Community College System names two new trustees
CONCORD — A Manchester lawyer and a college professor who lives in Pittsfield have been named trustees of the Community College System of New Hampshire.
Tricia Lucas, a lawyer, is advocacy director for New Futures, a nonprofit organization working to reduce drug and alcohol problems in the state.
She held several legal and senior management positions at the state Department of Health and Human Services and has served on boards associated with the Derryfield School, Leadership New Hampshire, the New Hampshire Child Advocacy Network and the Manchester Office of Youth Services.
Rafael Rojas Jr. is an assistant professor in the Justice Studies Department at Southern New Hampshire University. He taught at the community college level before moving to New Hampshire, with expertise in criminal justice, criminology, and administration of justice.
Rojas is founder and president of the New Hampshire Association of Criminal Justice Educators and serves on the Governor’s Advisory Commission on Latino Affairs.
Lucas earned her law degree from Harvard; Rojas has a doctorate in public administration from the University of Baltimore.
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