Dr. Dee Dee Anderson
Interim Vice Chancellor for the Division of Student Development
As the interim vice chancellor for the Division of Student Development, Dr. Anderson utilizes her many years of experience to serve as a true advocate for the student experience at the institiution. Having previously served as UTC's Associate Vice Chancellor, Dr. Anderson has been a part of strategic initiatives and programs in all areas of the division. In addition to her areas of oversight, Dr. Anderson serves on a variety of campus committees including the Strategic Planning Committee, SACs Accreditation Steering Committee, Environmental Task Force, and the Facility Planning Committee. She is an active member of the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators.
Dr. Anderson received the following degrees from Louisiana Tech University prior to earning her doctorate degree in Educational Leadership in 1998: Bachelor of Arts in Elementary Education, 1990; Master of Arts in Elementary Education, 1991; and Masters of Arts in Industrial and Organizational Psychology, 1994.
Assistant Vice Chancellor for the Division of Student Development
Mr. Johnson joined the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga in Housing and Residence Life since March 2012. Prior to arriving at UTC he worked in University Housing for the University of Tennessee at Knoxville for 27 years. He has guided numerous large capital projects, change of use conversions, and planning for new residence halls.
Mr. Johnson received his Bachelor’s Degree in Sociology and Master’s Degree in College Student Personnel Administration from the University of Tennessee at Knoxville.
Moise "Mo" Baptiste Ph.D.
Executive Director for Student Development
Dr. Moise (Mo) Baptiste is a first generation Haitian-American and is originally from Miami, FL. He currently serves as the Executive Director here at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. He is charged with helping the UTC and Chattanooga community work more collaboratively around issues of diversity and inclusion. As faculty, he has taught courses such as: Education and Society, Youth Culture, Resistance and Education, Social and Cultural Foundations in Education and The Mis-Education of Haiti.
As a scholar, Dr. Baptiste’s has constructed a leadership theory that he has coined Leadership from the Margins Theory, which assumes social conflict theory rather than systems theory and, he has identified characteristics that make up these marginalized leaders. Dr. Baptiste also researches the identity(s) formations and performances of Black males throughout the African Diaspora.
Dr. Baptiste received an Associate of Arts degree from Kemper Military Academy, Bachelor of Arts degree in Communications and Master of Science degree in Business Education from Robert Morris University and a Ph.D. from Miami University in Social Foundations in Education.
Special Projects Coordinator
Hannah joins the division after recently completing her bachelors degree at the institution. As a student leader and former student body president during her undergraduate career, Hannah uses her involvement experience to inform her work on a variety of special projects for our division. Some of the projects she is currently working on include the Lupton Hall renovation and work on the division's diversity and inclusion initiatives.
Office Location: 399 University Center
E-mail address: email@example.com
Administrative Specialist & Assistant to the Vice Chancellor for Student Development
Office Location: 100 Hooper Hall
E-mail address: Pam-Blevins@utc.edu