Centralia resident Doris Wood-Brumsickle has been appointed by Gov. Jay Inslee to once again serve on the Centralia College Board of Trustees.

The board oversees the general management of Centralia College and establishes and reviews policies.

“The Board also sets the college's strategic direction, approves budgets, and represents the public interest and functions to ensure the basic fiscal integrity of the college,” according to information from the Governor’s Office.

All five members of the board are appointed by the governor. To qualify, trustees must be a qualified elector and resident of the college district. Members cannot be employees of the community and technical college system, nor can they be a member of the board of directors for another school district, or a member of the governing body of a private or public educational institution.

“The governor shall give consideration to geographical diversity, and representing labor,  business, women, and racial and ethnic minorities,” according to the Governor’s Office. 

The appointment of Wood-Brumsickle was made in October. 

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