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Wednesday, July 17th, 2019

Q&A: William Serrata, president, El Paso Community College

El Paso Community College President William Serrata has spent the last seven years overseeing the college during a time of growth for both … Read more

Q&A: Brig. Gen. Laura Yeager, commander, Joint Task Force North

Brig. Gen. Laura Yeager has seen a lot in her 30-plus years in the military, including a couple of stops at Fort Bliss. Yeager, 54, took co… Read more

Q&A: Dennece Knight, executive director, University Medical Center Foundation

Who likes asking people for money? Not everybody, but Dennece Knight does. She’s very good at it, and she’s been at it in one way or anothe… Read more

Q&A: Xavier De La Torre, superintendent, Ysleta Independent School District

Xavier De La Torre is outpacing the average four-year tenure for a Texas superintendent. He’s been at the helm of the Ysleta Independent Sc… Read more

Q&A: Elaine Molinar, lead architect, El Paso Children’s Museum

The El Paso Children’s Museum will be the first project of its kind for Elaine Molinar and the Snøhetta architectural firm she helped start… Read more

Q&A: Diana Natalicio, outgoing UTEP president

UTEP President Diana Natalicio has led an improbable life. Read more

Q&A: Tommy Gonzalez, El Paso city manager

Over the nearly five years Tommy Gonzalez has been El Paso city manager, he has made it clear he intends to leave his mark on City Hall. Read more

Q&A: Alan Ledford, president, Mountainstar Sports Group

Alan Ledford grew up on a pear farm. Read more

Q&A: Steve Marshall, director, El Paso Zoo

“This zoo is going places,” says El Paso Zoo Director Steve Marshall. Read more

Q&A: Stephanie Woods, dean, Gayle Greve Hunt School of Nursing

Stephanie Woods remembers reading a children’s book called Nurse Nancy when she was a kid. It came with Band-Aids, and she’d put them on he… Read more

Q&A: Barry Rassin, president, Rotary International

Barry Rassin heads an organization with 1.2 million members and 35,000 clubs in more than 200 countries. Read more

7Qs with Texas Tech Chancellor Tedd Mitchell

Three months into the job, the new leader of the Texas Tech University System faces his first major challenge: securing funding for a new v… Read more

Q&A: Joe Pickett, El Paso’s longest-serving state legislator

It’s been 24 years since El Paso was without the services of Joe Pickett as a go-to member of the Texas House of Representatives. Read more

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