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Clovis Community College appoints new president

Clovis Community College, located in Fresno County, is starting its spring semester with a new president.

Kim E. Armstrong was appointed Jan. 3 to serve as the college’s third president. Armstrong comes from Arkansas State University Three Rivers, where she was Vice Chancellor for Student, Equity and Community Affairs, according to a news release from Clovis Community.

She earned her bachelor’s, master’s and doctorate degrees from Howard University in physiological/neuropsychology, and she serves on the Arkansas Community Colleges Diversity, Equity, Inclusion taskforce, where her initiatives have received state and regional recognitions, according to the college.

Armstrong takes over for Lori Bennett, who led the college for six years, and retired in January.

Clovis Community, formerly known as Willow International Center, is the state’s 113th community college and serves about 13,000 students annually.