SPOKANE, Wash. - Kevin Brockbank will serve as the next president for Spokane Community College. Brockbank has been serving as acting president of SCC since July.
Community Colleges of Spokane Chancellor Christine Johnson made the announcement Wednesday.
“During the past 10 months, Dr. Brockbank has demonstrated strong and collaborative leadership throughout the college,” Johnson said. “I know he will work with the faculty and staff to ensure SCC continues to provide outstanding educational opportunities that are responsive to the regional economy and prepare students for bright futures for the next education level and employment.”
Brockbank and his family moved to Spokane in 2015, when he was hired by CCS to serve as the vice provost for strategic partnerships. Prior to that, he was the dean of the school of applied technologies and professional development at Salt Lake Community College in Utah.
“I am honored to be a part of the SCC team and part of an institution that is so impactful to the people and economy of this region,” Brockbank said. “My vision is that SCC be recognized as the best comprehensive community college in the state.”
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