Community members selected to help in Highline president search

Eight members of the South King County community have agreed to serve on a subcommittee to help in the search to replace Dr. Jack Bermingham, who retired earlier this year as Highline College president. During a special public meeting held Tuesday on campus, the college’s Board of Trustees approved the following members:

— Luisa Bangs, Port of Seattle

— Dr. Tammy Campbell, Federal Way Public Schools

— Roxana Garcia, South King Council of Human Services

— Hugo Garcia, Craft3

— Dr. Steve Grubb, Highline Public Schools

— Rebecca Martin, Federal Way Chamber of Commerce

— Melissa Ponder, Mel Ponder Photographer and Human Rights Commission

— Michael Vendiola, National Indian Education Association and Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction

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