Violeta Moser appointed to CPCC Board of Trustees

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Violeta Moser appointed to CPCC Board of Trustees

Violeta Moser

Violeta Moser, executive director of the Latin American Women’s Association of Charlotte, has been appointed to the Central Piedmont Community College Board of Trustees. An appointee of the Charlotte-Mecklenburg School Board, Moser’s four-year term as a CPCC Trustee runs through June 2017.

Moser has directed the Latin American Women’s Association, a non-profit organization that supports the educational advancement of Latinos in the Charlotte region, since 2009. She began her career with Connecticut National Bank and later joined Barclays Bank in North Carolina. Moser moved from banking to H-Option Inc., a multicultural training company, where she worked as a senior training consultant. Prior to her current position, she led FacFind/Remark Inc., a market research company, as a partner and co-owner.

“We are delighted Violeta Moser has been appointed to the CPCC Board of Trustees,” said Ralph Pitts, board chairman. “Violeta understands CPCC’s mission of workforce development and training. She will bring good ideas related to enhancing our student experience and success.”

Moser’s community involvement includes serving on the CMS Foundation Task Force, the executive board of the Community Building Initiative, and the International House board. She and her husband, Bob, reside in Charlotte. They have an adult daughter who is married and lives in Colorado.

“Violeta Moser, with her experience as a banking officer, training consultant, business owner, and education advocate, will bring a unique perspective to the CPCC board,” said CPCC President Dr. Tony Zeiss. “We look forward to gaining Violeta’s insight as the college enters a period of curriculum and facilities growth.”

About CPCC

Central Piedmont Community College is one of the largest community colleges in the Carolinas, offering nearly 300 degree, diploma and certification programs, customized corporate training, market-focused continuing education, and special interest classes. CPCC is academically, financially and geographically accessible to all citizens of Mecklenburg County. In 2002, the National Alliance of Business named CPCC the Community College of the Year for its response to the workforce and technology needs of local employers and job seekers through innovative educational and training strategies. Established in 1963, CPCC is celebrating 50 years of service to Mecklenburg County residents, business and industry.