Instructional Leadership, emphasis: K-12 School Leadership (MEd)

Category: SBS Hall of fame

2022 Hall of Fame

Victoria and others exemplify professionalism, determination, and grace. They made significant contributions to the university, community, and their career… Read more
Fall leaves

2021 Hall of Fame

Todd Sanders has been recognized as the Western Association of Chamber Executives, Executive of the Year and Pettit Excellence in Leadership Award, Arizona Capitol Times, Public Policy Leader of the Year and Phoenix Business Journal, Most Admired Leader… Read more
Fall leaves

2020 Hall of Fame

Ms. Goodspeed has served on several non-profit boards. She is married and a mother of three, advocate of children with special needs and life-long supporter of organ and tissue donation. She has provided pro bono legal services to a local non-profit preschool serving children with disabilities for over ten years… Read more
Flagstaff Scenic View

2019 Hall of Fame

Sherman Frederick’s parents, grandmother, four brothers, children, and one granddaughter all attended NAU. His endowment gift to the School of Communication is in honor of his deceased grandmother, Christine Yaeger. He made the donation to “pay it forward” to the university that helped him become the success he is today… Read more
Aerial view of the N A U campus.

2018 Hall of Fame

With more than 10 years of dedicated public service, Vice President Jonathan Nez was asked to be a running mate to Navajo Nation President Russell Begaye. On April 21, 2015, the Navajo people elected President Begaye and Vice President Nez to be their leaders for the next four years… Read more
SBS Building

2017 Hall of Fame

After 6 years as a therapist, Kim Alexander moved into a management role and currently supervises the inpatient and outpatient counseling services and the inpatient nursing staff. Kim enjoys mentoring new staff and can often be found researching strategies for improving employee engagement. … Read more
A rainbow in Flagstaff

2016 Hall of Fame

John Running has earned a reputation for taking captivating photographic portraits. Mr. Running earned a degree in Anthropology at Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff, Arizona. His clients include Eastman Kodak, Polaroid, Nikon, Ilford, Coors Beer, Lee Jeans and more… Read more
View of a clock through the pine trees.

2015 Hall of Fame

Carol Kottenbrook is a guest lecturer in Creative Media and Film classes, and continues to assist and train students to use production software specific to the entertainment industry. She has been instrumental in helping NAU graduates transition into the entertainment business by providing employment opportunities, and has proudly placed Arizona graduates into professional positions… Read more

2014 Hall of Fame

General Kodlick received his commission in 1984 through the Air Force ROTC program at Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff. He served in wing, numbered air force, major command, Air Staff and joint staff positions, and was a commander three times, including a combat tour at Bagram Airfield, Afghanistan where he earned the Bronze Star Medal… Read more
Birds eye view of N A U campus.

2013 Hall of Fame

Joseph and his wife Carol Kottenbrook, who was also a principal partner in Sandstorm Films, live in Flagstaff. Both hold B.S. degrees from Northern Arizona University, where they were awarded a Distinguished Centennial Alumni Award in 1998 for their dedication to mentoring NAU students pursuing a career in the film industry… Read more
A rainbow in Flagstaff