PCC Foundation elects board chair - Tucson News Now

PCC Foundation elects board chair

By Angeline Carbajal / Tucson News Now intern

TUCSON, AZ – The Pima Community College Foundation has elected Gloria Bloomer to be the chair of the board of directors for the 2014-2015 school year.

"It is a great privilege to chair the Pima Community College Foundation this year," Bloomer said in a news release. "I look forward to working with the college and the greater Tucson community to advance the work of the foundation. It's wonderful to play a small part in providing scholarships to deserving students in our community. These scholarships afford them the very best opportunities to compete in a 21st century economy."

Bloomer, a marketing strategist, has been a member of PCCF's board of directors since 2004.

Four new members were also elected to serve on the PCCF's board of directors. Their names are:

-          Amanda Granzella, community banking district manager at Wells Fargo Bank

-          Becky Kueker, vice president of marketing and client services at S.C. Care and Associates

-          Eric Miller, business consultant at EMC

-          Dave Tedlock, consultant at NetOutcomes and 365 Media Services

Anyone interested for more information on PCC or the PCCF can go to www.pima.edu or call (520) 206-4500.

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