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Dr. Mildred Coyne

Dr. Mildred Coyne
Executive Director
Dr. Mildred Coyne serves as the Executive Director of Career and Workforce Education and Economic Development overseeing the college’s workforce initiatives focused on building the talent supply to meet employer demand.  The division includes certificate and associate career programs, continuing education, career centers, internships, customized corporate programming, the Innovation Hub, and career planning and placement services. Dr. Coyne joined Broward College in 2013 as the Associate Vice President providing administrative support for career and technical education programs. She is also responsible for the administration of multiple grant programs that support students’ success in workforce education.
As a 25 year professional in the Florida College System, Dr. Coyne has had progressive roles in student affairs, academic affairs, curriculum services, corporate and continuing education, grants administration, dual enrollment and new program development including the launch of the first bachelor degree at Eastern Florida State College. She has focused her career on guiding students to make educational choices mapped to careers that improve both the student’s quality of life and the local economy.
Dr. Coyne earned her doctorate in Leadership and Management and her Master of Science in higher education administration from Capella University.  She is a member of the Leadership Broward Class XXXIII, serves on the Career Source Broward board, Leadership Broward Foundation Board and the Chair for the Florida College System Occupational Education Standing Committee.
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