Dr. McLean

Dr. Mark McLean has recently been announced as the new Vice Chancellor for Finance and Administration at Fletcher Technical Community College.

“We are so excited to welcome Dr. Mark McLean to the Fletcher team,” commented Fletcher Chancellor Dr. Kristine Strickland. “Mark’s expertise and background working in both private business and industry as well as higher education will bring a great deal to our efforts in continuing to work with our local community business and industry partners as well as educating our future workforce.”

Dr. McLean has worked at Delgado Community College for the past 10 years, where he most recently served in the Business and Technology Division as the Assistant Chair of Business Studies and an Associate Professor. Prior to Delgado, Dr. McLean was the Portfolio Placement Program Development Consultant, College of Business at Loyola University New Orleans. He also spent 20 years at Deloitte where he held various director-level roles in several domestic and international locations.

“It is an honor to join Fletcher Technical Community College,” commented Dr. McLean. “I am excited to become a member of the team that is making a difference in the lives of the citizens of the Bayou Region, and furthering an industry and education partnership.”

Dr. McLean began his education at the University of Pittsburgh where he received a Bachelor of Science degree before earning his MBA from Loyola University New Orleans. He holds a PhD in Human Capital Development from the University of Southern Mississippi.

While at Delgado, he was the recipient of the Lee Giorgio Endowed Professorship Award (2015); the LCTCS President’s Inaugural Faculty Fellowship (2016); and the Alden McDonald Endowment Award (2019).

He has participated in a number of service committees for Delgado and for the Louisiana Community and Technical College System, and served multiple roles in the school’s Business & Technology Division. Dr. McLean provided tremendous service to Delgado students as well. His roles included being a mentor and advisor to students (2009-present), Fifth District Bank Scholarship & Internship Sponsor (2017-Present), and he was the Course Lead for a number of classes.

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