Nancy Neubrand as Advanced Manufacturing Student Support and Lab Coordinator

Clinton Community College is thrilled to announce the appointment of Nancy Neubrand as the new Advanced Manufacturing Student Support and Lab Coordinator. Nancy brings a wealth of experience and dedication to her role, having a longstanding history in the manufacturing industry and a strong connection to the North Country community.

Nancy Neubrand

Nancy Neubrand made her move to the North Country in 1989 after a transfer with Verizon (NYNEX at the time). Her commitment and expertise were evident throughout her 20-year tenure as a Service/Repair Technician in the Plattsburgh area, culminating in her retirement with an impressive 31 years of service in 2009.

In 2010, Nancy pursued her passion for technology and graduated with a Wind Energy and Turbine Technology degree from Clinton Community College. Her association with the college continued as she served as the Lab Assistant for the Technology department in the Stafford building for two years.

From 2012 to 2015, Nancy contributed her skills to local Manufacturing Businesses, including Nova Bus, Prevost, and Axion. Recognized for her proficiency, she then transitioned to become an Adjunct Lab Instructor, teaching essential subjects such as Hand and Power tool safety, LOTO (Lockout/Tagout), and Labs for Fluid Power systems in the Institute for Advanced Manufacturing building at Clinton from 2017 to 2019.

Nancy Neubrand's extensive background, coupled with her hands-on experience in the manufacturing sector, positions her perfectly to take on the responsibilities of the Advanced Manufacturing Student Support and Lab Coordinator at Clinton Community College. In her new role, Nancy will play a pivotal part in fostering a supportive learning environment and enhancing the educational experience for students in the Advanced Manufacturing programs.

"We are delighted to welcome Nancy Neubrand to this key position at Clinton Community College. Her dedication to education, combined with her industry expertise, will undoubtedly contribute to the success of our students and the growth of our Advanced Manufacturing program," said John Kowal Ph.D., President of Clinton Community College.