Linda Clark-Santos, Ph. D., has recently retired from her position as Senior Vice-President, Talent and Organizational Capability, at Washington Mutual. Prior to this assignment, she held similar positions at Starbucks Coffee Company, H-E-B Grocery Company, and H. J. Heinz/Ore-Ida Foods. In addition, she served as the Dean of Continuing Education at Central Washington University. Early in her career, Linda spent a number of years in public education as a school teacher and university faculty member.
At Washington Mutual, she was responsible for leadership, diversity, and university recruitment; organizational learning and development; talent management and succession planning; leadership and executive development; and human resources communication.
She holds an undergraduate degree in English from Oregon State University, a Master's degree in English and secondary education from Boise State University, and Ph.D. in educational administration from the University of Idaho.
She currently resides in Idaho.
Dear Campus Community, November is the month of giving. I hope you will join me in celebrating and p2014 Distinguished Alumna Julia Christophersen
Six Central Washington University graduates who exemplify the Wildcat spirit were recognized at theCWU Business Associate Professor, James Avey, Keynote Address 2014 Convocation
CWU Business Associate Professor, James Avey, gave a motivational keynote address at the annual CWU