Meet our Teays Valley Regional Center team
Bonnie Prisk is the Director of the Teays Valley Regional Center. She earned her undergraduate degree in History at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro with certification in Social Studies. Additional credits were earned at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, University of Alabama, California State University at Long Beach, and the Master’s degree was completed in Adult and Technical Education at Marshall University. Experiences in Education have been teaching classes at each level from pre-school through university classes, working at a museum, serving as Coordinator of the Marshall Capitol Center (Adult Education office) and serving as Director of the Teays Valley Regional Center.
In the community, Bonnie serves on the Board of Directors of Putnam County Rotary where she serves as the chairman of the Scholarship Committee, the Putnam County Chamber of Commerce where she serves as the chairman of the Education Committee, and the Putnam County Development Authority Board of Directors where she serves as Secretary. Bonnie is the representative from Outreach and Continuing Studies to the Marshall University Alumni Board. Professionally, Bonnie has participated in conferences of the National Conference of the Adult Learner, University Professional Continuing Education National Association, the National Association of Branch Campus Administrators, and the Regional Branch Campus Administrators. As the Director of the Teays Valley Regional Center, Bonnie’s goal is to establish an off campus facility to provide accessibility to courses and programs for both traditional and non-traditional students. The Teays Valley Regional Center helps students to begin, continue and/or complete their Marshall University college degree at a convenient time and location.
Linda McKee is the Program Assistant at Marshall University’s Teays Valley Regional Center in Putnam County. She enjoys serving both prospective and current students, and adjuncts who teach Marshall University courses through the center. Linda often serves as a liaison between students who attend Teays Valley Regional Center classes and departments/offices on the Huntington campus. She is always available to counsel and answer questions regarding course offerings at the Teays Valley Regional Center. She also helps with registration, assists students in planning their schedules, and generally serves as a cheerful information resource person with the Teays Valley Regional Center office.
In the Teays Valley Regional Center office, Linda is the purchasing agent and maintains records of students and adjunct faculty members.
Linda earned a B.A. degree in Political Science from Concord College, now Concord University, in Athens, WV.