DeShaw director of Adult and Continuing Education

Carla De Shaw

Cazenovia College has selected Carla DeShaw, a continuing education administration, workforce development and grant writing professional with nearly 30 years of expertise, as new director for its Center for Adult and Continuing Education.

DeShaw, of Canastota, joined the College in May, according to Sharon Dettmer, Ph.D., vice president for Academic Affairs and Dean of the Faculty.

She earned an associate degree in Business Administration from Cazenovia College in 1984 and previously served there as a head volleyball coach and Alumni Board member. She later earned a bachelor’s degree in Vocation/Technical Education, a master’s degree in Educational Administration and a Certificate of Advanced Study in Educational Administration from the State University of New York at Oswego.

DeShaw recently retired after 12 years as executive dean of Community Education and Workforce Development for Cayuga Community College in Auburn. Prior to that, she spent nine years as assistant director of Continuing Education for the Madison-Oneida BOCES Consortium of Continuing Education. She earlier worked as coordinator of Adult and Continuing Education for the Delaware Chenango Madison Otsego BOCES in Norwich.  

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