Kathleen Ross

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Kathleen Ross, SNJM is founding president of Heritage University.[1][2][3]

She graduated from Fort Wright College with a B.A., from Georgetown University with a M.A., and from the Claremont Graduate School with a Ph.D., where she studied with Peter Drucker and Howard Bowen. She is the 2011 CGU Distinguished Alumni Award Recipient.[4]

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  • 2010 Henry Paley Memorial Award [5]
  • 1995 Washington State Medal of Merit award
  • 1997 MacArthur Fellows Program
  • 1989 Harold McGraw Prize in education
  • 1991 John Caroll Award, by Georgetown University

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