Donna Imhoff named president of CCAC Allegheny Campus
By The Tribune-Review
Published: Friday, Dec. 14, 2012, 1:58 p.m.
Community College of Allegheny County's Allegheny Campus will have a new president in the new year. CCAC President Alex Johnson on Friday announced Donna L. Imhoff, who led the campus on an interim basis since July 2011, will be president of the campus.
Imhoff, 53, of the West End, joined CCAC in 1985. She has served in a variety of roles in the administration and faculty, including eight years as an American Federation of Teachers union vice president.
The college named her president of CCAC's North Campus and West Hills Center in 2008. A spokeswoman said Imhoff will continue to serve as interim president of the North Campus and West Hills Center, pending a search for her replacement there.
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