Albert Lewis, Jr. currently serves as the Vice President of Economic and Workforce Development for Bellevue College and has been with the college since 2015. Under his leadership are the Center of Excellence for Information and Computing Technology, Occupational Life Skills, Pacific Northwest College Credit and Tombolo Institute\Community Education. Under his leadership the college was awarded the Job Creation and Workforce Development sponsored by Seattle Magazine.
Before coming to BC, Lewis served in leadership roles in Illinois and Ohio. Prior to a career in higher education, Lewis spent time in broadcasting, organizational development consulting and was a newspaper publisher.
Lewis received a B.A. in Communications from Marshall University in West Virginia, where he also played football. He received a Master’s in Educational Administration from the University of Akron and is currently completing a doctorate in Industrial and Organizational Psychology at Grand Canyon University.