The world of work is being shaped by seismic technological, economic and demographic forces. Chancellor Lee D. Lambert outlines how Pima Community College initiatives are propelling economic development in Pima County while training workers for jobs that pay family-sustaining wages in high-tech sectors of the economy.
Lee Lambert ~ Biography
Lee D. Lambert, J.D., has been Chancellor of Pima Community College since July 2013.
Chancellor Lambert has long held that community colleges such as Pima are uniquely positioned to address systemic educational and economic inequity.
Throughout his community college career, he has been an innovator in connecting industry and community colleges in order to revitalize communities through educational opportunity in an age marked by rapid technological and demographic change.

A graduate of The Evergreen State College in Olympia, Wash., Chancellor Lambert appreciates the lifelong value that a Liberal Arts education provides for thousands of our students.
Chancellor Lambert received a Juris Doctor degree from Seattle University School of Law and a bachelor’s degree in Liberal Arts from Evergreen. 
Chancellor Lambert is a U.S. Army veteran. He was born in Seoul, South Korea and grew up on three continents.
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