Veronica Crock was a Dean at Enterprise State Community College and the Alabama Aviation Center and was employed for over 12 years. In this role, Mrs. Crock worked with economic development organizations, local governments, and educational entities to establish a solid background in workforce development and a proven history of connecting education and industry. She holds a bachelor’s degree from Indiana University, a master’s degree from Troy University, and is completing dissertation requirements for a doctorate from Alabama State University. Mrs. Crock is active within the community and currently serves on the Healthy Woman Council, the advisory board of the Ozark Dale County Technology Center, and the Rotary Club. She is a 2015 Paul Harris Fellow and 2011 Jerry B. Brunson Fellow in recognition of her contributions to the community. She is also a member of the Economic Development Association of Alabama, Council for Resource Development, National Council of Professors of Educational Administration, Alabama Association for Institutional Research, the regional Workforce Development Council of Alabama, Experimental Aircraft Association, and the Aviation Council of Alabama.