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Martin Valadez appointed to state community and technical college board

Martin Valadez appointed to state community and technical college board

April 21, 2021

Gov. Jay Inslee has appointed Martin Valadez of Pasco, Wash., as a member of the Washington State Board for Community and Technical Colleges. As a board member, Valadez continues his extensive service in higher education, currently serving as the Tri-Cities regional director of Heritage University, based in Toppenish, Wash. Prior to Heritage, Valadez worked in different roles for Columbia Basin College in Pasco, including as a professor of history and intercultural studies, vice president for diversity and outreach and chief executive officer of the CBC Foundation. >>

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