Mt. Hood Community College Welcomes Dr. Tina Redd as Vice President of Instruction

July 01, 2024


Mt. Hood Community College (MHCC) proudly announces the appointment of Dr. Tina Redd as the Vice President of Instruction, effective July 15, 2024.

Dr. Redd brings with her a wealth of experience and a steadfast commitment to equity and student success. Throughout her distinguished career spanning 28 years in higher education, she has demonstrated a passion for collaboration and a dedication to enriching the communities she serves.

"Dr. Redd is a visionary leader who aligns perfectly with our mission and values," Mt. Hood Community College President Dr. Lisa Skari said. "Her proven track record of building programs in response to community needs and fostering partnerships both internally and externally will undoubtedly strengthen our school."

Before joining MHCC, Dr. Redd held faculty and administrative positions at esteemed schools including the University of Arkansas, the University of Washington, Portland Community College, Central Oregon Community College, and Yavapai College. Last year, she served as the interim Vice President for Instruction at Clark College in Vancouver, Washington.

With a bachelor's degree in communications from the University of Missouri, a master's degree in English composition and literature from Southern Illinois University, and a doctorate in theatre history and criticism from the University of Washington, Dr. Redd brings a diverse academic background to her new role.

As vice president of instruction, Dr. Redd will play a key role in shaping the academic direction of Mt. Hood Community College and ensuring the success of its students.