Lori Hunt Appointed Provost at the Community Colleges of Spokane in Washington State

Lori Hunt was appointed provost at the Community Colleges of Spokane in Washington. Dr. Hunt has worked at the Community Colleges of Spokane for nearly a decade, serving in a variety of roles both at the community college district and at Spokane Community College where she served as the dean of student success before being named acting provost in 2021.

“I am honored to serve CCS in this role and to continue supporting our important work in these changing times,” Dr. Hunt said. “I have spent much of my life in the CCS service area, beginning as a Head Start student in Pend Oreille County. I am excited to continue giving back to the communities that have invested in me.”

Dr. Hunt is a graduate of Gonzaga University in Spokane, where she majored in sociology. She holds a master’s degree and a doctorate in educational leadership from Washington State University.

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