SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) — The retired president of a New Mexico community college has been named the interim director of a two-year college campus in Arizona.
Former Santa Fe Community College President Sheila Ortega said she starts her job at Pima Community College on Monday.
The Santa Fe New Mexicans reports (http://bit.ly/16CoHJj) that Ortega will be paid $173,000 a year as interim president of the college's Community Campus, which focuses on adult basic education, workforce training and online learning.
Ortega is under contract to serve in the job through June 2014.
The college in Tucson has six locations throughout Pima County.
Ortega retired as president of the community college in Santa Fe in 2012, after a nearly 30-year career at the two-year school.
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