Highline hosts college president listening session in Federal Way

  • Thursday, December 7, 2017 2:58pm
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As part of its presidential search process, Highline College is hosting several listening sessions to learn what community members are looking for in the college’s next leader.

The public is invited to attend all the sessions, including at 6:30 p.m. Dec. 11 at the Federal Way Public Library, 34200 First Way S.

Highline’s Board of Trustees will use this session to help create the presidential profile, which will outline general duties and desired qualities and characteristics.

The Board of Trustees’ members include: Dan Altmeyer and Bob Roegner, both of Federal Way; Debrena Jackson Gandy, Des Moines; Fred Mendoza, Normandy Park; and Sili Savusa, White Center.

For more information, contact Dr. Patti Rosendahl, prosendahl@highline.edu or 206-592-3200, or Kari Cantey, kcantey@highline.edu or 206-291-8622.

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