Wednesday, November 25, 2015

Who Wants To Be a Pima Community College Board Member?

Posted By on Wed, Nov 25, 2015 at 12:24 PM

click to enlarge Former state lawmaker Demion Clinco is among four applicants to a vacant seat on the Pima Community College board.
  • Former state lawmaker Demion Clinco is among four applicants to a vacant seat on the Pima Community College board.
Carolyn Classen at Blog for Arizona has the list of applicants for the Pima Community College board seat being vacated by David Longoria:
· Rene Teyechea – Teacher, Desert View High School

· Demion Clinco – Former AZ House Member – LD 2/ Current, President & Executive Director of Tucson Historic Preservation Foundation

· Miguel Cuevas – Former TUSD Board Member – 4 years / Current, Operations Manager at AFNI Inc.

· Georgia Brousseau – Retired TUSD School Principal & former PCC Governing Board member (District 3 and 2 for total of 9 years)

As in the recent past (appointment of Martha Durkin to the District 5 seat), Pima County School Superintendent Dr. Arzoumanian will impanel a Community Advisory Committee which will interview the eligible candidates and provide their recommendation(s) to her, who will then make the final decision on appointment. So stay tuned.

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