Scott Ewing Named CCS Foundation Volunteer of the Year
Posted: 5/5/2015 2:03:05 PM

Scott Ewing has been named Community Colleges of Spokane Foundation’s 2015 Volunteer of the Year. Foundation Executive Director Tony Higley made the announcement at the CCS Board of Trustees meeting on April 28.

“The efforts of volunteers like Scott enable the Community Colleges of Spokane to remain responsive to the needs of business and industry and to provide access to critical educational opportunities for residents of our region. We are pleased to honor Scott Ewing with the 2015 Volunteer of the Year award,” Higley noted.

Ewing is in his eighth year of a second term on the foundation board and is currently serving as board president. Previously, Ewing served a nine-year term on the board, including several years as treasurer. During his tenure, Ewing has served on nearly every board sub-committee, including Touch the Future, Facilities, Legacy, Advancement and Board Relations. He has been involved in raising funds for a variety of college and foundation projects, including the Magnuson Building, the Avista Center for Entrepreneurship and the SFCC Planetarium.

Ewing is a graduate of Gonzaga University and recently retired as a Certified Public Accountant and partner from the accounting firm Moss Adams.

About the CCS Foundation

Since its inception in 1972, the foundation has been committed to supporting the Community Colleges of Spokane and its students. The foundation’s core priorities are providing scholarships and program support while pursuing new opportunities and initiatives to improve educational access and enhance programs and services at Spokane Community College and Spokane Falls Community College.


Note: Photo shows CCS Foundation Executive Director Tony Higley (left) and Scott Ewing

Posted: 5/5/2015 2:03:05 PM by Global Administrator
Tags: CCS, Foundation, PressRelease
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