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Anna Roland
Title III Project Director for the NASNTI Grant

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Phone: 580.628.6392

Anna Roland graduated from Ponca City High School in 1999, and has an Associate of Science in Secondary Education, a Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education, and a Master of Science in Instructional Design Technology. A former elementary educator, Roland began working for Northern Oklahoma College in 2017, beginning as the Title III Distance Learning Specialist, then transitioning to the role of NASNTI Grant Project Director in 2019. Outside of work, she enjoys volunteering with the children’s ministry at First Baptist Church in Ponca City, playing board games, reading and spending time with her husband and six children.

photograph of NASNTI Student Success Specialist LeeAnna Bowling

LeeAnna Bowling

Title III Student Success Specialist for the NASNTI Grant

Contact Information:
Phone: 580.628.6344

LeeAnna Bowling resides in Tonkawa Oklahoma. LeeAnna graduated from Edmond North High School and then, earned her Marketing Degree from Oklahoma State University. After graduating from college she married her husband Brian Bowling. The two settled into her husband’s childhood home in Tonkawa Oklahoma where they are raising their three daughters; Brooklyn, Blakely, and Baylor.

Kyle Parmley, NOC-NASNTI Precision Agriculture SpecialistDr. Kyle Parmley

Title III Precision Agriculture Specialist for the NASNTI Grant

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Kyle Parmley is an alumni of Northern Oklahoma College and holds a MS and PhD in Plant Breeding from Iowa State University. Kyle is involved in many facets of agriculture ranging from introducing cutting edge technologies in vegetable plant breeding, hobby plant breeding, and assisting with a family ranch in northern Oklahoma. Kyle enjoys reading about and visiting historical sites with his wife Bailey and son Rhett. As the Precision Agriculture Specialist, Kyle’s aim is to create a program to equip students with the skills to utilize and understand new technologies to drive profitability and sustainability in agriculture.



Title III Renewable Energy Specialist for the NASNTI Grant

SUMMARY:  This is a grant-funded position housed on the NOC Tonkawa campus ending September 30, 2024, pending ongoing grant funding and performance standards. The position is responsible to lead the pilots of a new Renewable Energy option under the A.A.S. in Electronics Technology. The Specialist will lead activities related to the targeted program’s establishment in coordination with Department Chairs. Post-grant, the Specialist may also serve as an adjunct instructor for the new program.


  • Oversee implementation of program equipment
  • Lead and oversee pilots of new courses, evaluating results of program development
  • Coordinate with Project Director and NOC faculty to ensure institutionalization of new academic programs
  • Document and maintain record of activities toward goals of grant project

Interested applicants, please visit NOC’s employment page