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Montana Ambassadors name Great Falls College MSU CEO/Dean Susan Wolff educator of the year

February 9, 2016

Susan J. Wolff, CEO and dean of Great Falls College Montana State University, has been named the 2015 Mike Malone Montana Educator of the year by the Montana Ambassadors for her outstanding accomplishments and excellence in the field of education and leadership in workforce development. Photo courtesy of Great Falls College MSU.

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Susan J. Wolff, CEO and dean of Great Falls College Montana State University, has been named the 2015 Mike Malone Montana Educator of the year by the Montana Ambassadors for her outstanding accomplishments and excellence in the field of education and leadership in workforce development.

Wolff was one of 10 award winners announced last week by Montana Governor Steve Bullock. Wolff and other recipients will receive their awards at the Montana Ambassadors conference, which will be held in Great Falls on March 10.

"I am overwhelmed by the award," Wolff said. "To be presented this award by the Montana Ambassadors is an incredible honor. Daily I get to work with extremely talented and dedicated educators at Great Falls College MSU and across the state of Montana. My life's passion has been to provide opportunities for others. Every day I am excited to be part of the work for economic growth and diversification, workforce and community development, collaborative partnerships, and meaningful relevant education for the Great Falls region and all across the state. This award belongs to all who work at the college."

The award is given in honor of the late Michael P. Malone, a noted historian and professor who served from 1991 to 1999 as MSU’s 10th president.

Award winners were determined by the Montana Ambassadors' Board to honor individuals who have made an outstanding contribution to economic development in Montana. The Montana Ambassadors is a volunteer, not-for-profit organization of leaders in business, education, and local and state government with a common dedication to living in and doing business in Montana and to furthering the best interests of the state.  For more information about the Montana Ambassadors and the awards, visit www.montanaambassadors.com.

Great Falls College MSU is a stand-alone two-year institution of higher education, offering certificate and degree opportunities to students in not only north central Montana, but across the entire state. The college provides students with the opportunity to improve their lives and the lives of their families through affordable education.

Lewis Card, Great Falls College MSU, (406)771-4412