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New president selected for Henderson Community College

New president selected for Henderson Community College

Bill Stephens

December 21st, 2018

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Henderson, Ky. – Kentucky Community and Technical College System (KCTCS) President Jay K. Box announced today the appointment of Dr. Jason D. Warren as president of Henderson Community College (HCC).

Warren currently serves as chief Student Affairs officer at Hopkinsville Community College. He also served as chief Institutional Advancement officer at the college and was founding coordinator of the college’s Upward Bound program. Prior to that, he held positions at the University of Louisville library. Warren also has served as an instructor at Murray State University, University of Louisville and Hopkinsville Community College.

“I’m pleased to welcome Dr. Warren as president of Henderson Community College,” Box said. “His knowledge of KCTCS and our western Kentucky communities make him a good fit for the college.”

Warren earned a doctorate in educational leadership and organizational development from the University of Louisville. He earned both a master’s degree in education administration and a bachelor’s degree in counseling and guidance from the University of Louisville.

“I am extremely honored to serve as president of Henderson Community College,” Warren said. “I look forward to meeting the students, faculty and staff and building relationships in the community. One of my top priorities will be learning more about local businesses to make sure we’re offering the right programs to meet their needs. I also look forward to working with our area K-12 and university partners.”

Warren begins his duties as HCC president on Feb. 1.

“The board and I are impressed with Dr. Warren and the experience he brings to Henderson Community College,” said HCC Board Chair Cass Wilson. “He has a passion for student success, and we look forward to his leadership in the college and the community.”

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