Adriana Ghan is the Program Manager for the Health e-Workforce Consortium for Clark College in Vancouver, Washington. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Secondary Education and English Literature from Seattle Pacific University and a Master of Science in Educational Counseling with a Specialization in Student Development in Higher Education from Central Connecticut State University. She has worked in several departments in higher education including the Office of the Vice President of Student Affairs and the Learning Center at Central Connecticut State University. She was most recently the Instructional Support Student Navigator for the Health e-Workforce Consortium at Clark College.
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