Denesiuk retains vice chair role

Connie Denesiuk of Summerland has been appointed to her second term as vice chair of Okanagan College’s Board of Governors.

Connie Denesiuk of Summerland has been appointed to her second term as vice chair of Okanagan College’s Board of Governors.

Tom Styffe will return as chair of the board.

Denesiuk joined the board in 2012 after serving as the president of the B.C. School Trustees Association for three years.

She also spent 19 years as a school trustee, including nine as the chair of the Okanagan Skaha School Board.

Denesiuk said the college’s board is now working on a significant construction project.

“It’s a very exciting place to be at this time,” she said. “We want to ensure that we will do a lot to equip the next generation.”

The chair and vice chair positions are for one year.

 

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