Colorado Springs, Colo. – May 22, 2015 – Rob Hudson is appointed dean of the Business, Public Service and Social Sciences (BPS) Division and David Doe is hired as controller and director of Financial Services for Pikes Peak Community College (PPCC).
In his new role as dean, Hudson’s primary duty is to maintain commitment to quality instruction by providing support and leadership to all faculty and staff. He will also convey the policies and procedures of the college and implement them in the BPS division while representing the division to the broader instructional environment.
“Everyone in the BPS Division has an exceptional passion for the success of their students and it shows in the current growth we are experiencing,” said Hudson. “I am very excited to be in a role that supports our college’s mission of student success.”
Hudson has more than 21 years of higher education experience at PPCC, including three years as associate dean of Law, Public Safety and Human Services and 14 years as Culinary Arts faculty and department chair. Prior to that, he was an adjunct instructor for PPCC and UCCS.
Hudson attained his master’s and bachelor’s in Organizational Management, Ashford University and an associate of applied science in Food Service Management, PPCC.
David Doe, in his new role as controller and director of Financial Services for the college, will prepare the financial statements, handle payroll, oversee student accounts and manage the day-to-day financial functions of the college.
“After having taught at the Air Force Academy years ago, I am excited to be back in an academic environment and doing financial work for a college that is making a huge impact in our community,” said Doe.
Previously, Doe spent 26 years in the Air Force. Most recently he was the Director of Financial Management and Comptroller, Air Force Space Command, Peterson Air Force Base. Prior to that he was Chief of Budget for US Air Forces, Ramstein Air Base, Germany and Mission Support Group Commander, Mildenhall Air Base, United Kingdom.
Doe earned his master’s in Business Administration with concentrations in accounting and finance, University of Washington and a bachelor’s in Economics, U.S. Air Force Academy.
Pikes Peak Community College is in its 47th year of operation and has been accredited by the Higher Learning Commission since 1975. It is a two-year college offering 158 associate degrees and various certifications in career and technical fields. With four campuses and two military education centers in El Paso County, PPCC serves approximately 21,000 students annually.