Wisconsin Technical College System President Morna Foy Announces Retirement

Morna K Foy, president of the Wisconsin Technical College System, has announced her plans to retire.

The Wisconsin Technical College System consists of 16 technical colleges serving over 270,000 students across the state of Wisconsin. Dr. Foy has been president of the system since 2012, and has been with the organization for over two decades. Prior to her appointment as president, she served as a policy advisor, special assistant to the interim system president, and vice president of policy and government relations.

“It’s been my honor and an absolute blast to lead such an amazing organization,” said Dr. Foy. “I want to thank the WTCS Board for their trust and support. I’ve had the chance to work with so many talented educators, state and local policymakers, and workforce development partners to realize the technical colleges’ promise of excellence for students, employers, and communities across Wisconsin. I am confident that my WTCS colleagues will continue this tradition of innovation for years to come.”

Dr. Foy completed her undergraduate education at the University of Wisconsin where she majored in political science and economics. She holds a master’s degree in finance and public policy from Indiana University and a Ph.D. in educational leadership policy from the University of Wisconsin.

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