Sandra Fowler-Hill Is the New Leader of Clark College in Vancouver, Washington

Sandra Fowler-Hill has been named interim president of Clark College in Vancouver, Washington. The community college enrolls about 10,000 students, 58 percent of whom are women.

Last year, Dr. Fowler-Hill retired as president of the Rock Creek campus of Portland Community College in Oregon. One of her most notable accomplishments during her presidency was the creation of the Center for the Development, Relief, and Education for Alien Minors (DREAM Center) to support undocumented immigrants at the college.

Prior to her career at Portland Community College, Dr. Fowler-Hill served as executive vice president of instruction and student service at Everett Community College in Washington. Earlier, she served as the executive dean for student learning at Cascadia Community College in Bothell, Washington. She also served for 19 years in various leadership roles at Olympic College in Bremerton, Washington.

Dr. Fowler-Hill is a graduate of George Williams College where she majored in applied behavioral science. She holds a master’s degree in human development counseling from the University of Illinois at Springfield and a doctorate in community college leadership from Oregon State University.

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