2016-18 Board Members
Luke Walsh – President – Catawba Valley CC
I graduated from Indiana University in 2000 and then began teaching 8th grade mathematics at a small rural school in North Carolina. After five years in the public education system, I took a break to hike the Appalachian Trail. In 2007, I earned a masters in mathematics from Appalachian State University, and since then I have been a full-time mathematics instructor at Catawba Valley Community College (CVCC). When I am not in the classroom, I love camping with the family, visiting breweries, playing disc golf, and graphing mathematics.
Laura Taylor – President Elect – Cape Fear CC
I have been teaching at CFCC since 2004. I have taught a wide range of courses. I am thrilled for the opportunity to be part of a community that constantly works to improve the mathematics in North Carolina while supporting the hard working instructors in the trenches.
Glynis Mullins – Past President – Pitt CC
I have been teaching Developmental Math at Pitt CC since 2002. For the past 7 years, I have been the Developmental Math Coordinator. I graduated in 1991 with a B.S in Mathematics from Elizabeth City State University. I recently received a Masters of Education in Curriculum/Instruction from Central Michigan University in 2016. Also finishing a masters in Education in Technology (2017). I have served on the NCMATYC Board since 2010 as Eastern VP (2010-2012), Pres-Elect (2012-2014), President (2014-2016), and finally Past President (2016-2018). I love having fun and relaxing when I get a chance to do so. I love to spend time with family, travel, and listening to music.
Tammy Sullivan – Western Region VP – AB Tech CC
I started teaching in 1988. I am currently at Asheville-Buncombe Technical Community College. NCMATYC is a wonderful organization and great resource. I am excited to give back to something I gain so much from.
Amanda Klinger – Central Region VP – Davidson CC
This is my 13th year teaching at Davidson County Community College. I teach on the Davie campus, a satellite campus of DCCC, which means I am the only math teacher on my campus. I have pretty much taught all of the math courses, but I would have to say that Statistics is my favorite. In the little spare time I have, I enjoy playing recreational co-ed volleyball and reading. I am proud to be part of NCMATYC!
Jay Martin – Eastern Region VP – Wake Tech CC
Amy Cole – Secretary – Pitt CC
This is my 14th year teaching and 9th year at Pitt Community College. I teach mostly MAT 171 and MAT 172. I also teach MAT 271. I have two small children, 9 and 5. My husband also teaches at PCC but not in math. I love what I do and I am excited about being part of the NCMATYC board this year.
Heather Barker – Treasurer – Elon University
I graduated from Meredith College in 2006 and started teaching high school mathematics at the same high school I graduated from in rural Caswell County. After 2 years of teaching high school I decided to return to school and completed my Master’s in Pure Mathematics at UNCG. In 2010 I started teaching at Piedmont Community College and taught there full time for five years. While there I focused mainly on developing coursework for Quantitative Reasoning and Statistics. I left PCC in 2015 to start teaching at Elon University. At Elon teach General Statistics and Business Calculus. I really enjoy being a part of NCMATYC as a way to get new ideas in the classroom and help the mathematics community in NC communicate and share with one another across the state.
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