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Executive Director for PCC begins Oct. 17

07 October 2016

Pratt Community College is excited to announce the recent hiring of Barry Fisher as the Executive Director of Institutional Advancement and Alumni Relations. A Pratt community member since 1998, Fisher is ready to take on the role of strengthening alumni and community relations as well as initiatives related to college funding, grants, and scholarships.
 
“I was fortunate enough to work for both a solid local financial institution and accounting firm over the past 18 years.” said Fisher, “I’ve had several influential mentors and formed good relationships with community members who share my desire to see PCC flourish.”
 
Fisher received his bachelor’s degree from Fort Hays State University and later went on to receive his masters from the University of Kansas.
 
“We are very excited to have Barry as the new Executive Director. He has a strong background in accounting, trust management, IT, and estate planning.” said Dr. Michael Calvert, PCC President, “He and his family have a passion for PCC and the Pratt Community as a whole.”
 
Fisher is married to Stacey Fisher and has four children, Brett, Brooke, Stephen, and Samuel. In his free time Fisher is a member of the optimist club, the chairman of their essay committee, and coaches youth basketball.  He and his wife have been a huge supporter of PCC athletics and were booster parents for multiple sports.
 
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