opportunity and will continue my commitment to our students, staff, faculty and community.”

A 2003 graduate of Ozarka College, she went on to receive her Bachelor of Science in management from Arkansas State University, as well as her Master
in Business Administration. She is currently working on her doctorate in Business Administration through Walden University.

She and her husband, Joe, have three children; Isaac, Preslee and Markus. She is the daughter of Roger and Donna Wilson of Mountain View.

“Our Mountain View campus is in exceptional hands with Lindsay ‘at the helm’ serving students and the community,” said Ozarka College President Dr.
Richard Dawe. “She brings valuable experience to the position and a true heart for serving our students.”

Ozarka College is a comprehensive technical/community college, with locations in Fulton, Izard, Sharp and Stone counties. The college offers 28
associate degrees, technical certificates and certificates of proficiency, as well as workforce training, continuing education and adult basic education.