Distinguished Service Award
- The Distinguished Service Award recognizes individuals and organizations who have provided extraordinary service to Career Technical Education and NCLA. The recipient has made a significant and lasting impact on the field of Career Technical Education through their professional accomplishments and by having served in this profession for an extended period. They have also earned the respect and admiration of their colleagues.
Nominations close March 1, 2020.
2019 Recipient Bryan Albrecht:
Dr. Bryan Albrecht has served as Gateway's President since 2006. Serving as the college’s chief executive, Dr. Albrecht oversees the college's 70 academic programs, 9 campus and center locations, and a comprehensive $160 million budget and a progressive $4 million college foundation. Gateway represents Kenosha, Racine, and Walworth counties and has an economic impact of more than $400 million annually.
In this role, Dr. Albrecht represents the college on more than 50 local, state, and national boards. He supports a comprehensive and vision-driven college, by increasing student support, contemporary programming, positive community partnerships, and innovative classrooms and facilities that reflect the business and industry. Guiding this vision is a team of more than 600 education professionals and 400 industry advisory committee partners.
Under Dr. Albrecht's leadership, Gateway has been recognized as a military friendly college, an innovative college by the United States Department of Labor, a leadership college by the Association for Career and Technical Education, and a model college by the American Association of Community Colleges for sustainable education and economic development.