Introducing the Chair
David Siguenza is a non-traditional graduate of Pueblo Community College and has chosen to continue representing PCC in a positive manner by accepting the position of Chair of the PCC Alumni Association.
David graduated from PCC in 2011 with honors, receiving dual degrees; an Associate of General Studies in Accounting and an Associate of Arts in Business Management. He also earned a Certificate in Customer Service. David is currently working on an MBA from Colorado State University-Pueblo, where the unique BSBA/MBA or BS-CIS/MBA programs allow qualified students to concurrently earn both a BSBA and an MBA. He is also actively engaged in the community of Pueblo serving various organizations.
During his time at PCC, David was actively engaged in organizations on campus, such as TRiO (Student Support Services), and the Alpha Rho Theta Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa. In addition, he took pride in representing PCC as a Student Ambassador. In these various roles, David enjoyed assisting students serving as a leader and mentor.
David is enthusiastic about supporting current PCC students in their endeavors to complete their degrees and optimistic that after they graduate they will become members of the PCC Alumni Association.
Whether it’s “fund”-raising or “friend”-raising, the newly organized Alumni Association serves all campuses by keeping alumni, donors and other friends connected to the College.
We plan to support new projects that will affect a wide range of students in many different and important ways. Our organization invites all of you...young, old, male, female, married or single, graduate or friend of the College...to join us and be part of something important. Your investment will have a direct impact on our students’ lives and reward you with a feeling of accomplishment.
Some of the Alumni Association’s activities are the Distinguished Alumni Award, Legacy Magazine updates, and the Graduate Recognition Award.