Shannon Harvey is the vice president of HACC's Gettysburg Campus. In this role, she is a member of the College's senior leadership team, and is responsible for setting strategic direction for the Gettysburg Campus as well as overseeing all operational and programmatic activities of the campus.
- Degrees: Master's degree, higher education administration, University of Maryland, College Park, Md., Master's degree, public administration, Shippensburg University, Shippensburg, Pa., Bachelor's degree, political science, Bloomsburg University, Bloomsburg PA
- Year Started: 1998
- Title: Campus vice president
- Professional Experience: Shannon previously served as both executive and associate campus dean for academic affairs and director of educational services (1998-2013) for HACC's Gettysburg Campus. In those roles, she led or participated in the launch of all academic programs at the campus. Shannon provided the leadership for the launch of the Gettysburg Campus nursing degree program in 2002, the practical nursing degree program in 2004 and the medical assisting certificate program in 2016; the initiation of the campus College in the High School program, enrolling more than 400 high school students in college level courses; the launch of the Mechatronics certificate program in 2015; and the articulation with the Pennsylvania Rural Electric Association to provide a college degree pathway for journeyman lineman. Shannon has also been the author of various grant proposals to fund instructional and capital funding projects for HACC, including a Pennsylvania Department of Education Link-to-Learn grant and Technical College grant.
- Area of expertise: Education