National Association for Community College Entrepreneurship names three new board members

 
The National Association for Community College Entrepreneurship
 

NACCE board chairman Ron Thomas

The National Association for Community College Entrepreneurship (NACCE), the nation’s leading organization focused on promoting entrepreneurship through community colleges, has announced the addition of three new members to its board of directors.

The new board members are: Cris Valdez, president of Edison Community College in Piqua, OH; Edwin Massey, president of Indian River State College, Fort Pierce, FL; and Susan May, president, Fox Valley Technical College, Appleton, WI.

“I am pleased that Cristobal Valdez, Edwin Massey, and Susan May have accepted our invitation to join the NACCE Board of Directors,” said Ron Thomas, chairman of the NACCE board and president of Dakota County Technical College in Rosemount, MN. “They bring insight and a great deal of experience to the fast-paced world of entrepreneurship development at our community colleges. The NACCE vision of creating economic vitality through entrepreneurship has never been more vibrant than it is today. With the addition of our new board members, NACCE will continue to be front and center in the quest to support entrepreneurship across the country.”
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