Incoming College Head Visits

Jorgenson Speaks With Benton County School Officials

Posted: January 24, 2013 at 5 a.m.

Ric Clifford with NorthWest Arkansas Community College, left, and Ken Ramey, superintendent of Siloam Springs School District, right, chat Wednesday with future Evelyn Jorgenson, future college president, during a drop-in coffee gathering at the college in Bentonville. The meet and greet gave area school superintendents a chance to chat with Jorgenson.

NorthWest Arkansas Community College’s incoming president met with Benton County school officials Wednesday to discuss how students can meet their potential at the collegiate level.

At A Glance

Evelyn Jorgenson

Family: Husband, Chuck; one son and one daughter

Occupation: President, Moberly Area Community College in Missouri

Education: Doctorate in higher and adult education from University of Missouri

Source: Staff Report

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