Vicki L. Wolfe
Vicki L. Wolfe served from 1999 to 2006 as the Department Chair of Education at Southeastern Bible College, while teaching courses in teacher education. In January 2006, she accepted the position of Vice-President for Education/Provost of the college. While Vicki enjoys administration, she continues to be passionate about the teaching/learning process and teaches one or two courses each year. In her role as Chief Academic Officer, Dr. Wolfe, states “I have the privilege of working with colleagues who possess outstanding academic credentials, spiritual depth, and a genuine sense of caring for others.”
Vicki and her husband, Derick, have three children ranging in ages from 8 to 21. They live in the rural community of Talladega Springs near Fayetteville, AL. One of the great pleasures in Vicki’s life is to see her children grow in their knowledge of the world and its Creator.
Some of the books she has recently read or is currently reading include: The Longing for Home, Speak What We Feel (Not What We Ought to Say), Tokens of Myself, Stirring the Head, Heart, and Soul, Some Memories of a Long Life 1854-1911: Malvina Shanklin Harlan, The Last Word, The Biography of Sarah Orne Jewett, The Longview: Strategies for Rising Leaders, and Here I Stand: A Life of Martin Luther. Vicki likes listening to music, observing the changes in nature as each season approaches, and spending time with family, friends and students enjoying each others’ company and laughing together.
B.A. Bible/Theology and Elementary Education, Southeastern Bible College (1988); M.Ed. Elementary Special Education/Hearing Impaired, Southern University (1989); Ed.D. Administration in Higher Education, University of Tennessee, Knoxville (1999).