LBCC Faculty Member Named Postsecondary Teacher of the Year

The Oregon Business Education Association named Linn-Benton Community College Business faculty member Nancy Noe as Postsecondary Teacher of the Year at its annual conference Oct. 10.

Noe, of Albany, began her teaching career at LBCC in 2000, teaching office management and computer classes, and serving as Chair of the Business Technology Department, as lead advisor for the Legal Administrative Assistant program and Administrative Office Professional program, and as Business Technology representative for LBCC’s high school College Now program.

Noe also serves as the lead chair for the Administrative Office Professional Statewide Consortium. Previously, she served as advisor for the Future Business Leaders of America advisor at Harrisburg High School and Sweet Home High School, and was an adjunct professor at Capella University.

Noe earned a bachelor’s of science in business administration, finance and law at Portland State University, and a master’s degree in business education from Oregon State University.


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