Alumni

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    In 2011, Kevvin Taylor was honored with a Living Legend Award by the NAACP and PC’s Black Student Union (BSU) for his ongoing commitment to share the stories, struggles, and history of African American women. Much like the...
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    Ann Oehmke has a lifelong connection to Phoenix College and the Maricopa County Community College District. She graduated from Phoenix College in 1953 and found herself continually drawn to the college. PC Career She...
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    Michelle DiMuria wants to help break the stigma surrounding mental health. Nearly 64 percent of college freshman and sophomores experience anxiety and depression. Many students do not seek help for these issues. Stigma-Free...
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    Since graduating from Phoenix College in 1974, Rebecca White Berch has had a successful career as an attorney, judge, professor, and author. In March 2002, she became the third woman to be appointed to the Arizona Supreme...
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    Lee Perreira, PC alumni class of 2010, runs his music career like a marathon, something he knows a bit about after running one last year. Much like a long-distance runner, Perreira takes each musical accomplishment in...
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      Allen Dutton was a renowned photographer and artist. Dutton was born in Kingman, AZ. He served four years in the British and American Armies in North Africa and the Middle East during WWII. After he returned to Arizona in...
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    “What would it be like to belong somewhere? To fit in and be part of something truly good?” Jillian Herner pondered this often as she walked past the Phoenix College (PC) campus while struggling to find stability. A Rough...
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    As a young person, Dr. Christina Marín saw how theatre could change a community, even beyond the stage. Marín came to Phoenix College (PC) in August of 2017 as the new Program Director of Theatre & Film. Prior to her...
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    Jay Faulkner, Phoenix College (PC) alumnus class of 1947, is helping local high school students make it happen at PC, through the Jay Faulkner Endowment for ACE (Achieving a College Education) students. The ACE Program is...
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    Hello PC Bears! I am honored and humbled to serve as the president of Phoenix College, a Maricopa County Community College. In the days, weeks, months and years, to come, we will have countless opportunities to get to know...