Vance Miller, District #1
Mr. Miller was elected in 2012 to District 1, which includes Hackberry, Peach Springs, Truxton, Littlefield, Wikieup, Colorado City and portions of Kingman. Prior to his current position as the corporate controller for Creative Care, Mr. Miller worked in the banking industry for 35 years in various capacities. Mr. Miller returned to the Kingman area in 2005 and feels that community colleges provide a resource for many to either start working for a college degree, improve workplace skills, further ones understanding of a subject or to learn a trade. Community colleges respond to the needs of local employers by providing the education and skill sets needed for the local job markets. Mr. Miller has attended various community colleges in Arizona and holds a Bachelor of Science from Arizona State University and a Master of Business Administration from University of Phoenix. He wants to help ensure MCC continues in its proud tradition of being a key player in all the communities it serves. The term expires December 31, 2022.
Julie Bare, District #2
After retiring from a 30-year career as an educator in the Bullhead City public school system, Dr. Bare had a sincere interest in serving the community as a Governing Board member for Mohave Community College. In 2014, she was elected to represent District 2 for a second term, which encompasses all of Bullhead City. Julie values the opportunities provided at MCC, and respects the supportive learning-centered culture of each campus. A resident of Bullhead City since 1965, the opportunity to attend MCC while she was a housewife and mother, led to her first degree. In 1975, she graduated from MCC with her associate degree, and later transferred to Northern Arizona University where she completed her bachelor of science, master of arts, and doctorate in educational leadership degrees. The term expires December 31, 2020.
Ashley Pascual, District #3
Ashley Pascual was born and raised in Lake Havasu City. While attending Lake Havasu High School and post-graduation, Ashley attended Mohave Community College through dual-enrollment and summer courses. After receiving a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology with a focus on Family Studies and Human Development at Arizona State University, Ashley began working with families involved with the child welfare system and she realized the desire to help better the lives of children. As a Certified Parenting Strategies Trainer, Ashley trained foster and adoptive parents throughout Arizona. Ashley then coordinated community partnerships to support early education throughout central Arizona before returning home to Lake Havasu City. Since returning to Lake Havasu in 2008, Ashley has served the tax payers of Arizona by addressing community needs while maintaining local control over government resources throughout Mohave, La Paz and Yuma Counties. Ashley volunteers on various committees and boards, including the Lake Havasu City Parks and Recreation Board. She also volunteers her time as a Certified Tourism Ambassador trainer for Lake Havasu City. Ashley is a Certified Public Manager through Arizona State University’s Bob Ramsey Executive Education. She also has a Master’s Degree in Negotiation, Conflict Resolution and Peacebuilding from California State University Dominguez Hills. Ashley and her husband are raising their two children in Lake Havasu City.
Susan McAlpine, District #4
After serving several years as a board member on the Mohave Community College Foundation in Kingman, Susan McAlpine decided she wanted to use her extensive background in Volunteer Management and Adult Education to help the college as a whole. As a Trustee on the MCC Board of Governors, she represents the people of District 4, which includes Kingman, Dolan Springs, and Golden Valley. She is a strong supporter of the college and its foundation and supported the development of a foundation endowment to assist non-traditional students and veterans needing assistance in completing their education. She holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Secondary Education and earned her Master of Instructional Design from the University of Massachusetts. Prior to relocating to Arizona 14 years ago to escape the Massachusetts winters, she was responsible for the development and implementation of a highly successful Civic Engagement and Service Learning program at Mount Wachusett Community College. She is credited with much of that program’s success, in part because of her knowledge and team building skills. As District #4 Trustee, she plans to make a positive contribution and use her expertise to ensure fiscal responsibility and that support staff and faculty maintain a classroom first approach. She will also work to make sure any new programs that are proposed are tied to documented evidence of employment opportunities in Mohave County.
Judy Selberg, District #5
Dr. Selberg was elected to a second term in 2014 for District 5, which includes Mohave Valley and a portion of Lake Havasu City. She has lived in Mohave County since 1987, was the first female high school principal in Mohave County and in 1990, became the first female superintendent in Mohave County when the Topock Elementary School District was opened. After seven years as superintendent, she returned to school and in 2004, received a Doctorate from Northern Arizona University in Educational Leadership. Dr. Selberg’s passion is education and she currently works for both NAU and Grand Canyon University as a field supervisor for student teachers throughout Mohave County. Dr. Selberg believes the community college system provides success for the students and the communities they serve. Her goals as a trustee are to use her experience and expertise to oversee fiscal responsibility, enhance training opportunities for business and allied health, encourage high school graduates to continue their education, and keep MCC up to date with technology and learning opportunities by promoting new courses for the 21st century job market. In addition to her Ed.D., Dr. Selberg holds a Bachelor’s degree from UCLA and a Masters’ and educational credentials from San Francisco State University. The term expires December 31, 2020.