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College Possible Oregon welcomes new board chair

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Clark Haass photoCollege Possible Oregon is excited to announce Clark Haass as the new chair of our board of directors. Haass has been on the College Possible Oregon board for more than nine years, most recently serving as vice-chair.

College Possible provides mentoring and support for students from low-income backgrounds, ensuring that they have the resources and inspiration they deserve to succeed in college. Haass’s extensive tenure with the organization, as well as his leadership experience and commitment to education equity, equip him to amplify College Possible’s impact in the community.

“I’m very passionate about seeing college students succeed, and I’m honored to step into the board chair position at College Possible Oregon. I believe that college can open many doors for students—whether it’s an arts or engineering degree, college provides satisfaction and helps you live a choice-filled life.”

About Clark Hass: Clark Haass brings 25 years’ worth of marketing and business development experience to the Oregon board of directors. After working for Idaho’s Extended Systems for eight years, including serving as director of product marketing, he moved to Portland to work for Intel. For the past 22 years, Haass has been with Intel and is currently a managing director in corporate business development. He is eager to bring his knowledge of strategic planning and marketing to the Oregon board. Haass received a bachelor’s and Master of Science in electrical engineering from the University of Wyoming and the University of Washington, respectively, and an MBA from Boise State University.

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