LFCC names vice president
Kimberly P. Blosser has been named vice president of academic and student affairs at Lord Fairfax Community College.
For the past three years, Blosser served as LFCC’s associate vice president of instruction at the Middletown campus, was responsible for the instructional program and personnel at the Luray-Page County Center and managed the program review process for all academic programs.
Blosser came to LFCC from Blue Ridge Community College in 2012, where she served as chief information officer, dean of math, physical sciences and technology and associate professor of information systems technology.
Blosser earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration and a master’s in education from Eastern Mennonite University. She earned a master’s in management information systems and a doctorate in education with a concentration in higher education from Nova Southeastern University in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
A native of Page County, she lives in Stanley.