At Wright-Patterson, Devillier oversaw logistics operations, along with engineering, medical, communication, security and employees relations duties, among other responsibilities. He was also previously served as a special assistant for general flag officer matters for the U.S. Air Force at the Pentagon in Arlington, Va.
Clark State President Jo Alice Blondin said his 30 years of human resource experience will be a good fit in his new role. As chief financial officer, he will also be responsible for providing business advice to Blondin and the college’s Board Finance and Facilities Committee.
“Clark State worked closely with him during his tenure as the 88th Air Base Wing and Installation Commander at WPAFB, and now we are extremely fortunate to welcome him to Clark State Community College as our vice president for Business Affairs,” Blondin said.