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Jo Crenshaw
Jo Crenshaw
Longtime CCC Foundation member becomes CCC board member (Photo) - 03/27/24

OREGON CITY - Longtime Clackamas Community College Foundation Board Member Jo Crenshaw was appointed to the CCC Board of Education, representing Zone 1, Oregon City, and took her oath of office during the March 20 Board of Education meeting. She is filling the position vacated by the resignation of Chris Groener. 

She has lived in Oregon City for more than 35 years and is a longtime local business owner. Prior to settling in Oregon City, she lived all over the United States working for United Airlines in Chicago, Washington D.C., San Francisco and Portland.

She has served on the Foundation Board since 2001. Along with her dedication to the CCC Foundation, she has served on the McDonalds Operators West Division Region board for three years as well as having served on the LaSalle High School Board and a division leader in Rotary.

“I believe I have a unique perspective that will assist the college in achieving its goals - knowledge, business experience, working with young people and the community,” Crenshaw said. “As a business owner, I am connected with the community. I enjoy people and have been working toward involving all.”

Crenshaw attended the historically black junior college Lemoyne Owen College in Memphis on scholarship and graduated with a bachelor of science in business management and international business from California State University, East Bay.

“Jo has a long-running dedication and passion for Clackamas Community College and the community. We are privileged to have her serve our college and our students,” CCC President Tim Cook said.

Crenshaw enjoys hiking and walking in her free time, including completing two marathons and hiking the Grand Canyon.

Crenshaw will hold office until June 30, 2025, and will be eligible to run to fill the remaining two years of the term in the May 2025 election.


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