Dr. Tamara St. Marthe
Dr. Tamara St.Marthe currently teaches Speech Communication here at NPC. She received her B.A. in Mass Communication from Midwestern State University, her M.A. in Interpersonal and Organizational Communication, and her Ed.D. in Higher Education Administration from University of Arkansas. Her master’s degree focused on developing and employing effective verbal and written communication skills and strategies in order to achieve success in the workplace, as well as in interpersonal, romantic and family relationships. Her doctoral studies focused in part on the trends, issues and problems affecting women seeking leadership positions in higher education. Dr. St.Marthe also taught Fundamentals of Communication (Public Speaking at the University of Arkansas- Fayetteville and University of Arkansas -Fort Smith for a total of three years. In addition, she spent three and a half years representing graduate and minority students and collaborating with key administrators by serving on the Graduate Dean's Student Advisory Board, Graduate Council Committee, Academic Appeals Committee, University Health Advisory Committee, and the Library Student Advisory Committee at the University of Arkansas. Dr. St.Marthe is extremely passionate about student success and enjoys teaching Speech Communication here at NPC. She enjoys and values the opportunity to influence student success here at NPC. In addition, she is also currently serving on committees here at NPC which seek to ensure student and faculty success. Dr. St.Marthe also enjoys being a mother and takes pride in raising her teenage son. In her spare time, she enjoys singing, quality time with her son, travelling, and the outdoors.