Appointed in 2009. Sherry Armijo is Vice President of Marketing and Sales for Abadan in Richland Washington. Sherry attended CBC in the mid-1980s and graduated from Eastern Washington University with a degree in Marketing and a minor in Economics. She is a graduate of Leadership Tri-Cities, a founding member of the Hispanic Academic Achievers Program (HAAP), a board member of the Tri-Cities Regional Chamber of Commerce and was a former president and board member of the Eastern Washington chapter of March of Dimes. She lives in Pasco with her husband, Frank, who is a former CBC Trustee, and their two daughters.
Richard Cummins, Ph.D., CBC President
President since July 2008, President Cummins was educated at the University of Cincinnati (B.A, 1982), the University of Arizona (M.F.A., 1985), and Gonzaga University (Ph.D., 2008). Cummins has worked at Columbia Basin College since 1990. Prior to his presidency, he worked as an associate professor in the English Department and as a dean, vice president, and acting president. He has co-authored a book on writing and published numerous peer-reviewed articles and poems in various national publications.
Phone: 509-542-4802 (work), 509-546-0404 (fax)
Appointed October 2012. Enrolled Agent Tax Preparer/Business Consultant. BS, Mechanical Engineering. Current: Board Member, United Way; Operations Chairman and Board Member, Columbia Basin Badger Club; Member, National Association of Tax Preparers. Former: Alumni Chair, National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE); Member, American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME). Spouse: Avonté, two children.
Phone: 509-547-3961 (work), 509-547-3962 (fax)
Appointed in 2004. Trustee Enriqueta Mayuga earned her M.D. at the University of Santo Tomas, Manila, Philippines. She currently is in private practice and on medical staff at Our Lady of Lourdes, Kennewick General, Kadlec Medical Center and La Clinica. Her professional achievements include being named Franklin County Physician of the Year and Diplomate of the American Board of OB/GYN. Dr. Mayuga's professional affiliations include the Tri-Cities OIC Board of Directors; Catholic Daughters of America; Toastmasters; Mid-Columbia Symphony Board; Benton-Franklin County Medical Society; Mid-Columbian Asian-American Organization; Filipino-American Organization of the Tri-Cities Goodwill Organization.
David L. Mitchell, Chair
Appointed October 2010. Duke Mitchell is Board Chair, 2012-13. Retired Project Controls professional (budget, cost, schedule, performance measures, contract administration/support), Hanford Nuclear Reservation (18 years). Retired USAF Lieutenant Colonel (20 years active duty). BS, Management, U.S. Air Force Academy; MS, Safety & Systems Management, University of Southern California (USC). Current: Chair, Richland Public Library Board of Trustees, 2011-13; Life Member, USAF Academy Association of Graduates; Life Member, Military Officers Association of America; Member, The American Legion, Benton City/Richland Chapter; member, WSU Tri-Cities Advisory Council of Community Leaders, 2011-13. Former: Treasurer, Tri-Cities-based Afro Americans for an Academic Society. Spouse: Janet, two children.
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