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Dr. Debra Friedman

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Phone: (253) ***-****  
University of Washington
1959 NE Pacific Ave. HSB K-081, Box 357470
Seattle , Washington 98195
United States

Company Description: Founded in 1861, the University of Washington is one of the oldest state-supported institutions of higher education on the Pacific coast. The Seattle-based...   more

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  • doctoral degree , sociology
  • master's Degree , sociology
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TACOMA, WASH. - University of ..., 16 Feb 2014 [cached]
TACOMA, WASH. - University of Washington Tacoma Chancellor Debra Friedman, a visionary leader dedicated to expanding access to higher education, died on Sunday, January 26, 2014. She was 58.
In his message to the campus community, UW President Michael K. Young called Friedman "a true daughter of the University of Washington.
Peter Pentescu, president of the Associated Students of UW Tacoma, posted, "Debra Friedman was one of the most intelligent, dedicated people I've ever had the privilege of knowing.
Legal Services - [cached]
Debra Friedman, a senior administrator at the University of Washington, has been named dean of the Arizona State University College of Public Programs.
Friedman, who has been at Washington since 1994, is currently director of special projects, development and alumni relations.Prior to that, she served as associate provost for academic planning (1998-2003) and associate and assistant dean, office of undergraduate education (1994-1997).
Since 1995 she has also been affiliate associate professor of public affairs and sociology at Washington.
Dr. Debra Friedman Joins Board of Directors > News > The Greater Tacoma Community Foundation, 1 Mar 2012 [cached]
Dr. Debra Friedman Joins Board of Directors
Dr. Debra Friedman Joins Board of Directors Thursday, March 1, 2012
Chancellor of UW Tacoma brings proven track record of success to the organization Tacoma, WA: The Greater Tacoma Community Foundation, one of the region's leading philanthropic organizations, today announced the appointment of Dr. Debra Friedman to its Board of Directors.
"We are pleased to add Dr. Friedman as a member of our Board of Directors," said Rose Lincoln Hamilton, President and CEO.
Dr. Debra Friedman joined UW Tacoma as chancellor and professor of Urban Studies on July 1, 2011. In this position, Friedman guides UW Tacoma's development into one of the premier urban-serving universities in the country.
"This community has created and nurtured the University of Washington Tacoma to help it become what it is today," said Chancellor Friedman. "Its history, emerging from the concerted efforts of a group of citizens, elected officials, community and business leaders, makes it forever the people's university, a public university in the truest sense of the word 'public.' I am pleased to be deepening my engagement to the community that has supported UWT by joining the Board of Directors of The Greater Tacoma Community Foundation."
Prior to joining UW Tacoma, Friedman served as vice president at Arizona State University's downtown Phoenix campus and dean of the ASU College of Public Programs. While in Phoenix, Friedman mobilized a community advisory board of influential and highly visible leaders and served on many councils and organizations, including the Greater Phoenix Economic Council, the Heard Museum and the Downtown Phoenix Partnership.
She has taught at the Universities of Iowa and Arizona and held a variety of administrative positions at the University of Washington Seattle, including associate provost for academic planning and associate dean for undergraduate education.
Friedman holds both master's and doctoral degrees from the University of Washington in Sociology. She has published a book and numerous scholarly articles, and has been a visiting scholar at the Russell Sage Foundation (NYC), the Hoover Institution at Stanford, and the Australian National University. She is a Seattle native.
Dr. Friedman will serve on the Community Foundation's Investment committee.
Board of Regents | Downtown Voices Coalition, 8 April 2015 [cached]
Debra Friedman, ASU [Source: Jahna Berry, Arizona Republic] - Arizona State University is tapping a new leader for a powerful post within its high-profile downtown Phoenix campus. Debra Friedman, 52, the dean of the College of Public Programs, is likely to become the new public face for the downtown campus. The Arizona Board of Regents could vote on the change as early as March, Friedman said. If regents approve the change, Friedman will become the vice president of the campus and an influential figure in downtown Phoenix development.
Tags: Arizona Republic, ASU, Board of Regents, Debra Friedman, Downtown Phoenix, Jahna Berry, Mernoy Harrison
DEBRA ... [cached]
Interim University of Washington (UW) President Phyllis Wise has announced the selection of Debra Friedman as chancellor for the UW Tacoma, effective July 1.
Friedman has been dean of the College of Public Programs and professor of public affairs at Arizona State University (ASU) since 2005. Since 2008, she also has served as university vice president at ASU, responsible for its Downtown Phoenix campus. Friedman holds her master's and Ph.D. degrees from the UW in sociology. She worked at the UW from 1994 to 2005: As assistant dean (1994-5) and associate dean (1995-7) of Undergraduate Education, associate provost for academic planning (1998-2003) and director of special projects in development and alumni relations (2003-5).
Friedman served as the chief administrator of the Downtown Phoenix campus, ASU's newest, which serves more than 8,000 students. She has served on many major councils and organizations in Phoenix, including the Greater Phoenix Economic Council, the Heard Museum and the Downtown Phoenix Partnership.
As dean of the ASU College of Public Programs, Friedman led the relocation of the college to downtown, refined its vision and strategic plan and secured new funds for the college. She mobilized a community advisory board of influential and highly-visible leaders.
Friedman represents ASU in Urban Serving Universities, a national group that advances urban universities' agenda in Washington, D.C. In 2008, Friedman accepted on behalf of ASU the C. Peter Magrath/W.K Kellogg Community Engagement regional award for the partnership between ASU Downtown Phoenix campus and the City of Phoenix, presented by the Association of Public and Land-grant Universities.
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