When Pat Bear graduated from Wytheville Community College in 1974, she never imagined that one day she would become president of a college. But, 43 years later, Dr. Pat B. Huber became New River Community College’s fifth president and the first female to hold the position.
Tracy and Sarah Wilkins of Radford have received the 12th annual Chancellor’s Award for Leadership in Philanthropy. They were nominated for the award by New River Community College. The award was given at a recent luncheon ceremony at the Country of Club of Virginia in Richmond.
When her 18-year career in the banking industry was cut short due to a merger and her job being phased out, Serena Roshawn Wilson Moore of Radford, knew what she needed to do.
New River Community College’s local board re-elected the officers in a meeting on Monday. Steven E. Harvey was re-elected board chair and Jim Loux was re-elected vice-chair.
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