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CLC President Hara Charlier's vision

Hara Charlier, Central Lakes College president, will discuss her vision for meeting the needs of CLC's future through collaboration with faculty, staff, students and key community partnerships from 1:30-3:30 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 14, at Heartwood Senior Living in Crosby.

The event is sponsored by Lakes Area Unlimited Learning. Everyone is welcome. Cost for nonmembers is $5.

Charlier joined Central Lakes College in July 2016 as the new president. She has a science background and most recently worked for Virginia Highlands Community College. Her experience as an instructor, dean and interim vice president at several rural community colleges in Virginia and Ohio prepared her for CLC and the Brainerd area.