As Sterling College’s Vice President for Advancement, Dr. Marvin Dewey serves on the President’s Cabinet and is responsible for leading and coordinating all college development and alumni relations, including Sterling Fund, major gifts, planned giving, and church relations.
Laquitta attended Oklahoma State University where she majored in management with a business emphasis. Before moving to her husband’s hometown of Sterling in 2010, she worked for the State of Oklahoma as the state social security administrator for state and local government entities for 17 years. She and her husband Don now live north of Sterling.
Amy Thompson graduated from Sterling in 1996. Armed with her degree in communication and theatre arts, she headed to Nashville, Tenn., where she did her internship and then found employment in the country music industry. However, she could not pass up the opportunity to return to her beloved SC when she was offered the position of director of alumni and parent services in 1998. After serving in that role, and briefly that of admissions counselor for five years, Amy decided to quit talking about graduate school and moved to St. Paul, Minn., where she obtained an M.A. in communication from Bethel University.