George Gamble is a cultural anthropologist retired from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill where he worked mainly in public health and medical research. He completed his BA at Long Island University in New York and his PhD at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. In the midst of his education George served in the Peace Corps in Gabon, Africa where he was a member of a team that built schools and teacher housing in the rural areas of the county. A Santa Fe resident since 2005, George served on the Santa Fe County Health Policy and Planning Board, has tutored in the public schools and has been active in supporting public education. George is also a woodworker who has learned much from SFCC Fine Woodworking classes.
*Under the provisions of the Learning Center Act [21-16A NMSA 1978], the members of the SFCC Governing Board also serve as members of the Learning Center District Board. The LC District Board is a separate entity responsible for overseeing Higher Education Center (HEC) operations and contracting with higher education institutions to offer accredited educational programs and services.