Tiffany Randolph has been named general manager of the Kennedy Academic Learning Centers (KALC).
KALC provides tutoring to Charlotte-area students in grades K-8. It currently works with about 95 students in three locations. Some of its students quality for public assistance.
Randolph said she wants to build the center’s enrollment to 200 by the end of 2009. She also wants to expand its roster of tutors and build relationships with community groups. But one of her first goals, she said, is to begin developing a marketing plan for KALC.
Randolph said KALC will recruit public and private school retirees, college professors and local college students majoring in education. With more tutors, she said, the center may begin working with high school students this fall.
Randolph graduated from Clark-Atlanta University in 2001 with a degree in business administration. She previously was program coordinator for the American Cancer Society’s international department in Atlanta.
KALC was founded in 2007 by Cynthia Kennedy, wife of Ray Kennedy, founder, chairman and chief executive of American Product Distributors. Ray Kennedy, a former banker, was featured recently on Qcitymetro.com
For more information, go to www.kennedyacademic.com.