A Phoenix resident and Air Force veteran has been elected to the Park University Board of Trustees.
Timothy Pachasa, former operations superintendent for the Air Force, is a Park alumnus, having earned his bachelor’s degree in management from Park and is working toward his master’s degree in management and leadership.
Park, based out of Parkville, Missouri, has 41 campuses in 22 states, including a campus in Gilbert that opened in 2018.
Pachasa is the founder, chief executive officer and host of CAPE Lead, a leadership-centric podcast based in Phoenix that he started in 2018. He also is director of arsenal operations for Black Rifle Coffee Co., in San Antonio.
Previously, Pachasa was the president of the Tactical Air Control Party Association, which provides support to U.S. Air Force TACPs.
Pachasa served nearly 25 years in the Air Force, including stints as the command chief master sergeant for the 386th Air Expeditionary Wing in western Asia and 305th Air Mobility Wing at Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, N.J.
The Park Board of Trustees also elected Terry Calaway, a former community college president from Lenexa, Kansas, and Scott Jackman, a business executive from Weatherby Lake, Missouri, to serve on the board.
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