CCC Names New Dean of Human Resources

Article by: Janet Paulson

The Clackamas Community College Board of Education approved the hire of Patricia Anderson as the dean of Human Resources at its December meeting. Anderson is a human resources professional with 23 years of experience in the field.

She most recently served as human resources/risk manager in Yamhill County and was an HR analyst with Northwest Senior and Disability Services in Salem from 2001 to 2008. She worked in both Hampton, Va., and Mandeville, Jamaica, in human resources and as a trainer, consultant and guidance counselor prior to her work in Oregon.

Anderson earned a bachelor of arts at the University of the West Indies in Kingston, Jamaica, and a master of business administration from George Fox University. She holds a Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) certification and is a trained mediator. 

For more information, contact Mike Holland, interim vice president of College Services at 503-594-3010.

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