Dean of Arts, Sciences, and Humanities
Dean of Business, Professional, and Technical
Dean of Health Professions
Assistant Dean of Sciences and Kinesiology
Assistant Dean of Business, Professional, and Technical
Assistant Dean of Humanities and Fine Arts
The main phone number for the campus is (903) 874-6501.
Dean of Arts, Sciences, and Humanities since November of 2012.
Mrs. Carol Hanes has served as the Dean of Arts, Sciences, Humanities, and Kinesiology on the Corsicana campus since November 2012. Prior to this position, she was the Assistant Dean of Humanities and Kinesiology. During her 30-year career in education, Mrs. Hanes has served as teacher and administrator in both public and private elementary, junior high, high school, and college campuses.
Mrs. Hanes received her bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education from Baylor University and her master’s in Education from the University of Texas with a focus in English and Curriculum/Instruction. She has earned additional hours in English from Tarleton State University and Oxford University, England. As a college English instructor for over 15 years prior to her administrative career, she brings experience with students and the classroom to her role as Academic Dean.
Currently, Mrs. Hanes is pursuing her doctorate in Education from Texas A&M-Commerce with a focus on administration at the community college level. Her interests are in student success and student engagement.
Phone number: (903) 875-7594
Dean of Business, Professional, and Technical Education
Dean of Business, Professional, and Technical Education since March of 2012.
Ms. Judith Cutting was named the Dean of Business, Professional and Technical Education in March of 2012. She began her tenure at Navarro College as the Registrar in 2004 and was promoted to Assistant Dean of Business and Technology in 2007. Since 1995, she has gained a rich and dynamic work experience from working in numerous Texas community colleges. In addition, she has over ten years of experience in the business world. She currently teaches Leadership in the Business Administration program and is committed to collaborating with Business and Industry in the Navarro College Service area to provide pathways to employment for Navarro College students. She actively seeks opportunities to promote Career and Technical Education and welcomes inquiries from prospective students, high school guidance counselors and Business and Industry Representatives who would like more information about educational opportunities specific to Navarro College. In support of this effort, Ms. Cutting wrote a grant funded by the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board to develop an eCourse (MPOWER Texas) providing access for professional development to high school and college guidance counselors on career and technical educational opportunities available in the state of Texas.
Mrs. Cutting earned a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology with a Business Minor from Adams State College in 1994. She holds a Masters of Science in Higher Education Administration/Community College Emphasis from Texas A&M Commerce.
Phone number: (903) 875-7511
Dean of Health Professions since March of 2012.
Mrs. Glenda Terry has been a member of the Navarro College staff since 2006 where she began her career as the Assistant Dean of Health Professions and later as the Dean of Health Professions in March 2012. Prior to her tenure at Navarro College, she worked for more than 20 years as a Registered Nurse. She worked and managed the Intensive Care Unit/Medical and Respiratory Units at Navarro Regional Hospital and later served as the Chief Nursing Officer for Triad Hospitals, Inc., at Navarro Regional Hospital. She has served on many boards within the Corsicana community including the American Red Cross, the House of Refuge and currently is a member of the Board of Trustees for Navarro Regional Hospital.
Mrs. Terry received her Associate Degree of Nursing from Navarro College and later earned her Bachelor of Nursing from University of Texas at Arlington. She earned her MS degree in Human Relations and Business from Amberton University.
Mrs. Terry’s passion is nursing and health professions and she looks forward to sharing her passion with students who are interested these fields.
Phone number: 903-875-7585
Assistant Dean of Sciences and Kinesiology in May of 2007.
Prior to Mr. Joe Guerra’s career at Navarro College, Mr. Guerra taught high school Spanish and was the Principal at the Brownsboro Middle School. In Fall 2002, he became an adjunct Spanish instructor at Navarro College. He was promoted to full-time instructor in 2003 and served in that capacity until assigned as the Assistant Dean in 2007. As the Spanish instructor, he taught Beginners Spanish I and II and Conversational Spanish III and IV.
In his leadership role at Brownsboro Middle School, along with faculty and staff, he was able to attain a “Recognized” status by TEA in the 1999-2000 academic school year. His assignment to the Assistant Dean position at Navarro College is a special accomplishment in his educational career. Mr. Guerra is a member of the National Community College Hispanic Council, NCCHC.
Mr. Guerra earned a Bachelor of Arts with UT Tyler, a Masters of Education at Texas A&M University-Commerce. He is currently working on his Ed.D. in Higher Education with North Central University.
Phone number: (903) 875-7425
Assistant Dean of Business, Professional, and Technical Education in September of 2013.
Mr. Brad Richardson has 23 years of law enforcement experience with several agencies in Texas. His previous employment experience includes working for the Smith County Juvenile Probation, Smith County Sheriffs Office, and Texas Youth Commission. He started his employment at Navarro College as an Adjunct Criminal Justice Instructor and later became the Program Coordinator and Associate Professor of Criminal Justice. He held this position until he was named Assistant Dean of Business, Profession, and Technical Education in September 2013.
Mr. Richardson is an active member of Texas Corrections Association, American Correctional Association, Community College Criminal Justice Instructors of Texas, and Sheriffs Association of Texas. His accomplishments and awards include being named President CCCJET Association 2013, Outstanding Specialized Management Staff – Texas Youth Commission (TYC) 2000, Texas Juvenile Detention Association (TJDA) Officer of the Year 1991.
Mr. Richardson received his bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice from the University of Texas at Tyler and his master’s in Criminal Justice-Juvenile Justice from Prairie View A&M University. He is currently in the process of earning his DBA in Criminal Justice from North Central University.
Phone number: (903) 875-7498
Assistant Dean of Humanities and Fine Arts in June of 2013.
Ms. Vicky Ferguson has ten years in higher education and six specifically in the community college setting. Her higher education career began at Hill College as the Student Support Services Tutor Coordinator. Realizing the potential of the tutoring profession, she continued in her advancement as the Director of Tutoring at Cedar Valley College in the Dallas County Community College District. During this time, Ferguson obtained Tutor Program Certification for Level I and II from the College Reading and Learning Association. In 2010, she worked for Tarleton State University as the First Year Experience Coordinator before moving into her adjunct teaching role in Family and Consumer Science for two years.
Ferguson earned a Master of Science Degree in Counseling and Development and Bachelor of Science Degree in Family Studies from Texas Woman’s University. She has taken additional coursework from Abilene Christian University and Texas Tech University providing her the opportunity to also teach in the area of psychology.
Phone number: (903) 875-7496