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Lake Tahoe Community College foundation hires new leader

Tribune staff report

SOUTH LAKE TAHOE — Lake Tahoe Community College leadership and the LTCC Foundation’s Board of Directors recently hired a new Executive Director of the LTCC Foundation and College Advancement.

Foundation directors and LTCC Superintendent/President Dr. Kindred Murillo selected Nancy Harrison for the position.

The move comes after the passage of Measure F in November 2014 and the recent $5 million donation from South Lake Tahoe resident Lisa Maloff in honor of her husband, Robert.

Harrison has been a resident of South Lake Tahoe for 23 years. She spent the past 16 years working at Stanford Sierra Camp on Fallen Leaf Lake as the sales and marketing director. In that role, she organized and coordinated multi-day conferences for Stanford University and non-affiliated groups.

She also spent the past three years as a member of the Board of Trustees for the Barton Foundation, and was recently elected chairperson.

“We felt that Nancy’s work experience with Stanford alumni and her volunteer work with the Barton Foundation gave her the perfect skill set to move into the leadership role for the LTCC Foundation,” Dr. Murillo said in a statement.

For information about the LTCC Foundation, contact Harrison at 530-541-4660, ext. 245, or at Harrison@ltcc.edu.


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