Dr. Alyssa Martin Named Director of the North Dakota Center for Distance Education
BISMARCK, N.D. – Dr. Alyssa Martin has been selected as the new director of the North Dakota Center for Distance Education (NDCDE). Dr. Martin formerly served as the director of Policy Services for the North Dakota School Boards Association. In that role, she developed hundreds of policies for school districts statewide, planned and implemented professional development for school leaders, lobbied on key education legislation, and founded the North Dakota School Business Managers Certification program. Most recently, she served as the assistant vice president for Academic Affairs at the University of Mary, where she oversaw regional accreditation, programmatic assessment and evaluation, retention, faculty development, state authorization, and several academic support services.
She begins her new position on August 22.
The North Dakota Center for Distance Education (NDCDE) is an accredited, non-profit, distance education school that has been providing educational opportunities to students around the world since 1935. NDCDE's courses are available to any students in grades K-12. Visit www.cde.nd.gov to learn more about the NDCDE.