Ms. McCliggott joined McKing in 2003. Her creativity and leadership skills were soon recognized, and she assumed management of McKing projects for the National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. An Executive Vice-President at McKing, she brings with her more than 20 years of public health management experience, specializing in domestic and international programs supporting strategies in the reduction chronic disease and health promotion.
Prior to her career with McKing, Ms. McCliggott had a successful 25-year career as an educator. As Director of the Instructional Technology Design Center at Delta College, University Center, Michigan, she assisted faculty in creating new teaching applications utilizing evolving technologies and media. In addition, she curated a large public art collection, Art in Public Places, owned by the college and viewed throughout the State of Michigan. She also served the college as adjunct faculty.
Ms. McCliggott holds a Master’s degree in Education and Fine arts.