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The Columbian
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People in Business

Washington State University Vancouver has announced that Jennifer Chambers-Taube will serve as the university’s next vice chancellor for finance and operations effective Jan. 10.

Chambers-Taube will direct administrative functions for the campus including, budget and long-range planning, business affairs, human resources, grants and contracts administration, facilities operations and development, long-range capital planning, public safety, transportation management, environmental health and safety and auxiliary services.

Chambers-Taube last served as director of financial planning and analysis for Southern California University of Health Sciences where she was responsible for a budget-planning process for the university and health clinic’s combined budget. Chambers-Taube higher education experience includes serving at Portland State University, Willamette University and Marylhurst University. She has served as an accreditation evaluator for the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities since 2016.

Earlier in November Gov. Jay Inslee appointed several new Clark County boards and commissions leaders. These leaders included: Jilma Meneses of Camas as the head of the Department of Social and Health Services; Anthony Golik of Vancouver as the head of the Office of Independent Investigations Advisory Board; and Denise Gideon of Vancouver was appointed to the Clark College Board of Trustees.


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