Trek Coordinators and C2C Coaches

Goodman Campus and Grenada Campus

Jonathan Wright

Jonathan Wright
Trek Coordinator and C2C Coach
(662) 472-9065
jowright@holmescc.edu

Jonathan Wright is a graduate of Jackson State University with a Bachelor's degree in Criminal Justice, a Master's degree in Sociology, and is currently in candidacy status for his Ed.D. in Higher Education at the University of Mississippi. His professional career includes 7 years in career services with more than 20 years total in higher education. Over the course of his professional career, Wright has served as staff and/or faculty in both the public and private sectors. He has also worked at the Mississippi Employment Security Commission.

Wright currently serves as the Trek Coordinator for both Goodman and Grenada Campuses and as a Complete to Compete (C2C) Coach at Holmes Community College. He has presented at the MCCB Summer Conference, SkillsUSA Symposium and MACE Conference as well as served on the MACE board and now serves as their two-year director. Wright received the 2017 Outstanding Career Services Professional of the Year Award during the MACE Annual Summer Conference held in Vicksburg.

Wright is a member of the MACE, MACRAO and Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. A native of Hattiesburg, Miss., Wright is married to Lakesha Wright and enjoys cultural activities, jazz, chess, sports, traveling and trying foods from around the world.

Ridgeland Campus

Victor Parker

Victor Parker
Trek Coordinator and C2C Coach
(601) 605-3302
vparker@holmescc.edu

Victor Parker has had 14 years of professional experience in higher education with stops at Mississippi State University, Copiah-Lincoln Community College, and now at Holmes Community College as the Trek Coordinator of the Ridgeland Campus as well as a Complete to Compete (C2C) Coach. Parker's previous experience had been consistent with developing academic and career plans for adult learners.

At MSU, Parker served as an Athletic Academic Counselor in the Department of Intercollegiate Athletics where his primary goal was to partner with students in every aspect as a student-athlete from recruitment to completion. At Copiah-Lincoln, Parker focused on partnering with Business & Industry within the district to provide a trained and skilled employable workforce as a Workforce Development Coordinator.

Parker holds a Bachelor's of Business Administration in Finance, a Master's in Sport Administration, and is currently in candidacy status for his Ph.D. in Community College Leadership, all degrees from Mississippi State University. He is also a member of MACRAO, and MACE where he served as the MACE 2015-16 two-year college representative. Parker was born in Jackson, Miss., and is a native of Scott County. He and his wife, Robin, reside in Brandon, Miss., with their two daughters.