Institutional Effectiveness & Planning
Meet our Staff
Fred Lillibridge Campus Officer, IEP 527-7728
Dr. Fred Lillibridge has been the Campus Institutional Effectiveness and Planning Officer at Doña Ana Community College since 1998. He was Assistant Campus Director for Institutional Effectiveness at NMSU-Alamogordo from 1992-1998. He earned a Ph.D. from NMSU. He is the Past-President of the Association for Institutional Research (AIR). He has served as president of Rocky Mountain Association for Institutional Research; the National Community College Council for Research and Planning; and the New Mexico Higher Education Assessment Association. He has been the Conference Director of the NM Higher Education Assessment and Retention Conference since 2000. He is a member of the National Postsecondary Education Cooperative (NPEC) Executive Committee Group and is co-chair of the National Postsecondary Student Success Symposium planning group. Fred is also a founding member of the DACC Hallway Golf Club and the DACC Big Goomba's Bowling Team.
Mary Beth Worley Coord. of Institutional Research 527-7773
Mary Beth's tenure with NMSU began after graduating from Belen High School in 1985; now the university and DACC can't seem to get rid of her. After spending six and a-half years as a professional student, mb finally earned a bachelor's degree in Criminal Justice. In 1996 she completed work on her Master of Science in Experimental Statistics at NMSU. She worked in the College of Education from 1996 through 1998, before coming to work for the IEP office in 1999. She has taught both developmental math and statistics courses for DACC and NMSU. For fun she enjoys cycling, hiking, swimming and road trips, and has recently taken up jogging (an activity she claims she no longer hates). mb is a founding member of the DACC Hallway Golf Club and the DACC Big Goomba's Bowling Team. She hopes to eventually win the lottery and purchase weekend get-a-way homes in both San Francisco and Cape Cod.
Robert "Bob" Deitner Analyst II 528-7041
Bob is the new, old guy here having started in the Office of Institutional Effectiveness and Planning during the summer of 2009. Bob first came to NMSU in 1980 as a graduate assistant in the Department of Experimental Statistics summarizing historical weather records for agricultural irrigation models and has been involved with databases ever since. He has over 25 years experience in database administration, statistics, and mathematical modeling. Some projects bob has been involved with include management and analysis of a long term fisheries data, modeling of New Mexico’s aquatic resources, recreational fisheries demand models, animal abundance estimation, New Mexico Department of Game and Fish’s Special Hunt Lottery, GIS data management, GIS modeling of animal habitat, and data management and analysis used to determine NEPA and of cultural resources compliance, Bob is a member of the Organization of Fishery and Wildlife Managers. In his spare time, Bob enjoys biking, hiking, fishing, and, especially, playing old-time and bluegrass mandolin. He is a founding member of the Deming Fusiliers and has been part of the monthly Mesilla contra dance scene since 1985.
Leah Bollschweiler Records Specialist 527-7729
Leah Bollschweiler is an alumni of DACC with Associate Degrees in Business Occupations and Hospitality Services. After working in the hotel industry for several years, she came to NMSU working in Accounts Payable. She then moved to Environmental Health & Safety and is now a Records Specialist at DACC. As part of her duties, she will lead the implementation of team-building and motivational events such as the DACC Big Goomba's Bowling Party, White Elephant Christmas Gift Exchange and other such events. With her unique sense of fashion, Leah brings style and elegance at DACC to a whole new level. Leah enjoys eating, shopping, celebrity gossip and animals.
Susan Wood Coord. of Assessment of Student Learning 527-7711
Susan Wood graduated with a BA in Languages from the University of Utah in 1988. She followed that up with an MA in Linguistics with a emphasis in TESOL in 1990, also from the University of Utah. Since then, she has directed ESL Programs at Bentley College in Waltham, Massachusetts and at UTEP. She joined the DACC team in 1996 and has enjoyed the work she has had the opportunity to do. While here at DACC, Susan has concentrated on learning about how technology can enhance the classroom and has been teaching ENGL 111 and ENGL 218 online for the past few years. She is currently serving as the DACC Assessment Coordinator, as the editor for the DACC Accreditation Self-Study, and is president-elect for NMHEAA. Susan is working on her Ph.D. in Rhetoric and Professional Communication at NMSU. Susan is the President and founder of the DACC Get Movin' Athletic Club. She qualified for and ran in the 2008 Boston Marathon and hopes that this major accomplishment will help her to someday qualify to be a member of the DACC Big Goomba's Bowling Team.