A native Iowan, Dr. Roger Yohe has been the Vice President of Academic Affairs at Palm Beach State College since 2016. His career in higher education began as a faculty member and administrator at the Maricopa Community College District in 1990. He graduated with this B.A. from the University of Northern Iowa and began his educational career by teaching business subjects and coaching at two Iowa high schools, and creating computer programs for each school district. He earned his masters and doctorate degrees from Arizona State University while serving as a graduate teaching and research assistant in the Education Media and Computers and Educational Leadership programs. Dr. Yohe has taught at the middle school, secondary, undergraduate and graduate levels and is an advocate for effective technology use in Arizona's schools. Dr. Yohe was a founding board member of the Arizona Technology in Education Association and the founding Director for the Center for Teaching and Learning at Estrella Mountain Community College. He currently serves as the Vice President of Academic Innovation and Strategy at Palm Beach State College, one of the largest state colleges in Florida that serves 33,000 students.