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OEO executive director leaving WSU

Kimberly Anderson, executive director for compliance and the Office for Equal Opportunity, has accepted a position out of state and will leave Washington State University after seven years of service. Following Anderson’s departure, Holly Ashkannejhad, director, will oversee WSU’s OEO and civil rights compliance functions.

“Kim’s passion and commitment to WSU will be greatly missed,” said WSU President Kirk Schulz. “I look forward to working with Holly to continue the great work being done in OEO.”

Please contact the OEO at 509-335-8288 or via email if you would like more information about reporting options or the resources available.

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