David Doré has served as President of Pima Community College Northwest Campus and Downtown Campus since 2014 and currently serves as Campus President and Vice Chancellor of Economic and Workforce Development over Downtown, Northwest and Community campuses. Prior to serving at PCC, David was an administrator with the Maricopa Community College District (Mesa Community College) and the San Francisco Community College District, preceded by two decades as a faculty member at the secondary, community college and university levels in Philadelphia and California. A first-generation college student, David earned a doctorate from Pepperdine University, a Master of Business Administration from Georgetown University, a Master of Education from Boston College, a Master of Theological Studies from Santa Clara University (JSTB), a Licentiate of Philosophy from Gonzaga University, and a Bachelor of Arts from Gannon University in Erie, PA.
David is active in community service and has served on numerous community and nonprofit boards. He presently serves as Chair of the Board of Trustees of Northwest Medical Center in Tucson, Arizona, Commissioner of the Metropolitan Education Commission in Tucson, Arizona, Chair of the Education Committee for the Marana Chamber of Commerce in Marana, Arizona, member of the American Association of Community College’s Sustainability Taskforce, member of the Pima County Workforce Investment Board, and previously as a Commissioner for the AACC’s Commission on Workforce and Economic Development. Most recently, David completed the Aspen Presidential Fellowship for Community College Excellence. David lives in Tucson with his spouse (Chauncey Roach).