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Interviews with news makers and discussion of topics important to Southwest Michigan. Subscribe to the podcast through Apple itunes and Google. Segments of interview are heard in WestSouthwest Brief during Morning Edition and All Things Considered

WestSouthwest: A Chat With New KVCC President L. Marshall Washington

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Earlene McMichael | WMUK
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Today's guest on WMUK's WestSouthwest news and public affairs show is Dr. L. Marshall Washington, the new president of Kalamazoo Valley Community College. There’s only been three presidents since the college was founded in 1966. Washington makes the third. He started July 1, replacing Marilyn Schlack, who guided KVCC through tremendous expansion during her 35-year tenure. Washington was previously president of New River Community and Technical College in West Virginia.

Washington is no stranger to the Kalamazoo area. He was once vice president for student services at Kellogg Community College in Battle Creek. He then went on to be vice president and CEO of Lancaster Campus of Harrisburg Area College in Pennsylvania.

The Columbus, Ohio native later headed New River Community and Technical College for five years before coming to KVCC.

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