NOC Appoints New Director of Field Operations

Alice2014[lg2]NOC is pleased to announce the appointment of Alice Page as Director of Field Operations, overseeing programs and activities at all four NOC Program Centers in Hilton Head and Bluffton.

Alice retired to Hilton Head Island in July 2014 from Northern Virginia where, for many years, she was the Director of Human Resources and Administration for the Reston Association, a large-scale community association that manages Reston, one of the country’s largest planned communities. Prior to that, Alice held senior positions for health-related non-profit organizations in the Washington DC Metropolitan Area, overseeing HR/Administration departments for these organizations.

Alice has led teams in diverse assignments and has accumulated a wealth of knowledge and experience in mentoring staff and encouraging team work.  She has worked with many groups, including boards, volunteers, staff committees, and clients. She is accomplished in developing, implementing, and managing a variety of programs and activities, including information technology and workplace wellness programs.

Alice has also volunteered as a computer trainer for the Loudoun County Workforce Center in Leesburg, VA for five years and served as a volunteer Information Specialist for the Smithsonian Institution.  Alice holds a Bachelor’s degree from Trinity University, a Master’s degree from Johns Hopkins University, and a Management Certificate from George Washington University.  She is a health and fitness advocate, as well as an avid runner and bicyclist.  She also enjoys Victorian novels and cooking

Alice joined NOC as Program Manager at the Oaks Program Center in September 2014. She brings to NOC extensive leadership, management, and organizational skills, as well as experience in managing administrative and human resources functions and activities.  As Director of Field Operations, Alice will focus on results and operational efficiency.  She will ensure that NOC’s field operations reflect high quality and integrity in keeping with NOC’s mission and strategic priorities.  Finally, Alice will continue to build strong relationships with parents, teachers, and the community NOC serves.